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About HKCCMA

HKCCMA an association interests of third party collection and debt collection agents and credit and collection practitioners in Hong Kong.

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The Association was officially established in December 1999 by a group of keen practitioners.

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Recent News


Webinar on Easy Guide to Debt Collection
21-Jul, 2020

On July 13, 2020, Hong Kong Credit and Collection Management Association (HKCCMA) and Support and Consultation Centre for SMEs (SUCCESS) presented a webinar on easy guide to debt collection. As speaker, Mr. Bobby Rozario, Chairman of HKCCMA, offered a compreh ...

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âTGIF-Grandeâevent cancellation announcement
10-Jul, 2020

After careful consideration, the HKCCMA's Executive Committee has made the difficult decision to cancel this year's TGIF-Grande, scheduled for 17 July at the Sala Penha (25/F Fellowship Room), Club Lusitano in Central, Hong Kong. Following the new announcemen ...

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Thank God It's Friday - Grande (TGIF-Grande)
07-Jul, 2020

Now that gatherings of up to 50 people are possible again, the HKCCMA is looking forward to welcoming you back to our 1st quarterly social gathering and networking event in 2020 with a unique twist!! The TGIF is the Credit and Collection Management industry's ...

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First Executive Council's Meeting after COVID-19 outbreak
07-Jul, 2020

HKCCMA held the First 2019-2020 Executive Council's Meeting on June 19, 2020. This year Executive Councilors, Officers, Sub-Committee Chairmen and Staff are: §  Association Chairman, Chairman of Publication Committee and Executive Councilor – Bobby Rozario ...

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WebinarâEasy Guide to Debt Collectionâ
06-Jul, 2020

Have you ever encountered difficulties in collecting overdue payments and debts? What kind of strategies are effective in recovering the outstanding debts? In this webinar co-organised by SUCCESS and Hong Kong Credit and Collection Management Association, expe ...

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HKCCMA announcement
02-Mar, 2020

To All Members, In view of latest development of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in Asia including Hong Kong, HKCCMA has held an urgent Extraordinarily General Meeting (EGM) on Feb 13, 2020. In this EGM, all Executive Councilors decided to cancel th ...

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11-Feb, 2020

本港正經歷03年沙士以來最嚴峻打擊,去年全年經濟增長倒退1.2%,十年來最差表現,但暫時銀行資產質素仍算良好,特定分類貸款(即呆壞賬)比率、信用卡撇賬率及按揭貸款拖欠率等三個指標,都 ...

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Cancellation of HKCCMA AGM Dinner
30-Jan, 2020

Dear HKCCMA Members and Guests, In view of the prevailing Wuhan coronavirus (Novel coronavirus) and the ongoing potential risk, the HKCCMA Executive Council has reviewed the situation and decided to postpone the upcoming 2019/2020 AGM Dinner to be held on Fri ...

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Invitation HKCCMA AGM & Dinner (7th February 2020 Friday)
03-Jan, 2020

For all the HKCCMA members are FREE of Charge, and for Guest HKD 600 will be charged and pay upon arrival. To help facilitate the preparation, we would appreciate your earliest confirmation of attendance by returning the Invitation Letter by email to enquiry@ ...

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2019 Shanghai Credit Risks Management Forum
22-Nov, 2019

Alpha & Leader in association with Hong Kong Credit and Collection Management Association presented 2019 Shanghai Credit Risks Management Forum on October 18, 2019 at the Portman Ritz Carlton in Jing’an, Shanghai. Moderated by Mr. Bobby Rozario, Chairman of ...

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