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Burdett Trading

Burdett Trading was set up by David Fisher 30 years ago.  Before setting up the firm, David was canvassing for some of the larger players in the UK and eventually made the decision to set up his own home credit firm to serve the needs of customers in the London area.   The company now has around 4500 in the South East.

Thirty Years Ago

Burdett Trading joined the CCA in 1986. At the time, membership of the CCA was regarded as a pre-requisite for any firm operating in the home credit sector and offered an image of credibility and trust for all Association members.

Benefits of Membership

The training sessions and workshops covering anything from new licensing requirements to conforming with new financial legislation have proved particularly useful to Burdett's staff

The team at the CCA have provided peace of mind by constantly being on hand to answer questions and provide clarification throughout Burdett's recent  FCA authorisation application

The CCA's Annual Convention has  given Robert the chance to meet key staff from the FCA and find out about developments in the industry

Robert has had the opportunity to act as Vice Chairman of the CCA's South East Region, providing the chance to interact with local firms and share experiences

The CCA's assistance with legal documentation has proved invaluable in eliminating the need for costly legal services



Robert Fisher of Burdett Trading comments:

"The opportunities that CCA membership offers, particularly over the last couple of years with changing financial regulations, have been invaluable to Burdett Trading. Their support in terms of legal documentation and dealing with the inherent complexities of the financial services sector has provided us with the confidence to grow the business into the success which it is today."

CCA News

CCA News - January 2015 cover

Our quarterly magazine, CCA News, keeps our members up to date with all the latest news and issues affecting the home credit industry.

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