What’s been the impact of Welfare Reform in Scotland and what effects have we still to see?
How can Local Authorities use improved management information, customer profiling data and collection performance intelligence to improve recoveries?
What are the current trends in commercial insolvencies, forthcoming changes in the law – Bankruptcy and Debt Advice Bill (Scotland) – and the recent judgements that local authorities should be aware of?
These are among the questions and issues that delegates at Walker Love’s Local Authority Forum will debate at the Hilton Hotel Dunblane Hydro on 29th October 2014.
The speakers will include:
- David Walker, Managing Partner, Walker Love
- Peter Meehan, Local Authority Benefit and Taxation Consultant
- John McNeill, Director Business Restructure, BDO
- Chris Bell, Walker Love
- Andy Fraser, Walker Love
With further roundtable discussion sessions chaired by Dorothy Lowe and James Walker of Walker Love, the Forum provides Local Authority revenues and collections teams from across Scotland’s 32 LAs an opportunity to discuss the current issues they are facing. To hear from other authorities on how they are tackling the challenges of Welfare Reform and a reducing local budget and to share opinions and best practice on developing future strategies to improve collections performance.