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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


TGIF Received Overwhelming Responses from Members and Members' Guests
21-Jun, 2022

The Association's held one of the most popular social events, TGIF, on Jun 10th. The responses were overwhelming, with over 30 members and guests attending the events. ...

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The Association invited the winner of the 2020-2021 CMEA to receive the Award Plaque from our Chairman in person
21-Jun, 2022

Due to the pandemic, this year's Award Presentation Ceremony was done online. With the recent relaxation of the social distancing regulations, the Association has been able to organize a social event for members and guests. Our Chairman, Mr. Bobby Rozario, to ...

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Chairman of HKCCMA held official meetings with Guangdong Credit Association ("GCA")
02-Jun, 2022

Ms. Zhang Hong Li, Vice-Chairman of GCA and HKCCMA's Chairman Mr. Bobby Rozario held two rounds of meeting in Guangzhou in May. Ideas on establishing joint professional designation programs and formulating ESG standards in the Bay Area were explored. Both Ass ...

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More Payment Delays in Regions Affected by COVID-19
17-May, 2022

South China Morning Post reported that payment delays of payment due from Chinese companies increased from 36% in 2020 to 42% in regions hit by COVID-19. The pandemic has disrupted supply chain and led to decline in business and corporate structural adjustment ...

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2022 Thank God It's Friday
16-May, 2022

We are excited to announce that HKCCMA's 2022 TGIF will be held on June 10th, 2022 at 18:00 at 24/F., Piso Praia Grande, Club Lusitano, 16 Ice House Street, Central, Hong Kong, with free drinks (including house wines, spirits, beers, soft drinks, still and sp ...

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First Executive Council's Meeting in 2022
23-Mar, 2022

After the 2020-2021 Annual General Meeting (AGM), HKCCMA has elected its new Sub-committee Chairpersons at the Executive Council's Meeting. From left to right: *Chairman of Membership Committee and Executive Councilor – Mr. Jeffrey Chan *Vice Chairman and Ex ...

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2020-2021 winner of the Credit Management Excellence Award (CMEA)
22-Mar, 2022

Congratulations to the 2020-2021 Credit Management Excellence Award (CMEA) Winner, Mr. Ken WONG. The award was presented by Mr. Ricky Chan, FCCMA, CCP - Chairman of Annual Award Committee 2021-2022 The purpose of the CMEA is to recognize the achievements of a ...

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Chairman Statement 2020-2021
15-Mar, 2022

Distinguish Guests, Members, Ladies and Gentlemen: Welcome to the HKCCMA Virtual Annual General Meeting 2020/2021! The AGM has to be held online due to the severe epidemic situation in Hong Kong and for epidemic prevention and control. In addition to introduc ...

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INVITATION 2020/2021 HKCCMA AGM (Virtual) on March 4th 2022 (Friday)
01-Mar, 2022

HKCCMA Virtual Annual General Meeting 2020/2021 The Social Distancing Measures have been extended by cycles of 14 days. The latest Government announcement was to extend the relevant measures until April 20 2022. All group gatherings and social events are proh ...

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17 February 330-430pm | Insights on the electronics sector | Register now!
16-Feb, 2022

The Electronics sector was a clear winner of the Covid-19 pandemic thanks largely to unprecedented demand from across the world and price increases. Among the industry, semiconductor is by far the largest segment and the bellwether of the wider component mark ...

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Recent Polls


Poll Questions on Credit Limit Review (2) : Which of the following situation is the MOST probable situation you think credit manager should initiate a credit limit review?
  • Received unfavorable information and / or encountered adverse incident on customers
  • Received favorable information and / or sudden increase in sales
  • Pressure from business units

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