Midnight on Wednesday, January 6th is the deadline for submitting nominations–via e-mail–for an upcoming Who’s Who of the Canadian collection industry. QuickCheck’s 500 Most Influential People in the Canadian Collection Industry: 2016 Edition, will be published on Sunday, January 10th.
The QuickCheck “500 List” is scheduled to be published on www.comprehensivedebtsolutions.ca, before midnight on Sunday, January 10th. It may very well be published on other websites as well in January.
Who is compiling this list?
This list is being compiled by staff at Woodbridge, Ontario-based QuickCheck Canada, a supplier of not only a secure database preventing concurrent payday loans but also turnkey software for payday loan operators. Hundreds of hours of staff time have been dedicated to this project. This project has been something that Sedef Karansu, QuickCheck Canada’s President, has been thinking about for quite some time.
QuickCheck’s 500 Most Influential People in the Canadian Collection Industry: 2016 Edition, has been something that Sedef Karansu, QuickCheck Canada’s President, has wanted to do for some time.
Senior management at QuickCheck Canada has insider knowledge of the credit and collection industry, the bankruptcy and insolvency community, and the payday loan industry. QuickCheck Canada’s extensive network of contacts across the country has been very helpgul in putting together this “500 List”.
How to nominate a person for inclusion in the QuickCheck “500 List”
Anyone can nominate a person to have their name included in QuickCheck’s 500 Most Influential People in the Canadian Collection Industry: 2016 Edition. You can nominate a person by simply sending an e-mail to Yvonne Dean at Quick Check Canada at firstname.lastname@example.org before midnight on Wednesday, January 6th. The following information should be included in an e-mail nomination:
- first name (or initials)
- last name
- name of organization person working for
- job title
Broad range of categories included in QuickCheck’s “500 List”
QuickCheck’s 500 Most Influential People in the Canadian collection industry: 2016 Edition, will include individuals from a diverse range of categories including the following:
- bankruptcy trustees
- collection agencies
- collection lawyers
- credit grantors
- debt buyers
- federal regulators
- first party collections
- industry associations
- provincial and territorial regulators
- vendors and suppliers to the collection industry
- websites and social media
This list is limited to 500 names
There are thousands of people who work in the credit and collection industry in Canada. It would be virtually impossible to create a list which includes the names of each and every one of these individuals. QuickCheck’s challenge has been to identify the 500 most influential individuals.
QuickCheck’s Selection Committee will spend two entire days–Thursday, January 7th, and Friday, January 8th–making the final cuts to get this list down to 500 names. The Selection Committee will be faced with numerous excruciating difficult decisions when it comes to determining the 500 names which are included in this year’s list.