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Edeus appoints debt recovery director

edeus has appointed Fliss Dale as director of collections and recovery.

Dale, who is to join edeus in July, will work alongside HML to ensure edeus’ credit quality.

Dale previously held the position of head of specialist collections at HBOS where she helped develop BM Solutions’ credit quality.

Alan Cleary, managing director of edeus, says: “Credit quality is instrumental to the edeus philosophy and the appointment of Fliss reflects this. As a lender you can never do too much to ensure your credit quality is excellent and, along with the team at HML, Fliss will play a vital role in the development of our collection and recovery processes.

“Fliss is a true expert in her field and we are extremely pleased that she has chosen to make the move from HBOS to join our team.”

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