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  • LC Series- Roles and Responsibilities of Banks in the Payment Process

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/21/2021

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase. Topics that will be addressed during this webinar: How Many Banks Should Be Involved In A Transaction? Are All Banks The Same? Does It Matter What Bank You Use? What Are The Banks Most Concerned About? What Are The Responsibilities Of Banks In A Letter Of Credit? Why Do Banks Charge Letter Of Credit Fees? Are Bank Fees Excessive? Can You Negotiate Fees With Banks? Will Banks Help You With Your Letters Of Credit? Banks Aren’t Your Enemy – Understand Why! Learn To Talk To A Bank To Get What You Want! Understand How To Set Up The Banks For Efficient Payment

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase.

    Topics that will be addressed during this webinar:

    • How Many Banks Should Be Involved In A Transaction?
    • Are All Banks The Same?
    • Does It Matter What Bank You Use?
    • What Are The Banks Most Concerned About?
    • What Are The Responsibilities Of Banks In A Letter Of Credit?
    • Why Do Banks Charge Letter Of Credit Fees?
    • Are Bank Fees Excessive?
    • Can You Negotiate Fees With Banks?
    • Will Banks Help You With Your Letters Of Credit?
    • Banks Aren’t Your Enemy – Understand Why!
    • Learn To Talk To A Bank To Get What You Want!
    • Understand How To Set Up The Banks For Efficient Payment

    About the Speaker

    thumbnail DSC 6210 EditRichard “Chip” Thomas, General Manager, American Export Training Institute, West Chester, PA

    During his banking career, Chip Thomas developed a skill in training and was responsible for international product and service training for Mellon Bank’s customers and employees. He left banking in early 1995 to pursue his interest in training by helping to establish the American Export Training Institute (AETI), which provides practical training in export finance to corporations and financial institutions throughout the U.S. and Canada. Chip is co-author of the Trade Finance Handbook, Thomson, 2005. The book is targeted to small and mid-size companies interested in how to effectively enter the international trade arena.

    Chip’s interest in international affairs and cultures began in high school where he had the opportunity to finish his junior and senior years at a private school in Zimbabwe, Africa. He finished his B.A. from So. Illinois University in 1969, majoring in economics and history, and completed a master’s degree in 1975 from the Thunderbird Graduate School of International Management. After his undergraduate degree, Chip spent two and a half years working in Colombia, S.A., with the Peace Corps, followed by another two years in Colombia with the U.S. Information Agency (USIA).

    Upon returning to the U.S. and completing his graduate studies, he entered a 22-year career in international banking, specializing in international trade and finance. This work led to extensive international travel, with a two-year assignment working and living in Mexico. Chip speaks fluent Spanish.

  • Working Securely in a Remote World

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/20/2021

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase. Working Securely in a Remote World, will include easy and common precautions employees and companies alike can take to ensure their information remains secure. Her stories and insights on how small changes in security could help avoid security incidents that expose your information.

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase. 

    Working Securely in a Remote World, will include easy and common precautions employees and companies alike can take to ensure their information remains secure. Her stories and insights on how small changes in security could help avoid security incidents that expose your information.

    About the Speaker

    Trisha Dixon, Vice President, Cybersecurity Services, Atlantic Data Forensics

    Trish DixonTrisha Dixon has more than 26 years of experience in security, cyber operations, threat intelligence and leadership. She is responsible for expanding the services such as incident response and business continuity training offered by Atlantic Data Forensics, a specialized services company that provides digital forensics, e-discovery, expert witness and cybercrime services to corporate and government clients. Prior, Trisha served as vice present of the cyber operations center at IronNet Cybersecurity Inc. in Fulton, MD. She designed and built out a robust security operations center with teams dedicated to conducting fusion of threat intelligence, implementation of mitigation efforts and analysis of cyber events across company and client networks. Her team provided oversight of the company’s critical infrastructure and implemented security controls and policies, which led to certifications in ISO27001/SOC2, GDPR and FedRAMP. She structured a services aspect to security operations, which provided customer training and threat hunting across their networks. Trisha retired from the U.S. Navy as a Chief Warrant Officer 3. With more than 21 years as a cryptologist, she served as a technical advisor, senior signals and collection analyst, acquisition specialist, policy review and oversight specialist, and manager of interactive cyber operations within a distributed operations network worldwide.

