Plimsoll issues study into debt collection agencies

February 2005
Credit Control;2005, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p42
Trade Publication
This article reports that a new report by industry analysts Plimsoll Publishing Ltd. examines the Great Britain debt collection industry and the top 256 companies within it. Aimed at the non-accountant, the analysis moves away from the traditional method of benchmarking company performance against the industry average. Instead, it stresses the importance of looking at the leaders in the industry from whom the most can be learned. The report lays out the facts and figures on each of the Great Britain's top debt collection companies so that the winners and losers in the industry can be easily identified.


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