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stevensdrake named as a Finalist for 'Best Law Firm for Collections'

Posted
April 18, 2017

Crawley based lawyers, stevensdrake, have been shortlisted for ‘Best Law Firm for Collections’ by the Credit industry’s largest and most prestigious awards event, The Credit Awards.

The independently judged awards are designed to reward best practice, compliance, and innovation across the credit industry.

Harry Tumber, Head of Collections at stevensdrake, said: “We are honoured to have been shortlisted in the Collections category at the 2017 Credit Awards. This is a testament to the dedication and hard work of our highly-experienced team, who are determined to deliver outstanding service and fair outcomes to customers combined with excellent collections performance for our clients. 2016 saw us deploy revamped strategies, providing customers with more information about the process, earlier, instead of taking the traditionally abrupt approach of simply serving an LBA. This exemplifies our commitment to a higher standard of collections conduct and has resulted in regular commendations for achieving positive outcomes for our client's most difficult cases.”

stevensdrake has been collecting debt portfolios for in excess of 40 years on behalf of a number of household name creditors for whom brand protection is vital. Their experience spans a wide range of debt types including consumer and commercial loans, credit cards, asset finance and motor finance.

The Credit Awards, now in its 18th year, is hosted by independent publication Credit Strategy and takes place in London on May 11th, when the team at stevensdrake will learn if they are to be crowned the overall winners.

http://www.creditawards.co.uk/winners/finalists2017

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