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Complementary Websites

Industry forums

Credit Risk Group forum at LinkedIn
Credit and Collections Professionals forum at LinkedIn 
Credit Risk Managers forum at LinkedIn 

Academic sites

These universities all have strong credit-focused research and/or teaching departments.

Edinburgh University and the associated Credit Scoring and Control Control Conference
Imperial College and its Institute for Mathematical Sciences
Leeds University
Southampton University

UK Government & Professional Bodies

APACS: Comprehensive credit fraud-related information and statistics
Bank for International Settlements: For information on the Basel Committee for Banking Supervision
CIFAS:The not-for-profit membership association representing the private and public sectors, dedicated to the prevention of fraud
ICO and Data Protection: Information Commissioner's Office. For the latest information on privacy issues, on-line registration, and searching the register
Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (previously Department of Trade and Industry): For wider government issues affecting the credit industry
IFRS Foundation (International Financial Reporting Standards): A not-for-profit international organisation responsible for developing a single set of high-quality global accounting standards
Finance & Leasing Association: The Guide to Credit Scoring is available from the FLA
Financial Conduct Authority Bank of England:  Regulators of firms and financial advisers in the UK
FraudScreen: Provides a unique and award-winning set of database coding products to assist consumer-facing businesses in managing risk within customer relationships
Institute of Credit Management: Professional body for all aspects of credit management 
Money Charity: UK money statistics produced monthly since September 2007 
Office for National Statistics: Key UK statistics including economic indicators, employment, GDP, inflation (ONS)
Prudential Regulation Authority Bank of England: Prudential regulator and supervisor of banks, building societies, credit unions, insurers and major investment firms in the UK.

International Financial Reporting Standards