Andrew Pritchard, Arum’s Managing Director, has been inducted into the Credit 500 Hall of Fame, which recognises and champions individuals who shape strategy and conduct across consumer and commercial credit.
Andrew joins Jamie Waller, Arum’s Chairman, who is already a member of this influential group.
Credit Strategy determines the list through their own research about senior individuals in the credit industry, as well as interviews, meetings, conference speeches, award entries, press releases, conference presentations, LinkedIn updates, news articles and they also receive nominations from individuals across the industry.
Andrew commented: “I am proud to be joining such an esteemed group which comprises the pioneers and thought leaders of the credit industry. The fact that both Jamie and I are members of the Credit 500 demonstrates that Arum is leading the way in collections and recoveries, and we are pleased to continue to share our expert knowledge with our clients.”
Arum is the only truly independent company offering services across the credit management lifecycle.
We have over 20 years’ experience helping our clients achieve their strategic objectives by improving their regulatory, credit risk and portfolio performance, whilst maximising returns on their technology investments. We provide a blend of professional services, consulting and unrivalled knowledge of the collections & recoveries software landscape, including benchmarking analysis across 30+ system vendors.
Our team includes highly experienced operational and program directors, project delivery leads and implementation experts, the majority of whom started their careers within the financial services sector working for major banks and software houses, with a passion for sharing their knowledge and expertise.
Headquartered in the UK and with clients spanning more than 20 countries worldwide, we work across financial services, utility companies, telcos, public sector, and the debt purchase and recovery industries.
Hannah Woodward, Marketing & PR Manager