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Welcome to the first Registry Trust blog post!

My name is Merrill Hopper and I work at Registry Trust as the Data Analyst. Every day I delve into the rich data we hold at Registry Trust in order to try and find stories and patterns within it, and I can’t wait to share some of those insights with you!

There will be a more detailed blog on my role here in due course, but for now I want to tell you about why we have created this blog and what you can expect to see in the posts.

Why we started the blog

Registry Trust manage the register for monetary Judgments across the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. As a result, we are passionate about understanding how our data can help better understand the realities for the most financially distressed.

Our blog, signposts some of our ongoing projects and areas of analysis. We welcome feedback from our readers to ensure our analysis is directed in the right way.

What to expect

Financial instability and vulnerability will be the main topic of the blog. Our work is driven by the principle of ‘Public Data for the Public Good’ and therefore we always seek to help society understand the economic and credit landscape.

But the blog will also be an opportunity for us to show you the inner workings of Registry Trust and introduce you to a few of our members of staff and teams. Expect campaigns, food for thought and stats catch ups amongst much more.

So please, comment away and let’s get discussing the really big questions facing society, businesses and individuals and where credit fits in.

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