This year you’ll have the opportunity to hear from (and to question) senior representatives of regulators, decision makers from the creditor community and members of the free advice sector, who scrutinise our every move
We are now pretty sure that, sometime this week, we will see the long-awaited revised Debt Management Guidance from the Office of Fair Trading.
If so, there will be a 12 week statutory consultation. By early September, the future regulatory framework for the work our organisations do will be pretty much fixed.
So, if you want to know just what that will mean to you – and the likely effect other changes (to debt and credit regulation and even, possibly, the way tools like debt management plans and IVAs actually work) then you’d better come to the DRF annual conference on Tuesday 27 September.
We’ve always said our conference is the debt resolution event of the year – and capacity audiences seem to agree – but this year, we’d say, it’s the must-attend event of the decade.
Our industry is going to change hugely over the next one to two years and if you want to hear from the people who are driving that change then you need to be at the Manchester Conference Centre on 27 September.
This year you’ll have the opportunity to hear from (and to question) senior representatives of regulators, decision makers from the creditor community and members of the free advice sector, who scrutinise our every move. And, of course, you’ll hear from your trade association as well – and we’ll be announcing important developments that. We believe, will help us all grow and thrive in the years to come.
But, we don’t want to wait until September until we get your views on things. So, we are also launching a members-only forum on our website that will enable us all to, privately, debate the issues that are critical to our commercial futures and ensure DRF takes these into account when it respoinds to government on your behalf.
Just as we believe it’s critical you make Tuesday 27 September a red-letter day in your diary, so we think it’s vital your voice is heard on all the issues that will be raised by the OFT and others in coming week.
Please come to the conference – and please take part in the forum.
To book your place for this year’s conference, please call 0161 968 6823 or download your booking form here.
To join our online forum, please click here.