EVENTS
SCHUMANN Digital Credit Risk Management Conference 2021, 30 September.

The virtual SCHUMANN Conference gives attendants the opportunity to find out what is new in the world of digital credit risk management. Experts from many industries will report on the challenges due to the current economic developments and the opportunities offered by increasing digitalization.

  • What new technologies are there?
  • How can you put the digitalization strategy of your company into practice? 
  • Which methods and techniques have insurance companies, providers of financial services and industrial and trading companies been using during the corona pandemic? 
Attendants will experience more than 40 speakers from well-known, international companies in two live streams and 30 slots. Participants from more than 20 countries have already registered.

Companies are currently faced with the need to realize corporate expansions in a way that preserves liquidity and capital, and therefore to push forward digitalization and automation in credit management. Profit from the experiences of other companies with new methods and future-orientated technologies.

The agenda will be published soon here: SCHUMANN Conference.

Registration is free of charge: https://portal.prof-schumann.com/en.

Consortia 2021, London and Virtual,19-20 October.
Blockchain is continuously being looked at by both banks and independent receivables finance providers to massively streamline their trade and receivables finance operations. The pandemic has led to a huge shift toward digital platforms, making blockchain even more relevant to ensure safe and transparent transactions.
Back for a second year, BCR’s Consortia 2021 will once again bring together the major consortiums pioneering blockchain and distributed ledger technology (DLT) for trade and receivables finance to the business and financial community. Consortia 2021 will provide a forum for the consortiums and their prospective partners and other interested parties which will showcase and evaluate their development and future.
The event is a perfect opportunity for discussion on how blockchain and DLT are impacting trade finance and the business opportunities that these new technologies offer to banks, funders, SMEs, government bodies, trade bodies and corporates etc. 
For more information go to https://bcrpub.com/events/consortia-2021.

National Credit Awards 2021. 21 October 2021. The Waldorf Hilton, London. 
New for 2021, MoneyAge is proud to present the National Credit Awards. 
The awards are designed to honour the outstanding professionals and firms in the many varied fields of the credit industry, to recognise, celebrate, and promote best practice, to support continuing development, and to contribute towards raising the standards within the credit arena. 
The awards are free to enter and you can enter as many categories as you like. 
Head over to the website to find out more. 

Deadline for entries: 25 June 2021
BCR’s Alternative & Receivables Finance Forum, 18 November. London.
Businesses are adapting to changing global trade patterns and facing challenges of maintaining competitive and sustainable supply chains, while continuing to optimise their costs and cashflow. They are constantly looking for new technology-enabled funding models that have potential to help companies to adapt to geopolitical shifts, the rapid growth of eCommerce and the fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic.
The Alternative & Receivables Finance Forum is a timely opportunity for receivables finance providers and ‘alternative’ SME funders to identify openings of this new trade era, address the choices SMEs are making to fill financial gaps, learn from the top industry players how the receivables finance sector is rebuilding and expanding after Covid.
Join #ARF21 by booking your ticket at https://bcrpub.com/events/alternative-and-receivables-finance-2021.
Professional Development
 Stecis is getting back on track with Webinars, Classroom courses and Masterclasses.
As we all hope that the Covid-19 pandemic is under control after the summer, STECIS has planned again a number of classroom courses in November 2021. For Trade Credit Insurance and Surety Bonds, at each Foundation and Advanced courses will be offered in the vicinity of Amsterdam Schiphol. In case still necessary, all applicable Covid-19 restrictions will be in place during the classroom training courses. During the classroom trainings real, practical cases will be discussed. Additionally, various webinars on both Trade Credit Insurance and Surety Bonds have been already scheduled throughout the year. These webinars are interesting to all individuals who are starting their career in the TCI and/or Surety Bonds industry, but also for all other interested parties like brokers, re-insurers´ employees, lawyers, credit managers etc.
To expand our offering STECIS is currently developing three masterclasses on Trade Credit Insurance that will address the following topics: TCI and Digitalisation, Non-traditional TCI products and TCI and Finance. These masterclasses will be hold by top experts from the TCI industry presenting the recent developments and trends in the field of TCI. Joining these masterclass will be not only be an excellent way to keep up to date with important developments in the TCI world. The courses are also an excellent means to increase your professional network as you will meet other participants and top experts from the industry.
When the outlines of the three masterclasses are available, they will be shared via Credit Insurance News and the website of Stecis.
More information can be found on the Stecis’ website: www.stecis.org.
All courses will run at the Steigenberger Hotel at Amsterdam-Schiphol.
Further information can be obtained by sending an email to: info@stecis.org.

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