DATE Thursday 5 November 2020
VENUE The Nottingham Belfry Hotel, NG8 6PY
OFFER Book 3 or more places to receive a 10% discount
Our annual conference is a recognised industry date for your diary. In a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, this event delivers an impressive line up of regulatory and industry speakers and a comprehensive mix of delegates and exhibitors.
The CCTA Protect Access to Responsible Credit (PARC) campaign has been embedded in the fabric of our messaging for over four years. Our overarching goal is to safeguard access to legitimate, regulated responsible sources of credit, provided by a healthy mix of both social and commercial lenders.
We are, and have long been, the only industry trade association willing to recognise and embrace the fact that taking this argument to the media and politicians is a necessity, not a luxury.
Following over three years of political flux, the 2020 general election provided a welcome stable UK government. However, whilst we were in the eye of the Brexit storm, the credit arena came under siege from over-zealous FCA regulation and over-confident FOS dispute resolution management.
An entrenched lack of sympathy for high cost lenders has been exacerbated by under-supervised campaign groups and now, more than ever, the industry needs to take advantage of a new dawn wand a unique opportunity to push back detractors and create room for commercial manoeuvre.
Should we expect business as usual, or work with renewed vigour for a change in attitude towards our maligned industry, and increased opportunities for the essential services we offer?
Looking for a fresh way of seeing? Join us to find out how the year has gone. Where we came from, where we are, and where we are going.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Credit grantors and brokers, and all other firms operating under the FCA regime, CEO’s, risk directors, proposed/approved persons and senior managers.
Morning – 9.30 a.m. networking breakfast and registration. The morning will provide an industry overview, formatted around individual presentations and panel sessions. Speakers will include high level representatives covering regulation, the legal sector, and the economy.
Aternoon – Following a networking lunch, the afternoon will split into sessions. Each will include a variety of relevant industry experts from consumer credit and a wider business landscape. There will be open panel discussions, and a final summary with an additional Q & A opportunity before the event closes at approx. 4.50 p.m