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Global Credit Management was written for business leaders; Chief Executives, Chief Financial Officers, Business Unit Managers, and Owners of Small or Medium Enterprises.  It consists of 168 pages of easy to read prose, free of unexplained jargon and containing few diagrams.  In fact the writing style makes this book suitable for readers for whom English is not their first language, as well as for those who are not familiar with the world of credit management.

Global Credit Management is the perfect gift for a business leader or finance student.

The Credit Manager of a global commodity trading house – one of the largest in the world – reported that his CEO saw his copy of Global Credit Management and promptly ordered six.  The CEO then gave a copy to the Head of each of the company’s business units, presenting the book as ‘essential reading’.

The following dialogue is based on an actual incident:

Shift working Motor Mechanic to wife; ‘That book you ordered by Ron Wells arrived today, it’s pretty good.’
Credit Specialist wife; ‘What do you mean, ‘pretty good’, did you read it?’
‘Yes, I understood most of it; I just have a couple of questions you could assist me with.’ 

The Credit Manager of a subsidiary of a global energy company advised that his team of five credit professionals had read the book and hotly debated the ScoreCard recommendations.  They concluded these would form a sound basis for development of their own solution.

A partner with one of London’s leading commercial law firms recommended the book to his colleagues as providing a useful insight into the increasingly important world of receivables asset management.

Global Credit Management – an Executive Summary serves several audiences equally effectively. 

The credit professional finds an explanation of the whole field set down authoritatively, as well as several challenging, and potentially career enhancing new ideas to adopt or adapt.  


Review of Global Credit Management an Executive Summary on website:  
April 27, 2014:
Good book, easy to read and very useful.

The book is a very good addition to my current study in credit management and I would recommend it to any credit manager or professional who wants to become credit manager. The book is written in a nice way and the subjects are short, but concise, which makes it easy for a study.   

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The business leader, CEO, CFO, Division Manager, or enterprise owner finds a book that spells out why credit management warrants attention, time and resources.  The book also provides the basic knowledge a leader needs to effectively manage credit professionals at work.  Alternatively a busy business owner will glean sufficient information - including step-by-step guides - to undertake basic credit management effectively, without additional training.

MBA students, including non-English home language students, will find this book fills a gap in their normal course work by providing the minimum knowledge necessary for any would-be business leader.  This knowledge relates to one of the most important – yet often ignored – assets on the majority of balance sheets, the ‘accounts receivable portfolio’.

Trade Finance Bankers will find in this book details of the challenges facing their clients.  Utilising this knowledge they will be able to detect business development opportunities.

Ron Wells

Click this link to access an excerpt from the book: John Wiley & Sons Ltd Europe (Publisher)


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