Sam Evans

High Court Enforcement Group

Sam Evans graduated from the University of Wales, Bangor in 2009 where he achieved a BA (Hons) Degree in Journalism and Media Studies. After a short career in Entertainment Journalism, he made the unfamiliar switch to the world of Enforcement when he joined the group in January 2012.

Originally a member of our Administrative team, Sam progressed to a position within the group’s Client Services team in March 2015 as a Client Relations Executive. In 2017 he was appointed as a Business Development Manager, a role which allows him to build on the rapport in place with our existing client base as well as developing new business growth where possible.

Sam attained his CICM Level 2 and Level 3 Certificate in Taking Control of Goods and is also on the educationa pathway to become an Authorised High Court Enforcement Officer.

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Writs of Control – Instructing your High Court Enforcement Officer

In a world with increasing issues around debts and late payments, the use of High Court Enforcement is becoming an increasingly popular option for effective recovery. In this seminar we will take you through all you need to know about using High Court Enforcement to ensure that you and your clients have the greatest chance of a successful debt recovery.

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