International Open Account Trade Finance Webinar – 25 May 2021
Lionel Taylor presented in a WOA thought leadership discussion focussing on some of the key issues in the development and trends in International Receivables Finance today. The ambitious agenda looked at the impact and role of credit insurance, the digitisation of markets with a focus on AI and blockchain, the effect and sustainability of Government support interventions, as well as the lessons of Greensill to date and their implications for risk management post-covid.
Other speakers included Antonio Salgueiro of Four Cardinal Points and John Brehcist, with Igor Zaks, President of Tenzor.
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RFIx – Receivables Finance International Convention 2021 – 18th-20th May 2021
Lionel Taylor chaired at the flagship receivables finance industry event which provided an essential update on the latest invoice financing trends, market challenges and innovations. RFIx 2021 took a deep dive into the impact of the pandemic and global geopolitics on market trends and risk. Attendees explored how practitioners can become fitter, leaner, and better in this new world through innovative product development, technology and new markets, and discover the new challenges around ESG, regulatory and legal issues. To replay the full convention please visit: RFIx – Receivables Finance International Convention 2021 (Replay)
Watch the afternoon events of the final day in this video and skip to 2:14 to watch the sessions led by Lionel, focussing on SMEs.
LIBF Head of Trade and Transaction Banking, Alex Gray, talks to John Bugeja and Lionel Taylor from Trade Advisory Network about supply chain finance in relation to the Greensill Finance failure.
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