Getting the facts straight

Berkley, Leigh
May 2009
Credit Management;May2009, p24
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the debt sale and purchase condition in Great Britain amidst the financial crisis. It mentions the efforts of the Debt Buyers and Seller's Group (DBSG) in disseminating debt information and the issue of debt selling. However, it elucidates the misinterpretation of the said measures, particularly in banks and lending institutions. Furthermore, the significance of debt selling is also highlighted.


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