Registry Trust's Chairman Mick McAteer has been featured in the prestigious apolitical publication The Parliamentary Review, with a best practice article about the vital work we do with Judgment data in the UK.
In the article, he explores the history of our Register of Judgments, Orders and Fines, which dates back to Gladstone's time, and remains at the core of what we do today. He explains that the Trust is "an integral part of the economic ecosystem, helping consumers get access to credit, promoting responsible lending and borrowing, and informed business decisions" and looks at how we are responding to emerging political, economic and technological challenges as a not-for-profit organisation providing public value.
In their foreword to the article, Parliamentary Review co-Chairmen Lord Pickles and Lord Blunkett, say: "The ability to listen and learn from one another has always been vital in parliament, in business and in most aspects of daily life. But at this particular moment in time, as national and global events continue to reiterate, it is uncommonly crucial that we forge new channels of communication and reinforce existing ones. The following article from Registry Trust is an attempt to do just that."
The full article can be viewed here: https://www.theparliamentaryreview.co.uk/organisations/registry-trust