Date: Thursday 6 September 2018
Venue: Lloyd’s of London Library
Time: 9:00a.m. - 1:00p.m.
With continuing uncertainty over the impact of Brexit and a succession of corporate failures hitting the headlines, the current economic environment presents a challenge for companies looking to grow their business. Surrounded by this volatility, how can your organisation improve its working capital and prevent unnecessary losses?
At this event, our panel of banks, insurers, and industry experts will explore how to identify and mitigate potential credit risk, allowing you to trade with confidence. We will provide an insight into the trade credit insurance market and its appetite for risk, and we will explain how to identify the true cost of credit risk and predict the chance of bad debts.
Topics will include:
- Identifying potential country and political risk.
- Preventing unnecessary losses.
- Predicting bad debts.
- Collecting bad debts more effectively.
- Improving your working capital.
Who should attend:
Chief Executive Officers, Chief Financial Officers, Treasurers, Controllers, Credit Managers, and Risk Managers at companies who supply goods and services.
This event is free to attend and places are offered on a first come first served basis. Register now to reserve your place.
8:30 am Registration
9:15 am Welcome and Introduction, Ian Watts, UK Trade Credit Practice Leader, Marsh
9:20 am The Trade Credit Insurance Market:
a) Overview of the Current Landscape, Marsh
b) The Insurer Perspective: Behaviour, Losses, and Concerns, Coface
10:10am Identifying and Predicting Credit Risk, Risk Analytics Team, Marsh
10:40 am Break
10:55 am Working Capital Solutions, Bank ABC
11:30 am Panel Discussion
12:00 midday Networking Lunch