     

  • LC Series- Letter of Credit Documentation: How to Avoid Discrepancies

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/19/2021

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase. Topics that will be addressed during the webinar: Why Documentation Is Necessary They Are Required For Payment! What Documentation Should Be Required? Only Documents Legally Required By Customs In Buyer’s Country Documentation Rule: Keep It Simple, I.E., Minimal Documents Please! What Is A Discrepancy? Why Do Banks Always Seem To Find Them? The Common Causes Of Discrepancies. How To Avoid Discrepancies What To Do When Discrepancies Occur Why You Should Control The Number Of Documents How To Control What Documents Are Permissible Never Consign Bills Of Lading/Shipping Documents To The Buyer Why You Should Never Send Documents “On Approval”

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase.

    Topics that will be addressed during the webinar:

    • Why Documentation Is Necessary
      • They Are Required For Payment!
    • What Documentation Should Be Required?
      • Only Documents Legally Required By Customs In Buyer’s Country
    • Documentation Rule: Keep It Simple, I.E., Minimal Documents Please!
    • What Is A Discrepancy?
    • Why Do Banks Always Seem To Find Them?
    • The Common Causes Of Discrepancies.
    • How To Avoid Discrepancies
    • What To Do When Discrepancies Occur
    • Why You Should Control The Number Of Documents
    • How To Control What Documents Are Permissible
    • Never Consign Bills Of Lading/Shipping Documents To The Buyer
    • Why You Should Never Send Documents “On Approval”

    About the Speaker

    thumbnail DSC 6210 EditRichard “Chip” Thomas, General Manager, American Export Training Institute, West Chester, PA

    During his banking career, Chip Thomas developed a skill in training and was responsible for international product and service training for Mellon Bank’s customers and employees. He left banking in early 1995 to pursue his interest in training by helping to establish the American Export Training Institute (AETI), which provides practical training in export finance to corporations and financial institutions throughout the U.S. and Canada. Chip is co-author of the Trade Finance Handbook, Thomson, 2005. The book is targeted to small and mid-size companies interested in how to effectively enter the international trade arena.

    Chip’s interest in international affairs and cultures began in high school where he had the opportunity to finish his junior and senior years at a private school in Zimbabwe, Africa. He finished his B.A. from So. Illinois University in 1969, majoring in economics and history, and completed a master’s degree in 1975 from the Thunderbird Graduate School of International Management. After his undergraduate degree, Chip spent two and a half years working in Colombia, S.A., with the Peace Corps, followed by another two years in Colombia with the U.S. Information Agency (USIA).

    Upon returning to the U.S. and completing his graduate studies, he entered a 22-year career in international banking, specializing in international trade and finance. This work led to extensive international travel, with a two-year assignment working and living in Mexico. Chip speaks fluent Spanish.

  • How China’s Corporate Social Credit System Impacts Your Dealings with China

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/18/2021

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase. China’s social credit system made headlines around the world as being the first comprehensive system to rate citizens behavior. Within the scheme is the corporate social credit system (CSCS). CSCS rates business’ behavior using big data sourced from various government bureaus and levels from across the country, which is then compiled into one score. The score given to Chinese companies (both foreign and Chinese owned) will not only impact their own ease of doing business, but also can impact—negatively or positively—the companies they do business with abroad. What do businesses outside and in China need to understand about CSCS? In this webinar, Kyle Freeman, Partner of Dezan Shira & Associates, will introduce the system, how it will impact companies and what actions can be taken to reduce risk and take advantage of opportunities. Topics: What is China’s corporate social credit system (CSCS) and how is it structured How will CSCS impact companies How to reduce risk and take advantage of opportunities relating to CSCS

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase.

