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Description

Attend this advanced and comprehensive workshop to gain a deeper understanding of the latest receivables purchase structures, risk and legal constraints.  

Covering factoring, supply chain finance and forfaiting this workshop enables participants to:

  • Realise the value of future receivables
  • Implement more profitable purchasing arrangements
  • Mitigate risk and gain added value through supply chain financing
  • Optimise insurance and reduce costs

A clearer understanding of receivables has never been more important, this Receivables Finance Masterclass will provide your company with a comprehensive overview of the key topics.

Speakers
Robert Bolton Rob Bolton
Executive Director, Political and Trade Credit Risks, Financial Solutions, Willis Towers Watson
Rob has worked in trade credit insurance for 15 years and is an Executive Director in the Willis Towers Watson Financial Solutions London team. Rob is responsible for a portfolio of our large multinational and global clients across a variety of sectors, with his primary focus on developing the Excess of Loss niche that our team is renowned for. He has experience of a wide array of sectors, including paper, retail, commodities, auto finance and distribution, the food and drink sectors and diversified primary manufacturing.
Don Brown Don Brown
Partner, Stephenson Harwood
Don is a partner in Stephenson Harwood’s finance team and acts for both lenders and borrowers on a wide variety of bilateral and syndicated financings, refinancings and restructurings. He has particular expertise in receivables finance, asset-based lending, asset finance, supply chain finance and speciality finance. Prior to joining Stephenson Harwood, Don worked at Ashurst LLP and, from 2011 to 2015, he was in-house counsel to the Business Finance team at GE Capital.
Silma Malde Silma Malde
Manager, Capital Markets, Accounting Advisory and Structuring, PwC
Silma is part of the PwC London Capital Markets, Accounting Advisory and Structuring team and has worked across a number of assurance and advisory engagements, specialising in the financial services sector. Silma is a core member of the financial instruments team providing technical accounting support for deals and capital markets transactions. She has worked with a wide range of UK and international clients on the interpretation and implementation of accounting standards, both in the context of transactions and to facilitate transition to new standards.
Dan McNulty Daniel McNulty
Director, Capital Markets, Accounting Advisory and Structuring, PwC
Dan is a Director in PwC’s Capital Markets, Accounting Advisory and Structuring team in London. A dedicated specialist for 10 years, Dan advises on the accounting aspects on transactions, including how to change the commercial deal or structure in order to achieve particular objectives. Dan often advises on judgmental matters, including consolidation issues and on/off balance sheet issues, as well as a broad range of other transactions across all sectors (financial services and non-financial services). Dan has advised a wide range of clients on receivables and alternative financing structures.
Richard Talboys Richard Talboys
Executive Director, Political and Trade Credit Risks, Financial Solutions, Willis Towers Watson
Richard has worked in trade credit insurance for over 40 years and heads the Willis Towers Watson Financial Solutions Trade Credit risk team in the UK responsible for our global clients and London markets. He has specialised in large syndicated excess of loss trade credit placements in the agrochemical, energy, travel and receivable and automotive finance sectors. Richard is a member of the FCIB and of the UK’s CICM.
Adam Wilson Adam Wilson
Associate General Counsel, Global Head Receivables Finance and Supply Chain Finance Legal, HSBC
Since 2015, Adam has been the global lead counsel for GHRF at HSBC. Prior to that he was lead counsel for HSBC’s UK receivables, equipment and supply chain finance business. Adam has been at HSBC since 2008, prior to which he worked in private practice in a national large law firm focused on finance litigation, acting for a variety of banks and financial institutions. Adam is qualified as a solicitor, and is qualified with higher rights of audience in the civil courts, in England and Wales.
Venue

London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square

Grosvenor Square, Mayfair,
W1K 6JP London W1K 6JP
United Kingdom
Phone: 020 7493 1232

Discover the best of Mayfair at London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square with its unparalleled central location minutes away from world-class shopping, Hyde Park and iconic landmarks. Stay at the first Marriott hotel in London, delivering sincere and personalized service. Unwind in impeccably furnished rooms and suites featuring marble bathrooms and modern technology, overlooking Grosvenor Square or the hotel's intimate garden. Visit Gordon Ramsay's maze restaurant or sip a cocktail at our award-winning speakeasy, The Luggage Room, Mayfair’s best-kept secret. Take advantage of our 13 meeting spaces, including the renovated Westminster Ballroom, that combine a heritage of Mayfair service with a contemporary edge. Have a memorable experience at London’s most desirable address at London Marriott Hotel Grosvenor Square.

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