Thursday, November 10, 2022
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EST
This is an online event
Nick Speers, Corcentric
Craig Jeffery, Strategic Treasurer
Participants who attend this live session and respond to 3 polling questions will earn 1.2 CPE credits.
Supply chain finance (SCF) can power a win-win for buyer and supplier, helping to strengthen and support vital supply chains while still protecting the buyer’s liquidity. While forms of SCF have existed for a long time, the landscape is changing as modern technologies intersect today’s needs. This webinar will dive deep into the future of SCF, covering areas such as the following:
-Volatility and interest rates
-Networks, AI, and other technologies impacting SCF
-Supplier relationships and participation
-Foundational elements for selecting an SCF provider
-SCF trends to expect in 2023
- Learn the implications of volatility, interest rates, networks, AI, and other technologies on SCF.
- Gain understanding regarding Foundational elements for selecting an SCF provider.
- Consider SCF trends to expect in 2023.
Registration: To register for this session, please fill out the registration form on this page. In order to be awarded full credits, you must respond to all 3 polling questions during the program.
Field of Study: Finance
Advanced Preparation: None
Program Level: Basic
Delivery Method: Group Internet Based
Cancellation and Refund Policy: Since there is no fee for registering or attending this session, there are no refunds. You may cancel your registration at any time before the session by contacting us at email@example.com. There is no fee for cancellation.
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