As a credit controller, you will be deciding whether to loan money to a creditor as well as managing the debts of existing creditors. Most credit controllers work either in commercial credit (loaning to businesses) or consumer credit (loaning to the public). Every business – from banks to charities – need credit control. Whatever kind of organisation you choose to work in you’ll be performing the following tasks, checking customer’s credit ratings with banks, deciding whether or not to offer the credit, setting up the terms and conditions of the loan, dealing with internal queries about payments, ensuring customers pay on time and negotiating re-payment plans.
Interested in becoming a credit controller?
Try one of these courses
- Skills Academy Short Course in Financial Management
- Skills Academy Advanced Certificate in Financial Management
- Skills Academy Certificate in Financial Management
- Skills Academy Short Course Certificate in Small Business Management
- Skills Academy Advanced Certificate in Small Business Management
- Skills Academy Certificate in Small Business Management
Last updated: October 25th 2016