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Credit Control Journal and Asset & Risk Review is one of the world's leading research journals dedicated to the advancement of asset risk management, credit analysis and corporate and consumer risk.


Now in its 35th year of publication, Credit Control Journal and Asset & Risk Review is truly interdisciplinary and international in its approach.


Each issue of the Journal provides subscribers with practical illustrations as well as theoretical analysis and empirical studies on the development of credit risk, asset management, legal issues, accountancy and finance, and IT solutions, all of which which they can quote with confidence to their Board of Directors.


The Journal is published monthly by academic publishers, House of Words Ltd.




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Change Matters The State of IT Changes

The Netwrix 2014 State of IT Changes survey revealed that 57% of IT

professionals have made undocumented changes to their IT systems that no one else knows about.

The Zero-Day Challenge

The threat posted by Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) techniques is growing, and research shows that organizations need to rethink their security models.


Mobile Voice Recording: Meeting the Challenge

New requirements to record mobile phone conversations relating to trading transactions are giving the industry a lot to think about. With compliance officers personally liable if an audit reveals a trading transgression, and record fines within the last year, the industry is focusing attention on the critical subject of compliance.


Data Security: Encrypting the World

Data theft, data leakage, malware, security breach, hacked, lost device all things an executive never wants to hear in association with their organization.


The Pitfalls of DIY Business File Transfers
IT managers are under constant pressure to gain control of the way information flows into and out of their organization from systematic file transfers to data movement and casual file transfers.


O Brave New World - A Beginners Guide to FCA Regulation

In April, the Financial Conduct Authority (took over the regulation of consumer credit from the Office of Fair Trading, leading to to a fair amount of confusion about who will be affected by the new rules.




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