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  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 05/18/2022

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase. About the Webinar Gentelligent people know how to break down barriers of intergenerational tension and bias, while building capacity to leverage intergenerational strength and power. Join Creativia’s Mary Cooney, PhD, as she uses case studies and input from the group to build confidence in daily use of Gentelligence practices: Resist Assumptions Adjust the Lens Strengthen Trust Expand the Pie

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

    About the Webinar

    Gentelligent people know how to break down barriers of intergenerational tension and bias, while building capacity to leverage intergenerational strength and power. Join Creativia’s Mary Cooney, PhD, as she uses case studies and input from the group to build confidence in daily use of Gentelligence practices:

    • Resist Assumptions
    • Adjust the Lens
    • Strengthen Trust
    • Expand the Pie

    About the Speakers

    Mary Cooney, Ph.D., Founder of Creativia

    Mary Cooney

    As a Boomer with a long track record of teaching Millennials and Gen Z's, Mary Cooney can share from experience the disconnect she initially felt when she engaged with Millennials in the university. Mary learned to bridge the generation gap successfully. She has translated her experience into interactive trainings for those who want to create a Gentelligent work culture.

    Gentelligence® is a registered trademark of The Gerhardt Group, LLC.

     

    Webinar Access

    Login instructions are sent to the registered attendees email address in a calendar invitation at the time of registration.

    Please email Conventions_Info@nacm.org with questions.

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 05/09/2022

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase. Attend this webinar for an introduction to and overview of the Bankruptcy Code and its impact on trade creditors. Topics include an overview of the different Bankruptcy Code chapters: 7, 11, 12, 13 and 15; requirements for participating in involuntary bankruptcy filings; importance of first day motions, such as DIP financing/cash collateral; access to information about a bankruptcy case; the claims priority ladder; risks of extending credit to Chapter 11 debtors; critical vendor treatment; rules for filing proofs of claim and for asserting 503(b)(9) priority claims; litigation issues relating to 503(b)9) priority claims and reclamation rights; defending preference claims; and (time permitting) Section 363 asset sales vs. plans of reorganization and Sub Chapter 5 small business debtor cases.

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


    Attend this webinar for an introduction to and overview of the Bankruptcy Code and its impact on trade creditors. Topics include an overview of the different Bankruptcy Code chapters: 7, 11, 12, 13 and 15; requirements for participating in involuntary bankruptcy filings; importance of first day motions, such as DIP financing/cash collateral; access to information about a bankruptcy case; the claims priority ladder; risks of extending credit to Chapter 11 debtors; critical vendor treatment; rules for filing proofs of claim and for asserting 503(b)(9) priority claims; litigation issues relating to 503(b)9) priority claims and reclamation rights; defending preference claims; and (time permitting) Section 363 asset sales vs. plans of reorganization and Sub Chapter 5 small business debtor cases.

    Speaker Bios:

    Bruce Nathan, Esq.

    Partner, Bankruptcy & Restructuring Department    

    With more than 35 years of experience in the bankruptcy and insolvency field, Bruce Nathan is a recognized leader nationwide in trade creditor rights and representation of trade creditors in bankruptcy and other legal matters. He has represented trade and other unsecured creditors, unsecured creditors' committees, secured creditors, and other interested parties in many of the larger Chapter 11 cases that have been filed. Bruce also handles letters of credit, guarantees, security, consignment, bailment, tolling, and other agreements and legal credit issues for the credit departments of institutional clients.  

    Among his various legal recognitions, Bruce received the Top Hat Award in 2011, a prestigious annual award honoring extraordinary executives and professionals in the credit industry. He was co-chair of the Avoiding Powers Committee, which worked with the American Bankruptcy Institute's (ABI) Commission to Study the Reform of Chapter 11, participated in ABI's Great Debates at its 2010 Annual Spring Meeting—arguing against repeal of the special BAPCPA protections for goods providers and commercial lessors—and was a panelist for a session sponsored by ABI. He is a frequent presenter at industry conferences throughout the country, as well as a prolific author regarding bankruptcy and creditors' rights topics in various legal and trade publications. Bruce is a co-author of Trade Creditor Remedies Manual: Trade Creditors' Rights under the UCC and the U.S Bankruptcy Code, published by ABI at the end of 2011. He also has contributed to ABI Journal and is a former member of ABI's Board of Directors and former co-chair of ABI's Unsecured Trade Creditors Committee.  

    Andrew Behlmann, Esq.

    Partner, Bankruptcy & Restructuring Department  

    Andrew Behlmann leverages his background in corporate finance and management to approach restructuring problems, both in and out of court, from a practical, results-oriented perspective. With a focus on building consensus among multiple parties that have competing priorities, Andrew is equally at home both in and out of the courtroom. He has a track record of turning financial distress into positive business outcomes. Clients value his counsel in complex Chapter 11 cases, where he represents debtors, creditors' committees, purchasers and investors. Andrew writes and speaks frequently about bankruptcy matters and financial issues. Before becoming a lawyer, he worked in senior financial management at a midsize, privately held company.  

