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Registry Trust is incredibly proud to announce that its CEO Lex Jones has been named as a Finalist in two categories of the Women in Credit Awards 2022: Business Leader of the Year and Innovator of the Year.

In its fifth year, Credit Strategy’s Women in Credit Awards is the only set of awards that exclusively champions and celebrates inspirational women in credit and financial services. The winners will be announced at a ceremony on 21 September following the inaugural in-person Women in Credit Conference. The Conference, which Lex will be attending, aims to provide a forum to address the challenges and opportunities faced in the workplace by women across the credit and financial services industry.

Lex started out her career in banking before joining the Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) driven by a desire to redress wrongs and level the playing field to tackle consumer issues, giving those most vulnerable a voice. In 2017 she joined Registry Trust, the not-for-profit organisation which maintains the Register of Judgments, Orders, and Fines:

What attracted me was the values – impartiality, independence, and informed decision making. I have always been someone that makes decisions based on what the facts are telling you rather than your own emotions or to please shareholders. Debt is an emotive subject but finding practical solutions to indebtedness needs to be aboutthe head over the heart. The more information and data available, the better.”

As CEO of Registry Trust, Lex has been instrumental in bringing visionary concepts such as a Register of Partial Settlements to enrich the credit decision making process, and the inclusion of Claimant Data for greater transparency and fairness, into the consciousness of key stakeholders. It is these initiatives to drive quality data and quality decisions within the financial services sector that have earned her a well deserved place on the shortlist for the Women in Credit Awards.

This is an outstanding achievement for Lex and the team at Registry Trust are wishing her the best of luck!

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