19th RFIx Receivables Finance International Convention

The 19th annual Receivables Finance International Convention (RFIx) is a flagship event in the receivables space, promising the latest news and developments within the invoice finance space, including new entrants, market trends and opportunities.

What is RFIx about?

BCR’s inaugural 19th Receivables Finance International Convention (RFIx) will bring together market leaders talking about international trends within the receivables space, the future of receivables finance and the role of fintech in the invoice finance space.

What will be covered?

  • Trends and opportunities in the mid-long term for the receivables space, including risk management, operational efficiency and pursuing new partnerships with key market stakeholders
  • The rapidly adapting global market and competitive landscape of the invoice finance space
  • A review of 2018: key trends within the factoring space, both domestically and internationally, as well as looking at the development of various products e.g. reverse factoring and receivables platforms
  • The digitalisation od receivables finance through artificial intelligence (AI), new technology and distributed ledger technology
  • Investor appetite among institutional investors for receivables finance, key predictions and the thoughts on invoice trading platforms
  • Geographical perspective: African markets, Asia, Latin America and Eastern Europe
  • Securitisation and the secondary market for receivables, as well as securitisation to achieve off-balance sheet treatment
  • Fraud risk and management strategies within the receivables finance space – lessons that can be learned and how firms are currently minimising losses
  • Trade finance and receivables trends on fintech, digitalising and institutional investor appetite
  • SME Finance outlook
  • Invoice and bank reconciliation towards dynamic discounting over distributed ledger technologies
  • Customer journey focus: the onboarding experience, machine learning and customer experience
  • Liquidity providers: bank financiers, factors and invoice financiers
  • Alternative liquidity providers: non-banks, fintechs, single invoice financiers
  • Invoice finance and supply chain finance platforms
  • Regulators and legal specialists
  • Corporate treasurers, FDs and CFOs

Location: London Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square, W1K 6JP | United Kingdom

Date: 6th – 7th March 2019

Speakers
  • Rowan Austin – Head of Trade Origination & Advisory, NatWest
  • Çağatay Baydar – General Manager, TEB Faktoring A.Ş. & Chairman, FCI
  • Mencía Bobo – Head of Structured Trade & Receivables, Banco Santander
  • Andy Booth – Managing Director, Barclays Business Bank
  • Peter Brinsley – Consultant, Point Forward
  • Perry Burns – Founder & Managing Director, Working Capital Partners
  • Diego Caicedo – CEO, Portal Finance
  • Dominic Capolongo – EVP, Global Head of Funding, PrimeRevenue
  • Jesse Chenard – CEO, MonetaGo
  • John Davies – CEO, Just Loans Group & Chairman, AABF
  • Kevin Day – CEO, HPD Software
  • Bertrand De Comminges – Head of Structuring, GTRF, HSBC
  • Sean Edwards – Chairman, ITFA, UK and Head of Legal and Special Adviser to the Global Trade Finance Department, SMBC
  • Ryan Edwards-Pritchard – Managing Director, Funding Options
  • Sebastian Erich – CEO, Intermarket Bank AG
  • Simon Featherstone – Senior Industry Advisor, Catalyst Corporate Finance
  • Magellan Fetalino – Founder & CEO, Acudeen Technologies
  • Charles Fidler – Director Overdraft Product and Interim Director Invoice Finance/ABL Product, Natwest
  • Stephen Findlay – Chief Executive, BondMason
  • Ivan Fox – Chairman, InvoiceFair
  • Fausto Galmarini – Chairman, Assifact
  • José Antonio Garrote – Business Manager, Alvantia
  • Christoph Gugelmann – CEO and Co-Founder, Tradeteq Ltd
  • Imran Gulamhuseinwala – Partner & Global Head of Fintech, EY
  • Chris Hawes – Head of Transaction Risk Management – Europe, Global Trade and Receivables Finance, HSBC
  • Aaron Hughes – Managing Director, Equiniti RiskFactor
  • Iain Hunter – CEO, Wyleands Bank
  • Daniel Huszár – Head of Sales, EFCOM
  • Admir Imami – Investment Director, Head of Trade & Supply Chain Finance, CDC Group
  • Luis Mendoza – Regional Product Head of Global Trade and Receivables Finance, HSBC
  • Robert Meters – Head of Marketing and Sales, Prof. Schumann GmbH
  • Peter Mulroy – Secretary General, FCI
  • Eskil Myrmo – Head of Factoring, DNB
  • Tim Nicolle – CEO, PrimaDollar
  • Richard Olver – Global Head of Invoice Finance, Commercial Finance, Siemens Financial Services
  • Jerome Peze – CEO, Tinubu Square
  • Rudolf Putz – Head Trade Facilitation Programme (TFP), European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)
  • Chris Rigby – Managing Director, Securitised Products Group, Lloyds Bank Corporate Markets
  • Qamar Saleem – Global Technical Lead, SME Banking Practice, IFC
  • Ireti Samuel-Ogbu – Managing Director, EMEA Payments and Receivables Head, Citi
  • Brian Shanahan – Founder, Informita
  • Laurent Tabouelle – Group Managing Director, CODIX
  • Adam Tavener – Head, Alternative Business Funding & Chairman, Clifton Asset Management
  • Federico Travella – CEO, Novicap
  • Alecsandra Valasuteanu – Head of Factoring, UNICREDIT BANK (Member of UniCredit Group), Romania
  • Mikkel Velin – Global Head of Lending Solutions, Banking Circle
  • Andrew Whelan – CEO, Sancus Group
  • Sophia Wikander – Head of Business Innovation, Nordea
  • Gina Wilton – Originations Manager, BNP Paribas Asset Management
  • Matt Wreford – CEO, Demica
  • Geoffrey Wynne – Partner, Sullivan & Worcestor

As event partners, Trade Finance Global can offer their members a 10% discount on your delegate pass rate. To register please follow this link The Trade Finance Global delegate discount code is TFG19– please utilise the code upon booking.

Alternatively you can contact yongmei.he@bcrpub.com quoting your discount code for payment via invoice.

Use the discount code TFG19 for 10% off the conference

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What is Receivables Finance?

Receivables Finance helps organisations access working capital using their outstanding invoices as collateral. In this case, both invoice discounting and factoring are common finance products used to allow organisations to unlock debt which is locked up in invoices. By doing so, an organisation can improve their cash flow position by converting their accounts receivables into cash. Read our Accounts Receivables guide here.