Yet again, the importance of trade relations has been put into public notice with the European turbulences of the recent days and months. The cross-border exchange of goods, services, and capital has been characterised by unprecedented dynamics for several years.
What ramifications, however, does that have on the daily practice of a credit manager? Which demands do processes, functions, systems, the organisation and information base of credit management have to meet in an european perspective and which kinds of adaptation still have to be implemented?
We, therefore, cordially invite you to discuss issues like these and many others at the first Pan-European FECMA Credit Management Congress in Budapest from May 16 to 17, 2013.
As the title
"European Best Practices – Inspiration for Credit Managers"
suggests, we are offering a platform for the expert exchange about the current status as well as ongoing developments in the field of european credit management that will update and inform participants through not only focussed presentations held by well experienced guest speakers, but also discussion rounds with the participants and finally the intensive exchange with your colleagues from all over Europe.
The Federation of European Credit Management Associations (FECMA) would be extremely pleased if you took interest in joining the Pan-European Congress.