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Credit Risk conference

//Credit Risk conference

The Credit Risk conference is a presentation of the latest trends, methods and practices in B2B credit risk management. The event gives you the opportunity to confront your own knowledge with the experience of credit risk management practitioners, both from Polish companies and international corporations.

The conference is addressed to business owners, experts and management staff in the area of B2B credit risk management, in particular: financial departments, credit risk assessment departments, credit control departments, risk management, financial controlling departments, receivables monitoring departments, debt collection departments and cash management (treasury ).

In 2020, instead of attending the Credit Risk conference, we had a pleasure to invite you to Krakow for a two-day FECMA congress, co-organized by the Polish Institute of Credit Management (PICM).

In the middle of September 2021, PICM together with the association to which it belongs, FECMA, proposed a conference filled with the merits presented only by credit management practitioners from all over Europe. Our guests from Germany, France, Great Britain, Italy, Hungary, the Netherlands and Belgium have presented the specificity of receivables management that characterizes their regions.

The FECMA Congress was a great opportunity to gain new knowledge and increase your competences. We invite you to review the report from the 4th European Congress of Credit Management FECMA!

The FECMA Congress was a presentation of the latest trends, methods and practices of B2B credit risk management. The event gave the opportunity to confront their own knowledge with the experience of credit risk management practitioners, both from Polish companies and international corporations. When discussing the entire order-to-cash process in an enterprise, the substantive scope emphasized activities aimed at minimizing the creation of difficult and uncollectible receivables.

previous Credit Risk conferences

Credit Risk 2019

Credit Risk 2018

Credit Risk 2017