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Registry Trust, the not-for-profit organisation which maintains the Register of Judgments, Orders and Fines, has been ranked 15th best not-for-profit to work for, 22nd best small company to work for in London, and 77th best small company to work for in the UK in the Best Companies Q2 2022 league tables.

After being named a Best Companies ‘One to Watch’ back in February 2022, Registry Trust recently took part in its first ever Best Companies B-Heard Survey which is what the latest league tables are based on.

The Best Companies Accreditation is recognised as the standard in workplace engagement. As an organisation operating within the financial services sector with a clear social purpose, Registry Trust prides itself on conducting business responsibly and empowering its team to achieve outcomes that benefit all, including themselves.

Chris Dick, Registry Trust’s Operations Director, says:

“It is great to receive this recognition which demonstrates our ongoing commitment to being a great organisation to work for. We’re engaging our whole team to make sure we identify the things that make the difference in a changing working environment.”

Registry Trust’s data on monetary judgments supports millions of lending and credit decisions in the UK & Ireland every year, helping to keep the economy moving and identify economic trends. The team is responsible for processing all judgment records from the courts (averaging 135k per month) and handling all enquiries regarding the Register, as well as providing a range of services to credit reference agencies, financial services firms, government bodies, charities, regulators, think tanks, and other organisations. Its mission is to share this public data for public good to promote responsible lending and borrowing and empower consumers.

Registry Trust also operates TrustOnline; the only service that provides immediate public access to the complete Register, allowing anyone to search for individuals or businesses to see if they have a registered judgment, order, or fine. It is an essential tool which has been used by more than 100,000 consumers and professionals to carry out background checks on themselves, their suppliers, or their customers to check for CCJ debts and inform financial decisions.

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