CVR Global is co-hosting a major conference that is examining the latest developments in the credit management and insolvency industries.
The Commercial Credit and Collections Conference is taking place at the Leadenhall Building in London on Thursday, 23 January and is being co-hosted by CVR Global and Aon, and organised by Credit Connect Media.
CVR Global Partners Adrian Hyde and Ian Defty will be sharing insight on how they think the insolvency industry will evolve in the future.
The conference will also be looking at the emerging use of technology and the role it can play across both credit management and alternative lending.
Export sales and their associated credit risk in a post-Brexit world is also being explored by Aon’s Susan Ross.
CVR Global Director, Brendan Clarkson, is co-chairing the conference alongside Ian Leslie from Aon.
Brendan said: “The day will give a range of finance professionals – and credit managers in particular – the latest tools and vital information to help them in their daily tasks.
“Part of my role at CVR Global is to support creditors amid a very uncertain economic backdrop that is showing no signs of easing up in the short or long-term, so as an industry we need to be discussing how we navigate financial hurdles for the benefit of all stakeholders within the credit and insolvency industry.
“Technology is playing a key role in helping businesses to manage credit as well as looking at alternative funding options such as invoice finance or open banking – thinking outside of the box is especially important in times of uncertainty.
“As an industry we also need to keep one eye on the future, and I’m looking forward to hearing what Adrian Hyde and Ian Defty – who are two of the insolvency industry’s leading practitioners – have to say about the key changes that we will face over the coming years.”
The Commercial Credit and Collections Conference is open free-of-charge to credit managers, credit controllers, finance managers, finance directors and chief finance officers.
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