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  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 07/13/2022

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase. About the Webinar Boost cash flow, create greater financial flexibility and drive critical decision-making—this is the untapped potential of accounts receivable. At a moment when organizations are facing unprecedented disruption, it’s time to move from process to progress and go well beyond the collection process to build greater financial resilience. Join this webinar to learn how organizations are: Transforming the way work is done to enable AR professionals to use their skills and expertise to unlock greater value for the business Diving into a wealth of data to understand how customer behaviors impact revenue, cashflow and working capital Moving to a different beat to impact key financial statements

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 01/22/2019

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase and you may watch the on-demand webinar as many times as you like. Innovations in trade finance are making headlines. Transaction analytics, platform-based communities, data technologies, artificial intelligence, machine learning and blockchain infrastructures are upgrading global trade finance practices and contributing to financial inclusion. How can all of the players in the trade ecosystem benefit from those innovations today? Will current trade finance practices be rendered obsolete in the future digital era, or will technology enable an incremental upgrade of established practices? How can banks and corporates develop their own ROI-driven fintech adoption plan? This webinar will provide an introduction to actionable fintech innovations in trade and supply chain finance. It will feature selected fintechs addressing corporate needs in key areas: pricing the risk of trade, enhancing credit management with data and machine learning, and automating trade finance operations.

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 04/20/2017

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase and you may watch the on-demand webinar as many times as you like. What worked in the past may not serve your future. Relying on the knowledge and skills that made you successful at one level in an organization won’t necessarily help you succeed at the next. In fact, if you rely too heavily on them, they can work against you. The successful journey up the food chain involves letting go of some things that have facilitated your progress so far. It is imperative to re-invent yourself, learn new skills and adopt new perspectives. Ensuring you allocate your time appropriately is essential. Here, your credibility begins. In this webinar, you will learn to ask the right questions and partner with others to help you understand what business you’re really in and its executive demands, as well as assessing what is important to its short-term and long-term strategic plan. These are critical aspects of the “on-boarding” process. Core to your success is alignment; how one aligns with where a business is and where it is going is all about having an executive voice and seat at the table. How do you identify a company’s vision, mission, values and goals? Developing your ability to align with different organizational goals and partnering with your new team requires heightened communication skills, as well as the ability to be strategic. Planning and measuring your results sets the pace for successfully creating an impressionable impact right from the start. In this session, participants will learn to: Identify what is important to the business and executive team. Develop a “strategic voice” to help navigate new waters. Adapt to new tools that update outworn assumptions during change. Be more confident and flexible when building new teams.

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 01/31/2019

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase and you may watch the on-demand webinar as many times as you like. Well-translated commercial and legal documents support the business-to-business collection process. Contractual documents must not only be translated into the language of a customer, they must ensure that all of the terms and conditions are legally binding in the customer’s country. Join translator Célia Korn, who has more than 20 years of experience translating documents, and collections attorney Octávio Aronis as they share their expertise, tips and techniques for minimizing collection issues. This webinar will focus on parts of South America, including Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Uruguay, and will cover the following topics: The obligation of having a certified sworn translation of a document. For example, the Brazilian Constitution determines that the courts will only accept foreign documents if duly translated by a Brazilian-certified translator Documents that must be notarized, legalized or contain an apostille duly affixed Documents that need to be translated for the appointment of a lawyer, powers of attorney, by-laws or articles of incorporation specifying the person signing the documents has the powers to do so. Documents such as credit applications, purchase orders, receipts and invoices that should be prepared in both the customer’s and seller’s language Examples of mistranslations that could impact business operations The eight rules for writing a document that will be clear, ready for translation and legally bidding

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 09/14/2022

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase. Asking for support can be a real challenge for many people. During this session, we will learn structures that make it easy to master the art of the ask. We will discuss best practices for getting clear on expectations, reciprocity, goal sharing and first steps for reaching out.

  • Contains 3 Component(s) Recorded On: 10/18/2013

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase and you may watch the on-demand webinar as many times as you like. This webinar provides practical guidance on Risk Assessment in an international environment. It will provide an overview of concepts in relation to carrying out an analysis of the key financial statements and interpreting information from a credit manager's perspective. The three most common types of financial statements are: The Balance Sheet The Profit and Loss Statement Cash Flow Statement See below for a full list of topics which will be covered during the series - Topics to be covered DAY 1 Events That Affect Cash Flow The ability to generate cash is a critical component of any successful enterprise. It is also important for the credit analyst to understand what events occurred that caused cash to increase or diminish. This session will cover activities most associated with fluctuations in the cash account. DAY 2 Recognizing Potential Problems in Financial Statements and a look at the key ratios for balance sheet analysis. A number of external and internal conditions as reflected on financial statements can signify potential problems. This session will examine a list of commonly encountered conditions whilst also looking at key ratio analysis such as Liquidity ratio, Profitability ratios & Leverage/Gearing ratios DAY 3 Country Standards - Factors in Understanding Financial Statements The size of a business and the country of domicile is a major source of influence on accounting standards and practices. This is important for the export credit manager to understand because differences in measurement and disclosure practices have an effect on the credit decision. This session will focus on the differences and what to look for.

  • Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This module provides the credit professional with an introduction to how to make an effective collection call. Key information covered will include the importance of professionalism, how to prioritize and prepare for a call, details necessary for an effective call, the importance of documenting your calls, the importance of follow-up, and how to handle angry customers. In addition this module will present role-plays of several collection calls.

  • Contains 3 Component(s)

    You have learned the importance of having good contract and credit terms with every customer. In today’s world, electronic and facsimile mail is sent back and forth between you and your customer, discussing a sale of goods. What if nothing is ever signed? When do you have an enforceable contract? Will the terms in your quote or the terms in the customer’s purchase order control, when they are in conflict? How do you win the “Battle of the Forms” in a Uniform Commercial Code sale of goods? This presentation will answer these questions to help you navigate the “Battle of the Forms”. After successful completion of this learning module, the student will understand the different contract forms, the Mirror Image Rule, Acceptance, Confirmation, the Forum Selection Clause, Notice and Opportunity to Cure, Exclusion of Express and Implied Warranties and Limitation of Liability.

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 07/09/2020

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase and you may watch the on-demand webinar as many times as you like. The global pandemic has created great uncertainty for various economies across the world. This webinar will consider strategies for collecting cash when a country has particular cash restrictions. How do you verify if one of your customers’ is having FX issues? Which countries are currently experiencing FX issues during the Covid-19 pandemic? Can you learn to predict FX issues? And, how do you manage these problems? Our speaker, Fred Dons of Deutsche Bank has worked in trade finance for more than 25 years and has previously delivered FCIB webinars over the past few years. During this webinar, Fred will examine the most topical issues related to FX.

  • Contains 1 Component(s) Recorded On: 03/09/2022

    This on-demand webinar is available for 14 days after purchase. The war for talent is escalating. Some organizations are ill-prepared to handle the challenges of an increasingly complex labor market, shackled by the “we’ve always done it this way” mentality. Others are thriving, armed with analytical insights and surrounded by allies, allowing them to snap up and retain highly performing impact players and supercharge their growth. What kind of an organization are you? More importantly, what kind do you want to be in the future? This presentation will deliver key insights designed to help business leaders and decision makers elevate their talent-focused activities. The session will: Peel back the curtain on recruitment and stress the need for partnerships and alliances Identify the key elements that make an organization attractive to top talent Share best-in-class hiring strategies including metrics and practices Convey the top factors that drive talent retention Deliver practical and actionable advice on what businesses can do to become better at attracting, hiring, and retaining workers