RFIx 2021 - Receivables Finance International Convention
18 - 20 May 2021
BCR’s 21st annual Receivables Finance International Convention provides an essential update on the latest invoice financing trends, market challenges and innovations.
The receivables finance sector continues to evolve rapidly. Covid-19 has meant a significant shift in market attitudes. Some of these will be permanent; some will disappear over time. Many expect a rapid rise in receivables finance business coming out of the pandemic as government-imposed restrictions are eased. But navigating to that point could be tricky as the financial support provided by governments will expose many SMEs to terminal positions.
RFIx 2021 will take a deep dive into the impact of the pandemic and global geopolitics on market trends and risk. It will explore how practitioners can become fitter, leaner, and better in this new world through innovative product development, technology and new markets, and discover the new challenges around ESG, regulatory and legal issues.
This flagship event for the receivables finance industry attracts delegates from across the globe, bringing together both market experts and new entrants. Being a virtual event, it provides a chance to network with an even wider circle of industry peers.
Join senior receivables finance executives at the 21st annual RFIx Convention and ensure the right direction for your business.
On day Three 20 May 2021 at 15:45 – 16:25, our CEO, Matt Gamser will speake at the panel session: The evolution and changing mindset of the SME market globally. This session will interrogate the mindset of SMEs and new start up predictions since the onset of the pandemic and look at the innovative ways that have evolved to support the SME sector globally.
Find out more about:
• The opportunities to covert first-time borrowers into legacy borrowers as many SMEs crossed the borrowing rubicon during the pandemic
• Future predictions for SMEs growth and borrowing approaches
• How SCF providers are using technology to create SME supplier led receivable finance programmes
• Innovative ways to support the SME sector without huge onboarding process
• Whether fintech disruptors are grabbing the lion’s share of the SME market with lower service costs.
Lionel Taylor, Managing Director, Trade Advisory Network
Dr Matthew Gamser, CEO, SME Finance Forum, International Finance Corporation
Andy Moylan, CEO, EFCIS
Federico Travella, CEO, NoviCap
As event partners, the SME Finance Forum can offer members a 25% discount on a delegate pass rate.
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