    China’s social credit system made headlines around the world as being the first comprehensive system to rate citizens behavior. Within the scheme is the corporate social credit system (CSCS). CSCS rates business’ behavior using big data sourced from various government bureaus and levels from across the country, which is then compiled into one score. 

    The score given to Chinese companies (both foreign and Chinese owned) will not only impact their own ease of doing business, but also can impact—negatively or positively—the companies they do business with abroad.

    What do businesses outside and in China need to understand about CSCS? In this webinar, Kyle Freeman, Partner of Dezan Shira & Associates, will introduce the system, how it will impact companies and what actions can be taken to reduce risk and take advantage of opportunities.

    Topics:

    • What is China’s corporate social credit system (CSCS) and how is it structured
    • How will CSCS impact companies 
    • How to reduce risk and take advantage of opportunities relating to CSCS 

    About the Speaker

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    Kyle Freeman is a partner at Dezan Shira & Associates and leads the International Business Advisory team in North China as well as the firm's North American client services desk in Asia. He advises clients on market entry strategy, corporate structuring and establishment, and related tax and legal issues concerning investment in China, Hong Kong and Southeast Asia.

    Prior to joining Dezan Shira & Associates, Kyle worked in government relations and China trade policy for various public and private organizations. His work included assisting in high-level U.S.-China bilateral trade dialogues and organizing public-private cooperation programs to promote U.S. and foreign investment in China.

  • Hurricanes, Tornadoes, Earthquakes & a Pandemic, Oh My! Collection Techniques After a Disaster

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/06/2021

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase. Under normal circumstances, credit professionals already have challenging jobs. Throw in a natural disaster or pandemic and the challenges grow exponentially. Join Jameson & Dunagan’s Christopher Jameson to gain best practices on how to manage these types of events. This webinar will cover: What to expect How to handle the fallout Tips for resuming collection attempts Planning ahead

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase.

    Under normal circumstances, credit professionals already have challenging jobs. Throw in a natural disaster or pandemic and the challenges grow exponentially.

    Join Jameson & Dunagan’s Christopher Jameson to gain best practices on how to manage these types of events. This webinar will cover:

    • What to expect
    • How to handle the fallout
    • Tips for resuming collection attempts
    • Planning ahead  

    About the Speaker

    Christopher Jameson, Esq., Jameson & Dunagan, PC


    Christopher J. Jameson is a Partner with Jameson & Dunagan, PC, where he practices in the areas of Commercial Collections, Construction Law, Lien Law, Creditor Bankruptcy and Creditor’s Rights. He is a frequent lecturer for credit professional groups and continuing legal education seminars on topics related to Collections, Texas Exemptions and Receiverships. He routinely advises credit departments on credit and collection procedures. Mr. Jameson has tried cases at every court level in the state of Texas. He achieved a Martindale-Hubbell AV Peer Review Rating, which is awarded to only those lawyers with the highest ethical standards and professional ability. Only 10% of attorneys have achieved this prestigious honor. He is admitted to practice in the Northern, Southern, Western and Eastern Districts of Texas. He is a member of the Commercial Law League of America and the International Association of Commercial Collectors. He earned his B.A. from the University of Kansas and his J.D. degree from the University of Tulsa Law School.
  • Insolvency in Brazil

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/05/2021

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase. In January, a comprehensive reform of the Brazilian bankruptcy law came into force. The reform was intended to modernize and improve Brazil’s 2005 bankruptcy law, thus providing a more efficient, predictable and safe environment for all stakeholders. Hear from an in-country attorney about the main changes to the law and new features, including but not limited to: 1. Financing of companies under reorganization, super priority and legal instruments to protect the investment 2. Sale of assets free and clear in reorganization proceedings 3. Creditors’ alternative restructuring plan in reorganization proceedings 4. Expedited sale of assets and liquidation plan in bankruptcy liquidation proceedings 5. Cross-border rules to recognize foreign insolvency proceedings and applicable reliefs

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase.

