As the economy recovers later this year and into 2022, the true impact of the pandemic will begin to be realised. There will be winners and unfortunately losers. For many fresh fruit, vegetable, flower and plant growers, importers, and wholesalers, it has become increasing difficult to assess risk, predicting likely payment or even insolvency default.
To ensure sufficient levels of supplier credit to support increased sales a company must ensure that the credit rating with both underwriters and information providers is based upon the most up to date positive company information. How can a company ensure that the rating on their company is as positive as it can possible can be to ensure higher supplier credit lines?
Companies in the fresh produce sector will need new ways to assess debtor risk. This will change post the pandemic and consequently there will be a greater need to consider solutions such as Trade Credit Insurance and debtor score cards.
So please join us in our this hour long webinar, starting at 9am, to allow us to help you to pick the winners and help you grow your business with increased payment certainty.
EFCIS is an award-winning leading FCA registered independent specialist Trade Credit Insurance broker that provides a range of services and consultancy advice to assist multi-nationals as well as SME’s to trade on open account credit terms with increased payment certainty.
EFCIS was incorporated in 2000 and from day one it was an ambition to develop a hands-on proactive broking managed service which includes investment in the industry’s first Credit Insurance policy management software known as ARC (Analysis of Risk and Compliance).
In 2000, EFCIS became the sole UK member of the ICBA (International Credit Broker Alliance) which today has a local footprint in 46 countries with 560 specialist Trade Credit Insurance brokers in 70 offices on 5 continents.
Welcome and Introduction
How to manage your customer risk once the Government support lapses at the end of June 2021
– Consider individual customer debtor risk with margins and collection stance
Importance of grading your own customers to help pick the winners moving forward post-pandemic
Advice on what support, technology and tools are easily accessible to FPC members to help manage customer risk
Discuss the impact of the hospitality customer risk when lockdown rules are lifted
Importance of providing your own company information to Underwriters and Information Providers to help with supplier credit
A plain-speaking entrepreneur, London born Andy Moylan is the founder of multi award winning EFCIS Trade Credit Insurance Brokers and The Export Hub. In the last 30 years, Andy has helped many small businesses and household brands to export; from identifying the risk in their export plan to raising finance and protecting their sales ledger using a range of online tools developed by his team. 6 months ago, disenchanted with the negativity surrounding Brexit, Andy created the Export Hub; a non-profit making website with the sole purpose of helping small businesses export with confidence and certainty. Andy is a Keynote speaker on the international scene having been a headline speaker at events in Taiwan, Australia, South Africa and Europe. At each event he shares hard won insights, practical case studies and experience on exporting. Expect to be inspired and motivated by Andy’s passion and his unorthodox approach.