AICDP is continually looking to deliver thought leadership in the development of International Credit and Collection Management. Our training solutions are cutting edge or state of the art and our events are innovative and relevant.
We have recently gone through an exciting period of growth and taken the opportunity to restructure our Executive Committee to enhance the AICDP offering and ensure that we have the right people in the position to take AICDP to the next level. Going forward our structure will be:
President – Bill Dunlop
Chairman – Ian Chambers
Vice-Chair – Mark Preston
Bill as founder and President will continue to lead AICDP and Ian and Mark will work together with Bill to continue the strategic development and growth of AICDP.
Association of International Credit Directors and Professionals (AICDP) are delighted to announce that our application for Membership of the British Chamber of Commerce in Slovakia has been approved by its Board of Directors
AICDP are committed to raising standards and sharing best practice in the UK, Central & Eastern Europe and beyond and our membership helps us to achieve this objective. The knowledge and expertise of the AICD members is world class and more importantly, the unity of the members in the common belief to drive our profession to the next level in education, operational excellence, and designing the competencies of a successful credit professional will be the foundations of its continued success.
The British Chamber of Commerce in the Slovak Republic (BCCSR) is a non-profit organisation dedicated to creating and developing business relationships between the United Kingdom and the Slovak Republic. The BCCSR works diligently to forge new opportunities both foreign and domestic for its members while delivering events, building connections, and offering marketing solutions.
The British Chamber provides an ideal network for business people to facilitate dialogue and thus create opportunities for cooperative business ventures throughout Slovakia. The BCCSR is comprised of almost 120 corporations, small businesses, mid-sized companies, individual members, and entrepreneurs representing the majority of business sectors within Central and Eastern Europe.
The British Chamber maintains a special interest in Public Affairs, Legal Services, and Tax Development. As such, it regularly hosts events highlighting these key points of interest including workshops, seminars, and conferences. Other popular events include social, networking, and sporting events.”
John Baron, Director, CEE – Association of International Credit Directors and Professionals said “We are delighted our application for membership has been approved and look forward to working closely with the Chamber”.