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“Ethics and Legalities of Credit Information Exchange.”

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BUSINESS TALK RADIO is indeed fortunate to welcome back as our special guest Mr. Norman Taylor to discuss “Ethics and Legalities of Credit Information Exchange.”

Norman began life as a Credit Manager on September 30, 1971 as an Office and Credit Manager for a retail store. Has served as a Director or Manager of Credit, accounts receivable, pricing, and billing in a wide variety of industries (apparel, footwear, media, food, lighting, sporting goods, textiles, furniture, carpet, tire and rubber, machinery, and coated films). Also has worked independently as a receivables consultant. Mr. Taylor currently employed by NIIT Media Technologies LLC, Augusta, GA. He served on or chaired numerous Creditor’s Committees in prominent national bankruptcy cases. He was one of 13 authors of Principles of Business Credit, the text from which National Association of Credit Management classes are taught nationwide. He authored several texts or management guides used by various firms (The Pocket Credit Assistant, The Pocket Guide to Credit Insurance, The Pocket Customer Visit). A seminar leader or class instructor on various financial and professional topics involving cash flow analysis (Text: Demystifying the Cash Flow Statement), international credit, public speaking, accounting, business law, and personal finance. Norman served on South Carolina Export Council (U. S. Department of Commerce). 

BUSINESS CREDIT RADIO is sponsored in part by the Credit Management Association (CMA), on of the largest affiliates of the National Association of Credit Management.

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