From Recovery to New Risks


CREDIT TODAY is delighted to welcome ARYZA into its 2022 campaign, “From Recovery to New Risks”, to look at key collection and risk themes across the industry, as the economy seeks to recover and enter a new phase of appropriate and modernised credit. 

The campaign, which will also link in with Keep Britain Solvent, will also seek to recognise Credit Heroes who came through the “lockdown” period.

Watch out for:

  • Promotion of Aryza’s developing expertise and expansion in the industry, from UK/Ireland and beyond.
  • “Getting out of the debt”, a campaign taking stock of current levels of debt and insolvency, and automating support to the public. Check out our webinar in late June.
  • Research into vulnerability and affordability throughout the year, with partners.
  • “Getting Credit Right”, an H2 campaign focussing also on new software, risk models and open banking, data analysing.

Credit Today publishing director Gerard Dugdill said:

“We are absolutely delighted Aryza is running its From Recovery to New Risks campaign with us for 2022 – they are exactly the right innovative, forward-facing and international organisation we seek to work with and promote as the economy shapes up.”

Aryza marketing director Andy Taylor said:

“At Aryza our vision is to create software to positively impact the financial well-being of consumers via automated management of debt, insolvency, lending, and arrears. We’re pleased to partner with Credit Today on their campaign “From Recovery to New Risks” to explore topics from affordability and vulnerability through to automation and responsible customer support to discover the how the credit and financial recovery sectors can evolve to provide effective support and guidance to customers and prospects in these challenging times.”


Aryza: Andy Taylor andy.taylor@Aryza.com

Credit Today: Gerard Dugdill gd@credittoday.co


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