A recent survey of the US based National Association of Credit Management (NACM) revealed that 46% of respondents did not share trade payment data with commercial credit information companies (Credit Professionals Split on Sharing A/R Data). 

BIIA’s Board Member and Contributing Editor Phil Cotter examines the reasons behind the aversions to share trade payment data and what can be learned from the successes of the data sharing practises of the consumer credit information industry in the United Kingdom. 

To read the full report click on the attachment:   Commercial Credit Information – Imperatives for Sharing of Payment Data