ABC-Amega's educational webinar series was created to provide credit management professionals with relevant information on trending issues in the credit and receivables industries.
- Topics cover a range of issues in Credit Management, Commercial Law, Bankruptcy, Domestic and International Debt Collection and more.
- Presenters include attorneys, credit and collection professionals, economists and other topic experts.
- Interactive Q&A brings you into the discussion, expands on topic points and creates a forum for discussion of your specific concerns.
Let us help prepare you to tackle the issues and problems that come across your desk! We’ll answer your questions and provide valuable resources for developing strategies to common challenges in the field of credit, collections, and business in general.
June 23, 2020, 2:00-3:30pm EST | Credit Evaluation Using the Tools of Credit Management and Financial AnalysisWhen it comes to business, credit makes the world go around. If it's not extended wisely, however, it can send a company's receivables spinning out of control. As a credit professional, it's your responsibility to keep credit losses and slow collections to a minimum.
This workshop will provide the opportunity to evaluate your current credit process and will equip you and your team to use the tools to credit management and financial analysis to make better credit decisions now and in the future. Presenter and trainer, Fred Strano will educate us on the significance of credit in the cash cycle, help us understand and interpret credit applications and review important key financial ratios for financial statement analysis.
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Strategies for Coping and Managing Stress
Trevina Broussard discusses the factors that increase risk for stress responses, tools for recovery, and ways we can continue to support each other during this very stressful time.
Trade Creditor Strategies to Ride the Anticipated COVID-19 Bankruptcy Wave
In this program, Bill Strauss looks at the performance of the overall macro economy sectors and indicators for the U.S. economy over the next several years.
In this program, Bruce Nathan and Lowell Citron of Lowenstein Sandler discuss Consignment arrangements and Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code (UCC). The presenters share best practices for creditors to follow when entering into consignments, how consignments should be properly documented, and the steps to take to obtain a perfected first priority interest in consigned goods.
ABC-Amega's International Account Manager, Jeff Tharnish and Director of Application Development, Ed O'Keefe discuss the most relevant factors of account collectability, internal process review, and ways to evaluate and get the most value from your OCA.
Bruce Nathan and Andrew Behlmann from Lowenstein Sandler LLP discuss the reasons why terms pushback is a growing trend, how to evaluate whether a customer’s terms pushback efforts are a sign of financial distress or merely an attempt to obtain “free” working capital (or both), and strategies for responding to terms pushback.
USMCA: US-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement. What Businesses Should Know to Prepare for the "New NAFTA"(please note that the first few minutes of the recording are not available due to technical difficulties)
USMCA, the US-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement was signed in November 2018, but has yet to be ratified. How does this new, trilateral trade agreement differ from NAFTA and what do U.S. businesses need to be aware of before USMCA is in place? During this webinar, World Trade Center Buffalo Niagara President, Craig W. Turner, discusses the proposed new deal and shares information on the role that the World Trade Center Buffalo Niagara plays in the USMCA Coalition for North America.
During this webinar, sales tax expert Diane Yetter of YETTER and the Sales Tax Institute discusses the South Dakota v Wayfair decision. She also provides an update on what the states have done in response to the decision, with special focus on states with restrictive drop shipment certificate rules, bringing to light issues that impact manufacturers and distributors. An update to the rules related to notice and reporting rules for unregistered sellers and marketplace facilitation rules is also provided.
When it comes to business, credit makes the world go around. If it's not extended wisely, however, it can send a company's receivables spinning out of control. This workshop provides the opportunity to evaluate your current credit process and equip you to make better credit decisions overall. Fred Strano, Principal of AFS Business Services, guides you through basic definitions, policies, mindsets, and tools that will help you establish and reinforce sound credit policy.
In today's ever-growing multi-generational workforce, problems can arise from differing mindsets and communication styles of workers born in different generations. During this webinar, consultant and trainer, Trevina Broussard explores ways that managers and employees, alike, can work effectively with people of all generations. This session will help us all find common ground and ways to take advantage of the differences in values and expectations of each generation.
This program is designed to guide creditors through all documents they might receive as creditors to a debtor in Chapter 11 bankruptcy without requesting special notice. Jeffrey Cohen and Gabe Olivera of Lowenstein Sandler discuss important documents that could materially impact a creditor's rights, including: contents of a bankruptcy petition, including the list of debtor's largest general unsecured creditors, bar date notices, proof of claim forms, disclosure statements, plans of reorganization/liquidation and plan voting ballots.
Cybersecurity is more than an IT department issue - it affects all departments, with the finance function being most vulnerable. During this session, security expert, Dave Newell provides insight into the latest risks in cybersecurity with real-world examples and insightful commentary. Dave provides his Top 10 Tips and action items that you can implement at your company to help keep the "bad guys" at bay - both in the US and overseas.