    Michael Papandrea, Esq.

    Counsel, Bankruptcy & Restructuring Department  

    Michael Papandrea provides counsel to debtors, creditors’ committees, individual creditors, liquidating trustees and other interested parties with respect to corporate bankruptcy and creditors’ rights matters, including bankruptcy-related litigation.  

    Reliable and efficient, Michael is appreciated for his innate ability to effectively apply and communicate his understanding of the law and general business principles with respect to complex issues, both while providing advice to clients and while aggressively advocating on their behalf. Michael works tirelessly to understand clients’ needs and provide practical solutions that are reasonable, balanced, and favorable to the clients he serves.  

    Michael takes pride in his commitment to the community and provides pro bono representation to individuals and a nonprofit organization regarding bankruptcy and foreclosure-related matters.  

    Prior to joining the firm, Michael held multiple clerkships in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court; he clerked for the Hon. Jerrold N. Poslusny, Jr. (District of New Jersey), the Hon. Ashely M. Chan (Eastern District of Pennsylvania) and the Hon. Gloria M. Burns (Chief Judge, District of New Jersey). Michael applies the valuable insights learned from working closely and directly with these members of the judiciary to his everyday practice.  

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/27/2022

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase. Each generation tends to view itself and the world differently. Attend this webinar and learn about the five generations that make up the workforce and why generational differences matter. This webinar will cover: Benefits of generational diversity Consequences of ignoring generational differences How to overcome the challenges of generational diversity

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


    Each generation tends to view itself and the world differently. Attend this webinar and learn about the five generations that make up the workforce and why generational differences matter. 

     

    This webinar will cover:

    Benefits of generational diversity

    Consequences of ignoring generational differences

    How to overcome the challenges of generational diversity

    About the Speakers

    Mary Cooney, Ph.D., Founder of Creativia

    Mary Cooney

    As a Boomer with a long track record of teaching Millennials and Gen Z's, Mary Cooney can share from experience the disconnect she initially felt when she engaged with Millennials in the university. Mary learned to bridge the generation gap successfully. She has translated her experience into interactive trainings for those who want to create a Gentelligent work culture.

    Gentelligence® is a registered trademark of The Gerhardt Group, LLC.


  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/25/2022

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase. About the Webinar Despite its many perilous challenges, 2021 ended on an optimistic note as post-lockdown demand grew in the chemicals and linked end-use industries. Even with ongoing supply chain issues and global economic uncertainty, the chemicals industry is well-prepared to weather the challenges it faces in 2022. Join FCIB and guest speaker, Martha Moore, Chief Economist and Managing Director of the American Chemistry Council as she discusses the risks, opportunities, and challenges facing the industry, and answers your questions about what to expect in 2022 and beyond.

    About the Webinar

    Despite its many perilous challenges, 2021 ended on an optimistic note as post-lockdown demand grew in the chemicals and linked end-use industries. Even with ongoing supply chain issues and global economic uncertainty, the chemicals industry is well-prepared to weather the challenges it faces in 2022. Join FCIB and guest speaker, Martha Moore, Chief Economist and Managing Director of the American Chemistry Council as she discusses the risks, opportunities, and challenges facing the industry, and answers your questions about what to expect in 2022 and beyond.

     

    About the Speaker

    Martha Gilchrist Moore, Chief Economist & Managing Director, Economics & Statistics, American Chemistry Council

    Martha Gilchrist Moore is the Chief Economist and Managing Director for Economics and Statistics at the American Chemistry Council. Ms. Moore analyzes the impact of various policy initiatives and energy trends on the chemical industry. In addition, she produces forecasts for the economy and chemical industry. She also directs the Council's research on the direct and indirect economic contributions of the business of chemistry and the benefits to consumers. Ms. Moore has worked on chemical industry issues for more than 25 years and is an authority on the market dynamics for the chemical industry and its end-use customer industries. Ms. Moore holds a master's degree in economics from Indiana University and is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She is a member of the National Association for Business Economics and the US Association for Energy Economics (USAEE) and serves on the board of the National Capital Area Chapter of USAEE.

     

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/19/2022

    One of the main purposes of cash collection is to maximize cash flow, but the best collection tactics are not always straightforward. In order to become a successful collector, credit professionals need to understand customer behavior, the end-to-end cash cycle and disputes—just to name a few things. This webinar will provide a detailed look at collection strategies and take a deep dive into best practices for dispute management. Topics to be covered: Why dispute management is important for collectors? Types of main barriers to dispute management in collections How to handle disputes Impact of disputes in O2C Disputes and relationship management

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

    One of the main purposes of cash collection is to maximize cash flow, but the best collection tactics are not always straightforward. In order to become a successful collector, credit professionals need to understand customer behavior, the end-to-end cash cycle and disputes—just to name a few things. This webinar will provide a detailed look at collection strategies and take a deep dive into best practices for dispute management. 