    In January, a comprehensive reform of the Brazilian bankruptcy law came into force. The reform was intended to modernize and improve Brazil’s 2005 bankruptcy law, thus providing a more efficient, predictable and safe environment for all stakeholders. Hear from an in-country attorney about the main changes to the law and new features, including but not limited to:

    1. Financing of companies under reorganization, super priority and legal instruments to protect the investment
    2. Sale of assets free and clear in reorganization proceedings
    3. Creditors’ alternative restructuring plan in reorganization proceedings
    4. Expedited sale of assets and liquidation plan in bankruptcy liquidation proceedings
    5. Cross-border rules to recognize foreign insolvency proceedings and applicable reliefs

    About the Speaker

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    Julia Tamer Langen is a senior associate in the restructuring and insolvency practice of Veirano Advogados in São Paulo, with over 13 years’ experience in insolvency cases. She advises local and foreign creditors in out-of-court debt restructurings, judicial and prepackage reorganizations (recuperação judicial e extrajudicial), and bankruptcy liquidations.  Her recent experience includes representing lender groups, bondholders, distressed investors and debtors in restructuring and judicial reorganization proceedings, as well as advising investors interested in acquiring assets in judicial reorganization proceedings. Julia earned an LLM in Commercial Law from t

  • Merchant 102

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/27/2021

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase. Let’s continue the discussion to unlock the mysteries of credit card processing (merchant services) by joining Fiserv for a Merchant 102 discussion. Our discussion will include the following. CardConnect Virtual Terminal Demo PCI Compliance Merchant application underwriting and risk requirements Card transaction flow How to protect card data

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase.

    Let’s continue the discussion to unlock the mysteries of credit card processing (merchant services) by joining Fiserv for a Merchant 102 discussion. Our discussion will include the following.

    • CardConnect Virtual Terminal Demo
    • PCI Compliance
    • Merchant application underwriting and risk requirements
    • Card transaction flow
    • How to protect card data

    About the Speaker

    Lisa Killingsworth-Cohen

    imageLisa Killingsworth-Cohen is the Mid-Market Sales Executive, Commercial Banking for Fiserv.

    Previously, she was Vice President and Commercial Merchant Sales Manager with BBVA Compass. She has more than 10 years of progressive experience in the financial services industry, with expertise in the sale of digital payments solutions. Lisa attended The University of Texas at Austin - The Red McCombs School of Business for Executive Education.   

  • Understanding the Current Seismic Shift in Today’s Credit Management Skills

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/22/2021

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase. In the ever-changing technology world, credit is experiencing a seismic shift in how processes work and the required skills to produce results. Join Pam Krank as she discusses skill sets that are essential to keep up with how credit departments are growing and the changing needs of managing accounts receivable assets. Pam also will discuss how you can fill “digital finance” skills gaps demanded by CFOs and their 2021 priorities: Cost reduction to drive growth Digitalization initiatives Improving effectiveness Advanced data analytics

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase.

    In the ever-changing technology world, credit is experiencing a seismic shift in how processes work and the required skills to produce results. Join Pam Krank as she discusses skill sets that are essential to keep up with how credit departments are growing and the changing needs of managing accounts receivable assets. Pam also will discuss how you can fill “digital finance” skills gaps demanded by CFOs and their 2021 priorities:

    • Cost reduction to drive growth
    • Digitalization initiatives
    • Improving effectiveness
    • Advanced data analytics

    About the Speaker

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    Pam Krank, President of The Credit Department, Inc.

    Pam Krank started The Credit Department, Inc., also known as TCD, in 992. The trade receivables management outsourcing firm’s team of 27 credit professionals currently manages nearly $1 billion in commercial client trade receivables assets daily. TCD’s mission is to help global clients maximize cash flow and earnings by providing outsourced, automated and virtual commercial credit department services delivered through its hosted cloud platform, SMART.  As a top expert in the field of trade receivables management, Pam is called on to professionalize private equity owned, privately held, and publicly traded companies’ trade receivables assets to achieve best-in-class results. 

