When conducting international business, it’s critical for companies to have a comprehensive understanding of the financial health and credit worthiness of their customers to measure risks and develop mitigation strategies to protect their business.
will host a special webinar on Tuesday 28 June at 11:00 GMT focusing on how businesses can assess, manage, and monitor the credit risk of their international customers.
The webinar will be moderated by Manal Mefrej, Customer Relationship Management Manager, Etihad Credit Insurance (ECI), and will feature leading speakers including Antoun Massaad, the Co-Founder and CEO of Cedar Rose; Laurie Beagle, Managing Director, Forums International; Milton Nabende, Financial Controller, Petronas Lubricants International; Emmanuel Cortyl, Head of Risk Services, Groupama; and Mr. Dharmendra Sawlani, Managing Director, Smile Computers.
Commenting on the topic, Antoun Massaad said, “With a constantly evolving business environment, companies need to safeguard themselves by maintaining their credit exposure within acceptable parameters to ensure long-term success. Risk professionals can often face the challenge of accessing qualified and verified financial data which is crucial in minimizing debt and credit risk. At Cedar Rose we can assist businesses with qualifying, assessing and monitoring the financial standing of their customers.”
So, what are the different factors that need to be considered when assessing and monitoring the credit risk of international customers? During the webinar the panel of experts will discuss and provide key guidelines and best practices aimed at minimizing and mitigating the financial risks involved when dealing with international businesses.
Webinar Topic: How to Assess, Manage & Monitor the Credit Risk of Your International Customers
Date & Time: Tuesday, 28 June 2022 at 11:00 GMT
• The risk of longer terms and slower payments from international customers
• When macroeconomic factors hide underlying customer credit issues
• The importance of assessing new and monitoring existing foreign customers' creditworthiness
• The need for reliable data to build trustworthy business relationships
• Tools, techniques, and best practices for credit exposure management