Receivables Finance: The State of the Art – Masterclass, Paris by ITFA & TFR, 25 May 2016

Keeping on top of working capital management is more challenging than ever in a tough economy and an increasingly risk-averse international banking market. But businesses still need cash, and supply chains need nurturing. Receivables finance has become an increasingly common solution to this problem, releasing working capital for ongoing operations, paying suppliers promptly, and updating infrastructure.

This one-day masterclass is led by ITFA and Trade Finance Review (TFR), and is taking place onWednesday 25 May, 2016 at L’Atelier BNP Paribas – 16 Rue de Hanovre, 75002, Paris, France. Commencing at 8:30 am, the masterclass will provide you with the latest hands-on information on how to effectively implement and use receivables finance programmes and structures. It will also discuss the impact of the newly published Standard Definitions for Techniques of Supply Chain Finance.

Attend this masterclass to:

Hear from industry-leading authorities, including:

As put by our very own ITFA Chairman, Sean Edwards: “Financing trade receivables has never been more exciting, more dynamic and full of possibility than it is now. It has also never been more confusing. Our masterclass aims to cut through the different terms, jargon and techniques to give a full understanding of the market and push the boundaries of what is possible and what is not.

Whether you are an experienced financier looking to stay abreast of regulatory developments, or you are entering a new role working in trade finance, you will leave this masterclass with the most up-to-date knowledge that will enable you to benefit from receivables finance.

Click here to view the masterclass agenda. Book your place on this masterclass for €350 if you are an ITFA member, whilst the fee for non-members is of €400.

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