|CPSB is an independent company providing a bespoke service to solicitors, litigation departments and debt recovery agencies.
CPSB is not a firm of solicitors, it does not employ any solicitors and has no direct solicitor / client relationships.
We have a network of reliable and professional agents in the process serving field, vetted and controlled from our one stop Head Office operation in Manchester.
Our 248 operatives provide you with the care and expertise required to ensure that you are able to affect process in all of the 124 postcode districts in the United Kingdom.
Efficiency, reliability, professionalism and cost effectiveness are at the heart of our mission statement, which will ensure that we meet the standards you would expect from us, to provide this necessary legal support service.
|Dave Briody MICM
Dave has worked in the Credit and Legal support industry for over 40 years and has gained his experience from being a junior in the collection departments of the Inland Revenue (now HMRC) to managing multimillion £ International Credit Management / Legal Departments in excess of 200 personnel. He has worked within a cross section of industries at Senior Management level and has very importantly, whilst working as an Investigator for several years, carried out the field work at the sharp end to give him the relevant streetwise expertise and knowledge required to provide an efficient and reliable process serving support service to our clients. Dave has been a full member of the Institute of Credit Management (ICM) since 1994 and has served as a Branch Chairman in The Merseyside & North Wales Branch. He has also served as a Founding Director of the Association of Credit Professionals (ACP) for 18 months whilst building up a portfolio of household name clients for his consultancy business. He has been a regular attendee at FCIB Conferences across Europe gaining a credible network of important contacts to assist him in his day to day business. Dave regularly lectures on Credit Management / Legal support Process and has written several articles for trade magazines whilst organising Trade Conferences as, what he considers to be, a very enjoyable hobby.