Pan-European FECMA Credit Management Congress in Budapest in May 2013
FECMA (The Federation of European Credit Management Associations), has announced its first Pan-European Credit Management Congress taking place on May 16th – 17th, 2013 in Budapest (www.cm-congress.eu). FECMA expects 250 international experts from all-over Europe to discuss and sharecredit management best practices and trends. The event will be located at the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, situated right in the historical centre of Budapest.
FECMA as the mother organisation of 15 National Credit Management Associations across Europe, representing more than 20,000 European Credit Managers, is proud it has been able to gather renowned experts from industry, public organisations and research as speakers. The content is designed to be of interest, and be relevant to all credit managers, whatever the size of their organisation or business sector.
The agenda includes international speakers from ABB, Agfa Graphics, Donna Karan, Ingram Micro, Scania Financial Services or Wolters Kluwer as well as local speakers from the Central Bank of the Republic of Hungary, Sapa Group or Waberer’s. For further details visit: www.cm-congress.eu.
The congress is accompanied by an exhibition of leading international service providers including AON, Atradius, Bisnode, Bureau van Dyk, Euler Hermes, Guardean or Sungard that provide professional support in various areas of credit management from data provisioning, credit insurance to software process support.
FECMA has brought together experienced credit managers from across the continent of Europe, to give their expertise and share their experiences. The conference is designed to be practical, not academic and therefore of meaning and value to all who attend. There will be ample opportunity set aside for networking in its truest sense.
“The Pan-European FECMA Credit Management event is an important congress coming at a time when Europe’s various national economies are going through a very tough period, and the value and worth of the credit management profession has never been more needed and sought after,” says Glen Bullivant ICM President of FECMA.
FECMA, the Federation of European Credit Management Associations, was founded in 1986 by Sir Roger Cork, who lately served as Lord Mayor of London from 1996-97. It is a not-for-profit organisation, consisting of 15 National Credit Management Associations across Europe, representing more than 20.000European Credit Managers. FECMA vision is to promote best practice in credit management by enabling the members of all the FECMA associations to share their knowledge and experience. For more information please visit: www.fecma.eu
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