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Most exporters and traders are eager to do more business, and often, they skipped the Know Your Customer or KYC process (also known as due diligence). The absence of KYC process is estimated to cause the failure of over 20% of collection cases. Besides, company may be unintentionally involved in money laundry or fraudulent cases if the company does not check its trading partners. In this seminar, speakers will discuss how to effectively use the "Collectability Index" to reduce the failure to recover bad debts.
Who should attend
Corporate managers responsible for compliance, credit management, account receivable, or collection
• Why KYC is the most important base for collection of bad debts?
• Best practices of KYC
• How to use the lowest cost to do KYC?
• How to use the "Collectability Index"
• Case study sharing
Alexander Lo, CEO, FaBuTX Ltd
Alexander has over 30 years of experiences in business information management, compliance, credit management and information technology. Previously, he has held leadership positions in the world's leading business information providers, including Managing Director of Thomson Reuters Asia, and General Manager of Dun & Bradstreet (D&B), Hong Kong and Taiwan. Alexander is a frequent speaker in media, academic institutions, and industry seminars & conferences across Greater China, focusing on compliance & credit management
Norris Chan, Consultant, Receivable Management Services (HK) Ltd
Norris Chan has over 30 years of hands-on experience in the debt collection industry. As a veteran debt receivable practitioner, Chan and his team have managed portfolios exceeding billions of US dollars. He is a popular speaker and has conducted over a thousand seminars in Greater China.
Date and Time
12 November 2020 (15:00 to 17:30)
HKGCC Chamber Theatre
22/F United Centre
Ms. Wing Lau 22018296 / email@example.com
Booking through RMS only HK$380 per person
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