The September release of The Parliamentary Review has been used as an example of best practice and innovation in the political and business world. With chairmen Lord Blunkett and Lord Pickles introducing this year’s Review, alongside prime minister Theresa May, select organisations from across the country will be featured as leaders in their field, offering advice for businesses and educators both old and new.
Based in Stoke-on-Trent, Advantis is a leading UK debt collection agency that was established in 2004, offering contingency collections and trace and collect services to over 40 blue chip clients in the public sector, as well as the water, energy, telecoms, financial services, and insurance industries. They describe their company, the sector in which they operate, and the importance for innovation in this year’s Review.
The financial services sector has seen its fair share of uncertainty over the past couple of years, but it nonetheless remains stalwart and robust. In this year’s edition of The Parliamentary Review, notable firms from within the industry discuss GDPR, new financial legislation and the move towards leaving the European Union.
Lord Pickles the co-chairman of The Parliamentary Review, has noted that given the current political climate in British politics, “it has never been more important for government to hear the views of businesses and the public sector in a constructive forum” and there are “no other platforms that can achieve this as well as The Parliamentary Review.”
Writing in The Review, the prime minister says that “British politics provides ample material for analysis in the pages of The Parliamentary Review.”
Mark Webb, Advantis CEO, commented “We are extremely honoured and proud that Advantis has been invited to participate in this year’s Parliamentary Review on Finance. This is an exceptional publication and highlights the importance of the vital role Advantis plays in the UK economy.”
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