Trade, receivables, and alternative financing is growing at a rapid pace around the world, with a recent explosion in new platforms, new products, and new opportunities. Now, independent financial publisher BCR, is holding two conferences at the offices of law firm Clifford Chance in Canary Wharf, London, on 11 & 12 May 2015, to take up the debate of how this change is impacting on finance providers, small businesses, and other key stakeholders.
The Alternative & Receivables Finance conference on 11 May will bring together the best of the traditional and newer alternative providers, to examine online platforms, the most fertile investment opportunities, and the future of SME financing. Speakers include senior figures from: British Business Bank; Alternative Business Funding; MarketInvoice; GLI Finance; Asset Based Finance Association; Tungsten Finance; CrowdCube; CrowdBnk; RBS Invoice Finance; and many more.
The Trade Receivables Securitisation Summit on 12 May, will examine this rapidly accelerating and renewed market, which is now enabling more companies to generate working capital through new, more compact deal sizes and structures. Speakers include senior figures from: Bank of England; Bibby Financial Services; A.B.S. Global Factoring; HSBC Capital Financing; AIG Trade Finance; Clifford Chance; Reed Smith; Demica; Falcon Trade Corporation; Bank of America Merrill Lynch; and many more.
“There has been a revolution in business finance over the last few years,” says Malou Lindholm, director at BCR Publishing. “The alternative finance space is growing year-on-year and traditional SME lenders are also updating their offerings. At the same time, many more companies are finding ways to generate working capital through new, more compact deal sizes and structures such as trade receivables securitisation. Financial horizons continue to broaden.”
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