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New York City Seminar: Commercial Debt Collection

New York City Seminar: Commercial Debt Collection

Sponsored by
COFACE North America

When: Wednesday March 12, 2008
04:30 PM - 06:30 PM
Registration is closed
Where: 245 Park Avenue
39th Floor
New York City, New York 10167

The Confederation of Italian Entrepreneurs Worldwide invites you to a comprehensive seminar on commercial debt collection, a practical two hour seminar which will cover the following topics:

  • The importance of proper and written collection procedures.
  • How to identify a delinquent debtor before it is too late, and what steps should be taken.
  • How can a "consistent" collection program help improve cash-flow, and lower the overall Days Sales Outstanding (DSO).
  • What role should a collection agency play in "my" business?
  • How to negotiate and select a third party collection agency.
This seminar has been organized by CIIM founding member Andrea Volpe, of COFACE North America.

Seminar Speaker: Bill Jackson

Bill Jackson is a seasoned professional with over 10 years experience in the collection industry, working both with consumer and commercial clients. Prior to joining Coface Collection as Regional Director, Mr. Jackson was a Senior Director for RMCB Collection.

Mr. Jackson possesses a great ability to understand the corporate philosophy, goals, and needs of each collection department. He has developed effective collection programs that fit the current and long-term needs of corporations in several industries.


Additional Info

This event is for CIIM members and by invitation only.

Registration if FREE, but space is limited. Register today!

About COFACE

Coface, rated Aa3 by Moody's, AA+ by Fitch and AA by Standard & Poors, facilitates global business-to-business trade. Coface offers its clients four product lines to fully or partly outsource trade relationship management and to finance and protect accounts receivable: credit insurance, credit information and corporate ratings, receivables management and factoring. Serving 85,000 clients, Coface has a direct presence in 60 countries and can provide services in 93 countries via its CreditAlliance partner network, organized around an integrated credit risk management tool, the Common Risk System. Coface was founded in 1946 and is a subsidiary of Natixis whose share capital (Tier 1) was 11.2 billion euros at the end of 2006 after application of CRD/Basel II norms.

For more information visit http://www.coface-usa.com.