Dukes Bailiffs, the UK’s leading provider of ethical debt recovery services to Local Authorities and commercial clients nationwide, has been confirmed as a sponsor of the Money Advice Liaison Group (MALG) Conference for the fourth consecutive year.
Now in its 36th year, the MALG Conference, which will take place on 9 November 2023 at the Birmingham Repertory Theatre, attracts 200 delegates from across the whole debt landscape. Dukes Bailiffs first took up a sponsorship package for the virtual version of the event in 2020 and has done so every year since.
MALG is a UK-wide not-for-profit membership organisation which promotes ‘working together to improve the lives of people in debt’ through open and honest discussion between creditors, money advisers, collections firms, enforcement agents, regulators, the public sector, and other relevant parties.
Laura Naylor, Marketing Director, Dukes Bailiffs, commented:
“As proud Members of MALG, we are keen to support the organisation in any way we can and its flagship annual conference is a great way for us to do that. MALG’s role in bringing together stakeholders from across the whole debt landscape helps to bolster our partnership approach to ethical debt recovery and provides with us links and insights which enable us to achieve even better outcomes for the customers we deal with, especially during such turbulent times. We are already looking forward to what promises to be another show-stopping event in Birmingham.”
Bob Winnington, CEO of MALG, added:
“The MALG Conference would not be what it is today without our generous sponsors and we are proud of the long-standing relationships we have developed with firms like Dukes Bailiffs, who are committed to our aim of ‘working together to support the lives of people in debt’. To have their commitment at such an early stage in the planning this year will help us to offer delegates an even bigger and better ‘show’ than we did last year at the Rep Theatre.”
Jon Hickman, NED & Co-Founder of Flexys Solutions, said of the MALG Conference in 2022:
“I’ve both organised and been to a few conferences in my time and this event is definitely a stand-out success. I was trying to put my finger on why – the organisation and attention to detail was excellent: joining instructions, printed programme in the badge, clear direction on the day, great venue, genuine welcome, good tech and tech-support – all essential components. But I think the stand-out for me was the authentic content and thoughtful programme; it was refreshing to see.”
Find out more about the MALG Conference at www.malg.org.uk/conference