- Wrote Credit Management and Debt Collection Syllabus for the Chartered Institute of Credit Management
- Revised and updated the Debtor Litigation module for UK Finance
- featured in the Parliamentary review as a Credit Management expert
- Co-founded and launched the UK's first Fully Automated Cashflow and Credit Management platform
Glen Morgan is the managing director of Credebt Ltd, a receivables management and risk specialist for the invoice finance, turnaround and insolvency industries.
Glen is also CEO of itsettled Ltd, the first automated Cashflow and Credit Management platform in the UK.
Glen Morgan founded the Credebt business himself in 2009 and has developed it into one of the leading providers of receivables management services in the UK.
Since 2019, Morgan set up and is CEO of itsettled, the first automated Cashflow and Credit Management platform in the UK
In June 2020, Morgan appeared on a Leaders Council of Great Britain & Northern Ireland podcast, discussing the importance of leadership and its impact on his career to date.
Glen has worked in the Credit Management industry for 27 years and is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Credit Management.
Until setting up Credebt in 2009, Glen operated at Director level within mainly large blue chip organisations such as Motability Operations, Parceline, Anixter Fasteners, Amcor, Mitel and several others.
In all of these organisations Glen brought in tens of millions of pounds by improving the order to cash process, restructuring teams and processes and streamlining policy to maximise working capital.
Listen to Glen Morgan's Leaders Council podcast.
In the News
itsettled wins Tech Nation Rising Stars 4.0 FinTech Award
News | Published April 4th 2022, 8:51 am
itsettled, the pioneering automated credit control platform, has this week been announced as the 2022 Tech Nation Rising Stars 4.0 FinTech Award winner.Read more →
Credebt outlines principles of cashflow management
News | Published January 4th 2022, 10:50 am
The challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic have seen a high number of businesses unfortunately become insolvent, and many of these have gone under because their owners failed to undertake any type of cashflow forecasting exercise. Instead, they naively assumed that because they had orders in the pipeline and some cash in the bank that there was cash to fulfil and deliver those orders and release money for investment to pay off creditors. This article by Credebt Ltd managing director, Glen Morgan, summarises basic cashflow issues and actions that owners of small businesses should be aware of to improve their firm’s cashflow position. If you are somebody looking to start your own business, this advice will also prove helpful. Read more →
Factoring and Invoice Discounting: addressing the stigma
News | Published October 5th 2021, 11:17 am
Factoring and Invoice Discounting are two things that, rightly or wrongly, are frowned upon by many business owners. Looking into these two practices on his business website blog, Credebt founder and managing director, Glen Morgan, explores whether the stigma around them is based on mere misconception and what benefits they may actually bring to a business.Read more →
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