The creditor’s clerk wis responsible for performing administrative tasks that ensure that the creditor is acting professionally and providing quality services that are necessary for everybody to benefit.Creditor’s clerks also have the responsibility for preparing the regular payments that need to be made by the borrower. So essentially, the clerks are there to make sure that everything is in order, business is happening as usual, and the lenders receive the money that they require.The creditor’s clerk has the responsibility of gathering all the documents that are received by the creditor, organising them and then filing them. A creditor’s clerk also needs to update the cash book every day, as well as perform accounting work and bookkeeping, which are absolutely essential for the organization of the finances by the creditor. Money cannot be lost if bookkeeping performed by the creditor’s clerk is always of a high standard.
Interested in becoming a creditor clerk?
Try one of these courses
- ICB National Certificate: Bookkeeping (Junior Bookkeeper)
- ICB FET Certificate: Bookkeeping (Certified Senior Bookkeeper)
- ICB National Diploma: Certified Financial Accounting
Last updated: October 25th 2016