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US: 10:00am – 11:00am ET
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About the Webinar
Going forward, the need for liquidity and
risk mitigation will be greater than ever. And this illuminates the
potential promise gained from factoring, known as invoice or accounts
Join FCI’s Peter Mulroy as he presents his 10 factoring predictions for the post COVID-19 world. The FCI secretary general expects to see a significant rebound in 2021 and the years follow.
Other topics of the webinar include:
- Regional perspectives with regard to bankruptcies, insolvencies and fraud.
- The evolution of factoring and receivables finance in recessionary times.
- The impact of COVID-19 and how factoring will fare during and after the crisis.
- What the future holds from the perspective of trade credit, liquidity, and commerce
About the Speaker
Peter Mulroy, Secretary General, FCI, Amsterdam, Netherlands
As secretary general, Peter Mulroy assists banks, regulators and
governments worldwide by explaining the role and introducing the concept
of factoring, a facilitator of liquidity and mitigator of risk for SMEs
and corporates in both domestic and international trade. Peter
addresses audiences around the world on the subject of factoring and
international trade and is generally regarded as an “ambassador for the
He previously served as senior vice president, international regional
manager and managing director of CIT’s U.S.-based trade finance unit.
He also served on its management committee. Peter came to CIT through
the acquisition of the factoring unit of SunTrust Ban, where he
developed its factoring business.
Peter is a past chairman of FCI and has served on the FCI executive
committee for more than a decade. He also served as chairman of the
Prudential Risk Committee of the EUF. He has worked and lived previously
in Europe and the Middle East.
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