The COVID-19 pandemic has hit the supply chain of many companies and the stability of supply is one of the main concerns. No matter whether the companies keep working with existing suppliers, or plan to find new suppliers in other markets, it is essential to make sure that your business partners are reliable. You should also pay attention to the cash flow issue which is another major factor to maintain a healthy supply chain.
During this webinar, our speaker from CRIF will explain how to enhance supplier risk management with business information, which is an important tool to evaluate suppliers effectively so as to ensure a stable supply. Also FundPark will introduce the financing situation for small and medium enterprises, and share how to manage cashflow in the supply chain, by turning SME’s invoices/purchase orders into cash.
On Wednesday, June 17th, join our webinar in collaboration with CRIF and FundPark to learn more about the current concerns associated with the changes in the supply paces.
ABOUT THE SPEAKERS
Mr. Bible Kwan is responsible for developing CRIF’s Business Information business in Hong Kong and South China Region. CRIF is a global company specializing in credit bureau and business information, outsourcing and processing services, and credit solutions. It serves 6,300+ financial institutions and 55,000+ business clients in 50 countries on a daily basis.
Mr. Kwan has extensive experience in channel development. He is engaged in supporting enterprises with business development, risk control as well as supplier management solutions. He has worked for a number of large multinational companies, including Alibaba, Shipserv and GT Nexus.
Henry is the founder and management team of FundPark, he is a principal in business development and heads the overall development in Hong Kong and the Greater China region.
He has extensive knowledge in Supply Chain Finance and FinTech areas and was invited by the different organizations as a guest speaker to share his insights.
He holds a Bachelor degree in Finance. He worked in Hang Seng Bank and Standard Chartered Bank, and oversaw a portfolio of SMEs with exposure of over USD 100 million.
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