The second Commercial Credit & Collections Conference will take place on Thursday 23rd January 2020.
Leadenhall Building, London
CVR Global and Aon’s Commercial Credit & Collections Conference focuses on the latest updates in credit management & insolvency.
The inaugural Commercial Credit & Collection conference examined the latest developments in credit management and insolvency and a had specific fraud and technology focus.
The next edition of the conference will provide Credit Manager and FDs with access to credit management and insolvency related advice. The Commercial Credit & Collections conferences are a platform to learn more about new industry services, products, latest technology and best practice.
Attendees (Free to qualifying attendees)
- Credit Managers
- Credit Controllers
- Finance Managers
- Finance Directors (FDs)
- Chief Finance Officers (CFOs
- 9.45am Event registration
- 10.30am Event opening speech and introduction – Chair: Ian Leslie (Aon) and Co-Chair: Brendan Clarkson (CVR Global)
- 10.40am Credit management and insolvency post Economic update – Speaker TBC
- 11.05am Another new world and all systems go (an Insolvency Practitioners view of the future but don’t forget the past!)- Adrian Hyde & Ian Defty (CVR Global)
- 11.30am Break
- 11.50am Guide to Technology in Credit Management: What is RPA, AI and Machine Learning do they really have a role to play in credit management – what is right technology for my business? – Speaker TBC
- 12.15 Lunch
- 13.00 Panel session on Alternative lending: Technology enhancing Finance & Funding Options: Lending and credit options what are the options? Asset finance, Invoice finance, how can technology enhance decision or accelerating business growth using new initiatives such as Open Banking – Panel speakers TBC
- 13.45 Export and it’s risk post Brexit, Following the UK’s departure of the European Union, export sales and its related credit risks are changing. Susan Ross MBE, Aon
- 14.15 Event Finish
- 14.25 Networking at venue TBC
- Chair: Ian Leslie, Aon
- Co-Chair: Brendan Clarkson, CVR Global
- Adrian Hyde, Partner, CVR Global
- Susan Ross MBE, Aon
About the Speakers (more to be confirmed soon)
Brendan Clarkson, CVR Global, Insolvency Director
Brendan has over 20 years’ experience in the debt, insolvency and credit management sectors. He specialises in both non-court and court insolvency work.
He has built close relationships with solicitors, other professionals, banks and client companies in order to understand their debt management needs. He has also developed good working relationships with government organisations. He appreciates the range of debt recovery options available to organisations, and works hard to ensure their best interests are served.
Brendan has regular contact with the credit management profession through his involvement in credit circles across the UK. He has served as chair of Surrey and Sussex CICM and is heavily involved with the institute.
Adrian Hyde, CVR Global, Partner
When the opportunity arose to qualify as an IP, Adrian left the legal profession and became a Partner at Chantrey Vellacott.
The focus of Adrian’s practice is predominantly insolvencies involving litigation, asset tracing, fraud, and the proceeds of crime generally. His practice covers a wide range of matters varying in size and jurisdiction. In the UK he is regularly appointed Liquidator of companies where there are allegations of money laundering, missing trader fraud (MTIC), tax evasion or the transfer of assets prior to liquidation in order to avoid them being realised for the benefit of creditors.
In the more complex cases, there are often assets, or claims, in overseas jurisdictions. Overseas, Adrian heads the firm’s Gibraltar practice, and a substantial part of Adrian’s caseload arises from there. Since 2010 he has been the liquidator of the law firm Marrache & Co, where the three brothers that ran it stole some £30m.
Adrian is very experienced in international asset-tracing and recovery work, and assignments have included recovering assets in USA, Panama, Monaco, Switzerland, Israel, Northern Cyprus, Russia, Kazakhstan, Tanzania, and Egypt.
Adrian was awarded Corporate Insolvency Practitioner of the Year at the 2015 I&R Awards. He is also a former President of R3, the UK trade body representing members of the insolvency profession.
Ian Defty, CVR Global, Partner
Ian Defty is a chartered and certified accountant and an insolvency practitioner, with over 30 years’ insolvency experience. He was a partner in a top 20 firm until co-founding niche insolvency firm, DDJ Insolvency, based in London. Ian was instrumental in merging DDJ with CVR Global in 2017.
He is routinely involved in complex litigation as a liquidator, or office holder, to recover funds misappropriated by bankrupts, directors, advisors or other fraudulent individuals. His expertise also extends to the recovery of assets locally and overseas. A fellow of the ACCA, ICAEW and R3, Ian is also an associate member of the Proceeds of Crime Lawyers Association and sits on the R3 Fraud Panel, the R3 General Technical Committee, the Fraud Advisory Panel and the Economic Crime Prevention Group.
He is also a consulting editorial board member of Lexis PSL. Ian was voted Insolvency Practitioner of the year in 2011.
About the Partners and sponsors
CVR Global is a leading independent firm of insolvency practitioners, specialising in reconstruction, financial distress, fraud and asset recovery, business disputes, and pension covenant reviews.
Aon provides a broad range of risk, retirement and health solutions. Our industry data and analytics deliver’s insights to clients, helping reduce volatility and improve performance.
Call 01622 437014 for details on sponsorship opportunities at the next event or email: email@example.com
Venue address and directions
122 Leadenhall Street, also known as the Leadenhall Building, is a skyscraper in London that is 225 metres (738 ft) tall. It opened in July 2014 and was designed by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners; it is known informally as The Cheesegrater because of its distinctive wedge shape similar to that of the kitchen utensil with the same name.
Directions: Nearest tube and mainline train station: Liverpool Street. For more information click here.