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South West firm Clarke Willmott & Clarke (CWC) has scooped three new contracts for debt recovery work.
NatWest Bank, RAC and Mobil Gas Marketing UK, part of the Exxon group, have each appointed the firm to carry out their debt recovery work.
Based at Bridgwater in Somerset, CWC’s debt recovery unit has doubled in size since it was taken over three years ago by associate Jane Dunlop. She now leads a 12-strong team.
Dunlop says: “I’m delighted by the decision of the RAC, NatWest and Mobil to award us their work and am looking forward to enjoying a long relationship with all of them. I’m sure these new contracts will act as a springboard for more work.”
CWC has worked with NatWest for almost three years, but following its takeover by the Royal Bank of Scotland, 10 per cent of its debt recovery work was awarded to the firm, the maximum that could be contracted out.