    Prior to starting TCD, Pam was a credit supervisor at the Fortune 100 Company, 3M, for 13 years. Her 40 years of global trade credit management experience working in and consulting with over 500 manufacturers, distributors and service companies represent an unparalleled level of experience and expertise in the industry. 

  • Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning in Credit Risk Management

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/20/2021

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase. In an age of automation and digitalization, the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) is now mainstream in our society. It delivers tangible benefits in risk management: AI and ML are increasingly able improve the accuracy of risk estimation models, automate repetitive processes and accelerate risk-based decision making. However, great technologies are not without risks. It raises a fundamental question for high stakes decisions: If we don’t fully understand the workings of AI, how can we trust it? The trust issue is further highlighted by a range of challenges with AI in the news: from data privacy concerns to how do we explain black box algorithms and decisions to stakeholders. How can firms build trust and confidence in AI and ML with the right models, controls and intrinsic explainability? The talk will highlight cases where AI and ML are delivering value to the risk function, and discuss global industry practices to address bias or fairness and how current model governance frameworks can be extended to safeguard the responsible use of AI and ML.

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase.

    In an age of automation and digitalization, the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) is now mainstream in our society. It delivers tangible benefits in risk management: AI and ML are increasingly able improve the accuracy of risk estimation models, automate repetitive processes and accelerate risk-based decision making.

    However, great technologies are not without risks. It raises a fundamental question for high stakes decisions: If we don’t fully understand the workings of AI, how can we trust it? The trust issue is further highlighted by a range of challenges with AI in the news: from data privacy concerns to how do we explain black box algorithms and decisions to stakeholders.

    How can firms build trust and confidence in AI and ML with the right models, controls and intrinsic explainability? The talk will highlight cases where AI and ML are delivering value to the risk function, and discuss global industry practices to address bias or fairness and how current model governance frameworks can be extended to safeguard the responsible use of AI and ML. 

    About the Speaker

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    Terisa Roberts, Director and Global Solution Lead, SAS

    Terisa Roberts is a director and global solution lead for risk modeling and decisioning at SAS. Terisa has extensive experience in quantitative risk management, regulatory compliance and model governance and validation. She has worked in financial services, telecommunications, government, energy and retail sectors.

    She advises banks and regulators around the world on best practices topics in risk modeling and decisioning and the responsible use of artificial intelligence and machine learning. She regularly speaks at international conferences on the application of innovative models in risk management and holds a Ph.D. in operations research and informatics. Terisa lives in Sydney, Australia with her family.

  • Financial Shenanigans & Case Study

    Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/16/2021

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase. Financial shenanigans can range from creative interpretation of accounting rules to outright fraud. These change the company's credit risk, often making it look healthier than it is, and the issues can go undetected for many years. Financial shenanigans pose significant analytical challenges to credit professionals and have caused sizeable losses to the credit and investor community. Join Antje Seiffert Murphy, CFA, as she addresses different types of financial shenanigans and ways to detect them. Antje will work through a hypothetical case study to demonstrate how financial shenanigans can significantly alter how financially healthy a company could appear.

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase.

    Financial shenanigans can range from creative interpretation of accounting rules to outright fraud. These change the company's credit risk, often making it look healthier than it is, and the issues can go undetected for many years. Financial shenanigans pose significant analytical challenges to credit professionals and have caused sizeable losses to the credit and investor community.

    Join Antje Seiffert Murphy, CFA, as she addresses different types of financial shenanigans and ways to detect them. Antje will work through a hypothetical case study to demonstrate how financial shenanigans can significantly alter how financially healthy a company could appear.

    About the Speaker

    Antje Seiffert-Murphy, CFA, Hannover Re US

    Antje Seiffert-Murphy is a CFA® Charterholder. She is presently working for Hannover Re US as market representative covering Trade Credit, Surety and Political Risk. Antje has wide experience in trade credit, political risk and surety underwriting, and has worked across numerous industries and countries. Her knowledge in both primary and reinsurance trade credit underwriting extends from her time as a reinsurance underwriter in Hannover, Germany, and primary risk underwriting capacities in New York.