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Hays credit management lead named CICM chair

The Chartered Institute of Credit Management has appointed Kabir Gulabkhan, credit management lead at Hays, as chair of the London committee. Gulabkhan has held the role of vice-chair of the committee since 2016.


The CICM London committee aims to offer opportunities for like-minded individuals within the industry to upskill and network through informative meetings and social events. Gulabkhan is chair of the London branch, which covers the entire London area.


The committee meets approximately six times per year and additionally for its annual general meeting held in March. All members are invited to attend meetings and events, and credit professionals at any stage of their career, particularly those just starting out in the sector, are welcome.


Hays Credit Management have been exclusive premium corporate partners with the CICM since 2010 and in 2013 were appointed the CICM’s only ‘Premium Partner’ due to the extensive work undertaken on a local and national basis with the Institute. Hays provides a recruitment and career development service available to all credit professionals who are looking to recruit or find new roles within the credit management profession.


Gulabkhan said, “I am delighted to have been appointed as Chair of the CICM London Committee after what has been a very enjoyable few years in the role of Vice-Chair. I look forward to continuing the work we do bringing together credit professionals to educate each other and network, making lifelong friendships along the way.


“I would like to thank the committee for all their work which they do in their own time. It has meant that we are able to put on fantastic events and make the branch a great place from our members. I am excited by the opportunity to chair the London committee and add as much value as I can.”


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