Duncan Mavin, author of the definitive book on the downfall of Greensill, will join a panel on the future of SCF at Working capital Forum Europe in Amsterdam on 1st December.
Mavin, whose book offers forensic detail on the story behind the collapse of SCF provider Greensill, will join the panel, entitled End of the wild west? Navigating the disclosure and regulation landscape for supplier finance, along with Sean Edwards, CEO of the International Trade Finance Association, Thomas Dunn, chairman of Orbian, and Frederic Gits, Group Credit Officer, Corporates at Fitch Ratings.
The panel will ask whether new guidance on the disclosure of SCF schemes may bring transparency to what has sometimes been seen as an unregulated minefield for corporate and investors.
This panel is one of 20+ sessions at Working Capital Forum Europe. The full agenda is here and tickets are free of charge for corporate treasurers and procurement heads.
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