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11 December - Virtual
10am - 1pm
Thank you to NEC Software Solutions for sponsorship of this webinar.
Debt management is everywhere we look, from how we collect revenue to how we support the most vulnerable people in society. This seminar will include a session on the merging together of districts and county councils into a single unitary council with the challenges of consolidating differing debt strategies and the political and social considerations at play. Followed by that, we will be discussing the pressures to deliver vital services against ever tightening budgets and how Birmingham is approaching debt collection in light of their S114 notice. Finally, we'll take a look ahead to the next five years for those in poverty and what those in Government (both Central and Local) can do about it, while offering a critique on the policies of the three main political parties as we move into an election year and how they will impact on those in need.
Consolidating Debt Strategies in a New Unitary Council
Clive Jones, Head of Revenues & Benefits, Buckinghamshire Council
Revenue Collection in a World of S114 Notices
Jonathan Woodward, Head of Revenues, Birmingham City Council
The Cost of Living and Debt - Living on the Brink
David Magor, Consultant
This is a free sponsored event.
The course starts at 10am and finsihes approx. 1pm.
This is a free sponsored event.
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