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When doing business with companies or individuals in other companies, it is important to assess both country and customer risk. From a risk perspective, a rogue customer in a good country is not a much better risk than a good customer in a rogue country.
Join Professor Roberto Bergami as he outlines best practices and other factors credit professionals should consider when assessing risk for both customers and the countries in which they reside.
Roberto Bergami, Visiting Professor, Faculty of Economics, University of South Bohemia, Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic and Technische Hochschule Nürnberg Georg Simon Ohm, Nuremberg, Germany
Dr. Roberto Bergami has more than 20 years of experience in the manufacturing industry, primarily within the pharmaceutical sector. He has held a number of roles with an international focus in finance, sales, marketing, customer service and logistics. His last role in industry was that of product manager with global responsibilities. Roberto's teaching spans nearly 30 years with experience in higher education, vocational training and private education providers.
Roberto holds a Ph.D. on managing risks in export letters of credit and a master in education and in business by research (Applied Economics). Until recently, he was a senior lecturer in the College of Business at Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia, and is now a visiting professor at the Faculty of Economics, University of South Bohemia, Ceske Budejovice, Czech Republic and at Technische Hochschule Nürnberg Georg Simon Ohm, in Nuremberg, Germany. He has maintained his involvement with industry through a number of peak associations where he enjoys various grades of senior level membership. Roberto is a member of ICC Australia Banking Technique and Practices and Incoterms Committees. His main areas of research interests are in international trade with a focus on government regulations (customs, quarantine and other permit issuing agencies); delivery terms (Incoterms); international payment terms; and market entry barriers, including the practical implications of free trade agreements.
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