    Topics to be covered:

    • Why dispute management is important for collectors?
    • Types of main barriers to dispute management in collections
    • How to handle disputes
    • Impact of disputes in O2C
    • Disputes and relationship management

    About the Speakers

    Suleman Ali Qureshi, Nokia

    Mary Cooney

    Suleman Ali Qureshi is the Global Process owner for Cash Collections & Region Lead Europe Cash Collections for Nokia based in Hungary, Budapest. In his role, he leads receivable management with extensive international experience of managing multi Million Euro Businesses. Suleman holds a Master's degree in Business Administration. He is committed to education and training on multiple platforms outside of the office, and if you challenge him on Star Wars trivia, he will win.

     

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/18/2022

    It is not a secret that contractors have it rough in California. Sacramento regularly imposes new license requirements on contractors doing business in the state, and the businesses that do business with them must understand the potential risks and legal issues that face their customers and how to mitigate such financial risk. In this webinar, attorney Christopher Ng will explore the basics of California contractor’s license law, discuss how to discern whether your customer is a licensed contractor and explore risk management tools when dealing with contractors. This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase.

    It is not a secret that contractors have it rough in California. Sacramento regularly imposes new license requirements on contractors doing business in the state, and the businesses that do business with them must understand the potential risks and legal issues that face their customers and how to mitigate such financial risk.

    In this webinar, attorney Christopher Ng will explore the basics of California contractor’s license law, discuss how to discern whether your customer is a licensed contractor and explore risk management tools when dealing with contractors.

    About the Speaker

    Christopher Ng, Gibbs Giden Locher Turner Senet & Wittbrodt LLP 

    Christopher NgChristopher Ng is an equity partner, executive committee member and the managing partner of Gibbs Giden. Chris primarily represents companies in a wide range of business, commercial and construction negotiations and disputes. Chris is a member of the State Bar of California and District of Columbia and licensed to practice in all California state and federal courts. Chris is also an educator, active speaker, published author and frequent contributor to local, regional and national legal publications. For his achievements, Chris has been named to the “Rising Star” and “Super Lawyers” lists by Los Angeles Magazine and Super Lawyers® (Thomson/Reuters) regularly since 2009 (including again in 2020), a distinction conferred upon less than 5% of all California attorneys. Chris also was named the 2015-16 “Educator of the Year” by Credit Management Association (CMA).

    Chris is nationally recognized in the field of construction law and regularly pens articles and contributes to treatises for construction industry professionals and other lawyers including publications by ENR Engineering News-Record, Wolters Kluwer Law & Business (California Construction Law), BNi® (Acret’s California Mechanics Lien Laws), the California Continuing Education of the Bar (CEB) (California Mechanics Liens and Related Construction Remedies and California Construction Contracts, Defects and Litigation) and the American Bar Association (ABA) Forum on the Construction Industry.

    In addition to his current position as an Adjunct Professor of Business Law at the School of Business and Economics at California State University Northridge, Chris has taught the Legal Environment of Business at Pepperdine University and has been a guest lecturer of construction law at Loyola Law School (Los Angeles). 

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

     

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/14/2022

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase. Sales and credit and collections are two sides of the same coin. Join American Tire Distributors’ Mark Levin, CCE, as he discusses the tensions that exist between the two teams, the underlying causes, and best practices to build trust and partnership. Find out how the credit and collections department can add value to the sales process and the enterprise as a whole.

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


    Sales and credit and collections are two sides of the same coin. Join American Tire Distributors’ Mark Levin, CCE, as he discusses the tensions that exist between the two teams, the underlying causes, and best practices to build trust and partnership. Find out how the credit and collections department can add value to the sales process and the enterprise as a whole.

    About the Speaker

    Mark Levine, CCE, MBA, Credit Risk Manager, American Tire Distributors, Inc., Huntersville, NC

    Mark Levine

    Mark has held various positions within the credit and collections field. He has served as a national credit manager, director of credit and credit risk manager for a number of domestic and international businesses. Mark has a bachelor’s of art in international relations from Boston University. After graduation, he started a consulting business, providing continuing education and support services to CPAs. He later served in the mortgage industry as a loan officer, eventually moving up to partner, in a small boutique mortgage brokerage. Mark returned to school for a master’s in business administration; and during the Great Recession of 2008, he left the mortgage and real estate field and moved into corporate credit.

