The Current Headache of International Supply Chain Issues: What you Need to Know


Thu, November 11, 2021, 11:00 - 12:00


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Cost: Members: $95
Non-Members: $195

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11:00am ET
5:00pm CET

About the Webinar

Delayed deliveries due to supply chain and transportation bottlenecks are resulting in requests for extended terms, order changes or cancelations.  Join FCIB as we dive into the current headache of international supply chain issues and how they are affecting the credit department and credit terms. We also will discuss what the future could hold so you can help create the best workarounds for your company. 

Our panel of experts will include a banker, a freight forwarder, a trade credit insurance expert and a credit risk management professional. 


About the Moderator

John LaRocca, Consultant


About the Panelists

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Phillip Poland is the head of U.S. Trade and Dangerous Goods Compliance with DHL Global Forwarding. Before his time with DHL, Phillip was in the law department of a major defense contractor and spent time in the aerospace industry dealing with trade and contracts. He also spent time as an adjunct professor at St. Louis University teaching courses on international contracts and trade and is still a guest lecturer on trade-related topics. 




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John Loy is currently the managing director of Invre Capital, LLC, a new advisory firm that specializes in companies with unique trade receivable, trade finance and inventory finance challenges and opportunities, as well as fintechs.

John has spent more than 18 years working for major international banks. Most recently, he spent eight years in the global trade and supply chain group at Bank of America. He also spent 10 years in the securitization group at JP Morgan/Bank One.  While in banking, John developed a specialty in nonstandard receivable financing programs, trade finance, supply chain finance and financing other unique financial assets and trade flows. 

John also spent nine years as an entrepreneur. During this time, he started his first consulting firm (focusing on specialty finance/fintech start-ups); purchased, managed and sold a wholesale distribution business; and started, managed and sold an LED lighting business.

Early in his career, John spent time in commercial real estate development and was part of the initial team that launched a new specialty finance start-up for Aon Corporation.

John earned his Bachelor’s degree in English literature and economics from Denison University, and received his MBA from the Booth School of Business at the University of Chicago.


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Jay Tenney has over twenty years of experience in the Trade Credit and Political Risk Insurance markets. As the Managing Director for the Southwest office of Trade Risk Group, the premiere independent specialty broker of Trade Credit Insurance in the U.S., his responsibilities include the managing and generation of accounts receivable insurance policies. Previously, Mr. Tenney was Sales Vice President for Euler Hermes in Dallas, Texas, overseeing the world's largest credit insurer's Southwest Region. During his 20+ year tenure in credit insurance, Mr. Tenney has assisted hundreds of companies with their domestic and international credit risk management needs for all areas of the world. Prior to joining Euler Hermes, Mr. Tenney was Regional Sales Director for a U.S. based medical device provider with domestic and international responsibilities and a Financial Advisor with E.F. Hutton. Mr. Tenney has a BS in Agricultural Economics/Marketing from the University of Illinois, sits on the board of NACM Southwest, is a member of the North Texas District Export Council and has served on the Trade Finance Committee of the Dallas Chamber of Commerce. He is also a frequent speaker at financial and credit-related seminars and conferences.


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