AAT - Credit Management


Studying for the AAT Credit Management exam

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The AAT Credit Management syllabus

The syllabus for Credit Management is split into 4 main learning outcomes (LOs):

1. Understand relevant legislation that impacts upon credit management

2. Use information from a variety of sources to grant credit to customers within organisational guidelines

3. Use a range of techniques for the collection of debts

4. Monitor and control the supply of credit

A good page to start on if you are unclear where to begin would be the overview Working Capital Management page and, within this, the Credit Management page. The latter addresses each of the LOs listed above.

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