About Marston Holdings
Come and join the UKs largest judicial services company! Recovering £500 million for the tax payer per year, Marston Holdings is a national partner to government and business and a leading supplier to over 500 clients. We comprise of a family of specialist businesses who can deliver everything our clients need.
Marston Holdings are the UK’s largest judicial services company and process 1.5 million cases and recover £500 million for the tax payer per year… enough to pay for 15,000 teachers. Marston Holdings holds itself to the highest ethical standards and regularly conduct anonymous ethical surveys across its business to monitor its adherence to its values. Marston Holdings’ Ethics Committee, which includes three Executive Board members, meets monthly to ensure it upholds its values in everything Marston Holding does.
Looking to move to a new sector?
Marston Holdings is the largest enforcement services company in the UK, processing over 1.5 million cases and recovering £500 million for the tax payer per year. Working with or supplying Marston Holdings is an excellent route into the industry for anyone looking to move into this industry.
Accreditations and memberships
As experts in this industry, Marston Holdings has a large number of accreditations and memberships. Marston Holdings’ commitment and dedication to ensuring its high standards across every area of its business, from its people to its technology.
Deborah Cooper wins Advocate of the Year at the 2019 Women in Credit Awards.
Deborah Cooper, Organisational Development Director for Marston Holdings, has been awarded Advocate of the Year at the 2019 Women in Credit Awards. The award seeks to highlight someone that has sought to champion, in any capacity, the needs of women in her workplace, or more widely within the industry. Since joining the company five years ago, Deborah has become a champion of important issues such as training, ethics and most recently social value. She pioneered our industry-leading Enforcement Agent Development Programme, including efforts to attract more women to it, and consistently engages with experts outside the business to ensure that issues that disproportionately affect women, such as domestic abuse, are recognised in our training and ethical policies. These positive initiatives are important not only for our business but also for the communities in which we operate