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PROGRAM & SPEAKERS

To view the full program and speakers from the 2019 AICM National Conference on the Gold Coast, please download the program book below.

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Credit Team of the Year

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Applicants for the 2019 CTOTY represented the breadth of AICM membership and is reflected in the 4 finalist teams;

  • AGL
  • EFM Logistics 
    Network 10
  • Woolworths Group

 
The CTOTY is an excellent process for teams to enrol themselves in as it gives structure to a review of the team, the processes and achievements. A common reflection at the conclusion of the process is that the team has really enjoyed working on the project together and they have some great tools to take back to the office.

Congratulations to the winner AGL (pictured above), they are an outstanding team and worthy 2019 CTOTY. 

Thank you to the awards ongoing sponsor Equifax and specially Debbie Leo who is a driving force behind this award. 

 

2019 President's Award Dinner 

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The President’s Gala Dinner is always the highlight of annual credit calendar and did not disappoint in 2019. The 2019 President's Gala Dinner themed 'fire and ice' featured incredible food, live entertainment and a chance to kick up your heels and have a good time along with the announcement of the President’s trophy, Student of the Year and Young Credit Professional of the Year awards.

 

Young Credit Professional of the Year 

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The 2019 YCP was again a tightly contested competition with each state’s finalists being accomplished credit professionals and performing exceptionally well at the judging.

The five finalists bonded over their shared experience of the judging process. A big thank you to all judges for working with the finalists and for announcing the winner at the President’s Gala Dinner.

Well done to our winner Ashleigh Mason of National Collection Services who represented QLD.