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ACDBA 2017 Debt Forum

The ACDBA 2017 Debt Forum is in Sydney on Tuesday 21 and Wednesday 22 March 2017 at Doltone House - Hyde Park. The event program including registration details has been released. Click here to check out the sessions and speakers addressing contemporary issues for ACDBA members and others in the Collections industry including banks, financiers, regulators and consumer representatives. Register online here. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. regarding exhibiting at the Forum.

ACDBA Appoints CMC

The Australian Collectors and Debt Buyers Association (ACDBA), which launched a Code of Practice compulsory for all its members in March has now established a Code Compliance Monitoring Committee (CMC) to investigate alleged breaches of and to monitor compliance by Subscribers to the Code.

At the ACDBA 2016 Debt Forum in Sydney on 16 March 2016, ACDBA launched its Code of Practice which is binding upon all members as a condition of ongoing membership.

Click here to download a copy of the ACDBA Code of Practice.

 

National Hardship Register launched to protect vulnerable consumers

The Australian Collectors and Debt Buyers Association (ACDBA), in a joint initiative with the financial counselling sector, has launched the National Hardship Register (NHR) to help address the issue of long-term and severe financial hardship faced by a number of vulnerable consumers.