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Atradius Breakfast Seminar - Credit and cash flow management how to keep ahead of the game

By CreditMan Thursday, May 21, 2009

Atradius, the leading UK trade credit insurer, is hosting a free event to mark the launch of Credit management how to improve cashflow and make your business more robust a pocket book which has been produced in conjunction with the Institute of Directors (IoD).

The guide offers companies practical help and advice on cash flow management and how to stay ahead of the game. The event has been designed to be both informative and educational without being overly simplistic or too technical.

The breakfast seminar will provide attendees with top tips and innovative ideas to ensure that businesses are informed of the methods that can help them get ahead in the credit game and maintain a successful and prosperous business during difficult trading conditions.

Miles Templeman, Director General of the IoD, explains: This event will provide invaluable information on credit management and the related subject of credit insurance - information that directors in all companies need to know. Its the sort of knowledge that properly applied might make the difference between survival and failure.

Delegates will also have a chance to meet the speakers and other delegates during a networking session after the event, scheduled for 11am.

Key speakers:

Miles Templeman, Director General of the IoD

Shaun Purrington, Atradius UK and Ireland director

Phillip King, Director General of the Institute of Credit Management

Julie Payne, Chief Executive of the Centre for High Performance Development

Nick Hampton & Michael Brady, HSBC Invoice Finance

Event details:

Time: 8.30am 11.30 am
Location: Institute of Directors (IoD), 116 Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5ED

To register your place at the event, please visit

The Atradius Group provides trade credit insurance, surety and collections services worldwide, and has a presence in 40 countries. Its products and services aim to reduce its customers exposure to buyers who fail to pay for the products and services customers purchase. With total revenues of approximately EUR 1.8 billion and a 31% share of the global trade credit insurance market, its products contribute to the growth of companies throughout the world by protecting them from payment risks associated with selling products and services on credit. With 160 offices, it has access to credit information on 52 million companies worldwide and makes more than 22,000 trade credit limit decisions daily.

For information about Atradius products and services visit