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Weightmans receives best practice accreditation for third time

Law firm’s commitment to quality and continuous improvement in credit management recognised by CICMQ

National law firm Weightmans has retained its spot amongst an elite group of companies as it secured CICMQ ‘Best Practice’ Quality re-accreditation for the third time, in a demonstration of its commitment to quality and continuous improvement in all things credit.

Pete Taggart, LTA Credit Manager and Jane Morrey, Claims Credit Manager at Weightmans were joined by their team to receive the award from Karen Tuffs, Head of Accreditation at the Chartered Institute Of Credit Management at the firm’s Headquarters in May.

Pete said:

“CICMQ accreditation is a true demonstration of how hard we work to achieve best practice standards and supports our aim to always be industry leaders. It offers reassurance to those we work with that we operate at the highest level of credit management and gives us a benchmark from which to continue to grow.”

Jane added:

“We have done everything that CICMQ has recommended since 2016 and we are in the best cash position we have ever been. We are proud to be recognised within Weightmans as a team that is pivotal to the firm’s success, and it brings us great satisfaction that the CICMQ agrees with that.”

CICMQ award
L-R Karen Tuffs of the Chartered Institute of Credit Management presents the CICMQ ‘Best Practice’ Quality award to Pete Taggart, Bob Granger and Jane Morrey of Weightmans

The CICMQ Assessment report highlights how the team are ambitious, achieving remarkable results across the firm by collaborative work with their stakeholders:

‘It is good to see this professional team aligning their objectives with the business strategy and how it fits within the overall objectives. The team demonstrate excellent stakeholder involvement with process developments with both cash generation and delivering exceptional customer service at the forefront of their activities.

‘The quarterly cash challenges throughout the year have continued resulting in the best performance in years, indicating the team are exceeding targets and making a good impact on working capital performance. Objectives and targets are set and monitored for the organisation, team and individuals which are reviewed and discussed.’