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/12/2022

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase. Join EXIM’s Mark Klein, CICP, for a discussion about how the Export-Import Bank of the United States’ export credit Insurance can provide credit terms to foreign buyers and protect against foreign buyer nonpayment. EXIM supports exporters of U.S. made products and services and is an independent U.S. federal government agency.

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

    Join EXIM’s Mark Klein, CICP, for a discussion about how the Export-Import Bank of the United States’ export credit Insurance can provide credit terms to foreign buyers and protect against foreign buyer nonpayment. EXIM supports exporters of U.S. made products and services and is an independent U.S. federal government agency.

    About the Speaker

    Mark E. Klein, CICP, Managing Director, Lender Accounts Export-Import Bank of the United States

    Mark Klein

    Mark E. Klein works closely with lenders throughout the United States and promotes EXIM’s products and services that benefit both banks and their exporting customers. Mark also maintains regional director responsibilities and works with exporters of all sizes throughout the Midwest. He focuses primarily on Kentucky, Ohio, Missouri and Kansas markets, but he also works with companies located throughout the 19 state territories of the Central Regional Office. Mark has been with EXIM Bank for more than 11 years.

    Prior to joining EX-IM Bank, Mark was an international banking services specialist for three commercial banks and worked with exporters in Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, Tennessee and West Virginia. Mark counseled these exporters on a variety of issues including, but not limited to, letters of credit, foreign exchange risk mitigation and export credit insurance.

    Mark is a graduate of the University of Louisville, both undergraduate and MBA, and holds the Certified International Credit Professional (CICP) certification from FCIB.  Mark currently resides in Louisville, KY.

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/07/2022

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase. The short-term outlook for Mexico points to a fragile economic recovery in 2022, as issues in the global supply chains and uncertainty in the labor market are likely to persist for some time, says Deloitte. This webinar will help you identify the key information you should consider when evaluating and selling to prospective buyers in Mexico on trade credit so that you can build a strong due diligence strategy. Learn about the latest databases to obtain this information for free online, or via low-cost service-providers or professionals.

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

    The short-term outlook for Mexico points to a fragile economic recovery in 2022, as issues in the global supply chains and uncertainty in the labor market are likely to persist for some time, says Deloitte.

    This webinar will help you identify the key information you should consider when evaluating and selling to prospective buyers in Mexico on trade credit so that you can build a strong due diligence strategy. Learn about the latest databases to obtain this information for free online, or via low-cost service-providers or professionals.

    About the Speaker

    Romelio Hernandez, President, HMH Legal S.C., Tijuana-Baja California, Mexico

    Romelio Hernandez is president at HMH Legal, a law firm that focuses on creditor protection in Mexico and Latin America, with debt collection, litigation, secure transactions and due diligence investigation services. Based in Tijuana-Baja California, México, Romelio works extensively with foreign firms, exporting companies and collection agencies, assisting them with out-of-court and legal collection efforts throughout the region. His more than 20-year litigation experience and exposure to international commercial law has allowed him to guide foreign firms in mitigating the risks of selling or extending loans internationally. Romelio graduated from Universidad Autónoma de Baja California and was admitted to practice law in Mexico in 1997. He holds a masters’ degree in comparative law (LL.M.) from the University of San Diego School of Law (2011).

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/06/2022

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase. Email has become a normal part of doing business. It’s hard to imagine a company that doesn’t use it for most of its internal and external communications. Communicating well via email, however, takes skill. Join Bell Nunnally’s Karen Hart, Esq., as she shares best practices for business communications for credit managers, with an eye toward minimizing legal risk and helping your company’s position and claims in court.

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

    Email has become a normal part of doing business. It’s hard to imagine a company that doesn’t use it for most of its internal and external communications. Communicating well via email, however, takes skill.

    Join Bell Nunnally’s Karen Hart, Esq., as she shares best practices for business communications for credit managers, with an eye toward minimizing legal risk and helping your company’s position and claims in court.

    About the Speaker

    Karen Hart, Esq., Bell Nunnally Attorneys & Counselors

    Antje Seiffert Murphy Karen Hart, Esq. is a business attorney with more than 15 years of experience litigating commercial disputes. Karen counsels clients on real estate and landlord-tenant matters as well as various contract and business disputes. She provides guidance on business legal matters such as specific performance claims; lien and bond claims; lien priority disputes; promissory note claims; commercial foreclosures, bankruptcy claims; and business tort claims, including tortious interference with contracts and business relationships, civil theft, fraud, and misappropriation of trade secret claims.  

    Karen also handles international dispute resolution, including international litigation, arbitration and mediation. She uses creative pre-litigation negotiation and risk management techniques to keep her clients out of court, and employs innovative asset investigation and preservation and judgment enforcement tactics, including domestications and international enforcement of judgments and arbitral awards.