Export/International Credit Forum (ECF & ICF)
May 15 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Upcoming Meeting Agenda Highlights
Middle East including Kuwait & Lebanon
Angelique Assaf, Data Strategist, Cedar Rose International Services Ltd
American Express – Business Payment Solutions
A focus on how an effective working capital solution can turn the credit function into an engine of growth & efficiency.
Barry Seamons – Director – Business Payment Solutions & Loyalty, Amex
The mystery revealed
Neil Ross, Global Head of Credit, AIG Europe Ltd
Introduction by Simon Marshall, MD, Co-Pilot
Collections from difficult geographies
Lauren Carter, Director, Vantage Credit
Planning, Benefits, Solo or with Sales, Spotting Frauds, Why Not?
What our members say
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UK meetings start at 10.00 and run through to 16.00, with breaks. Refreshments & lunch are provided
Meetings are currently being held at different venues.
Challenging & instructive agendas
The export Credit Forum members have significant input into meeting agendas, to ensure that sessions are relevant and cover key areas of common interest.
Sessions are delivered through workshops and discussions rather than lecture-style presentations.
We source and invite knowledgeable subject experts in order to ensure that content is of the highest standard.
Membership to the Export Credit Forum is open to senior finance & credit professionals with responsibility for trading across borders. Membership is subject to acceptance of our membership terms & conditions.
A LinkedIn Group has been established, membership of which is strictly limited to forum members and genuine prospective members.
Membership covers the UK meetings 4 meetings (4 days) per year
Annual subscription £660
The above subscriptions are subject to VAT where the billing address is in the UK
Export Credit Forum (ECF)
The Export Credit Forum (ECF) was developed by Forums International Ltd to provide a community for senior finance & credit professionals who have responsibility for trading across borders, whether that be in Europe, or globally.
International trade in a changing business environment presents specific challenges to UK businesses. As well as different business cultures, those transacting and operating in different jurisdictions need to understand diverse legal and banking rules and corporate structures. The Export Credit Forum equips members with the practical tools they need to meet those challenges. The focus is on providing an assured benefit to members – this is different to anything you have attended before.
The objectives of the forum are to:
- Share experiences and draw on each other’s knowledge
- Develop and enhance best and new practice in credit and risk management
- Improve skill levels
- Provide access to a network of like-minded professionals and relevant industry experts.