The inaugural Commercial Credit & Collections conference has confirmed its agenda for its forthcoming event at the Leadenhall Building on Friday 5th April.
CVR Global and Aon’s Commercial Credit & Collections conference agenda includes speakers from Chartered Institute of Credit Managers (CICM) and Eversheds Sutherland. With Brexit on the horizon, the event will open with an insightful update on the world economy, focussing on the fallout from leaving the European Union by Mark Palmer, Hamilton Court FX.
The latest agenda and more background to the conference can be viewed by clicking here.
Graydon has become the latest sponsor to confirm its backing of the new event. Craig Evans Head of Commercial UK at Graydon said “We’re thrilled to be joining a very exciting line up at the inaugural Commercial Credit and Collections Conference and are looking forward to a highly valuable day looking at the latest developments in Credit management. As part of the conference, we will be providing attendees with an early preview of Graydon Insights, our brand-new platform for credit reports, monitoring and ledger management.”
Portfolio Credit Control have also confirmed their support. Portfolio Group’s Director Charlotte Turner said “Portfolio Credit Control are proud to sponsor the Commercial Credit & Collections conference in its debut year in an effort to elevate the Credit industry. As a specialist Credit Control Recruitment Agency, we are extremely passionate about any event that brings the Credit community together and highlights the importance of the Credit profession.”
Registrations to the event include credit and lending manager specialists from banks. The event is now close to selling out with a few tickets remaining. To register for the remaining tickets, click here.
There are a limited amount of sponsorship options still available if your company is interested in creating more awareness in the commercial credit management and insolvency sector. Contact Colin White on 01622 437014 or email firstname.lastname@example.org