Credit Control & Debt 


Date: 24 April 2020

Duration: 9 am - 5 pm

Venue: M Hotel



The current economic slowdown has made it even more important for organisations to take steps to minimize & effectively recover debt. This intensive course is designed to bring you the very best debt recovery strategies in order to tackle the challenges of successful receivables management. More importantly, the course will also impart to the participants intimate & closely-guarded knowledge on the court process & how professionals like the lawyers conduct or perform their credit recovery services on behalf of their clients in the event that all other credit recovery strategies have proven to be futile.

Mr. Patrick Tan

Founder and CEO of

Fortis Law Corporation

Patrick Tan is the founder and CEO of Fortis Law Corporation. His areas of practice include commercial litigation and arbitration, wealth management, and private client matters. He is a Notary Public Commissioner for oaths, a Fellow of the Singapore Institute of Arbitrators, as well as an accredited Associate Mediator, appointed by the Singapore Mediation Centre and the Primary Dispute Resolution Centre of the State Courts of Singapore. He obtained his LL.B. (Hons) at the Nottingham University, where he received top hon-ours, clinching several academic awards in land law, company law and partnership law.

Learning Outcome

  • Practical workshop on drafting letters of demand

  • Overview of the dispute resolution process in Singapore

  • Overview of the litigation process in Singapore & Step-by-step litigation guide

  • Issues in cross-border credit recovery

  • Planning and preparation for litigation

  • Common methods of enforcement of judgments

  • Practical workshop on drafting settlement plans and guarantees

  • Effective Credit assessment, investigation & risk evaluation

  • Practical aspects of financial analysis in credit evaluation

  • Collecting from financially distressed debtors

  • Deal with delaying tactics & difficult customers

  • Developing effective collection system & procedures

  • Negotiating out of court – Practitioner perspective