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Trade Credit Financing On-Demand


Thu, July 21, 2016


General Information

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


About the Webinar

Trading internationally involves risk - the time between the start and completion of a transaction is often longer than trading within your own country. Trade credit financing may be used to extend credit to your customer which fuels growth while helping to manage your working capital flows.

This webinar will look at the most effective receivables funding solutions for addressing the specific working capital needs of companies doing business in today's global environment. 

Topics covered include

  • Factoring
  • Invoice Discounting
  • Forfeiting
  • Securitization


Ed Bell, CBA, ICCE is the Senior Manager, Credit Administration for W. W. Grainger Inc., a $10B global industrial supplies distributor. In his career at Grainger, spanning over four decades, Ed has served in many key roles including Branch Manager, Sales Manager, Area Credit Manger, International Credit Manager, Corporate Accounts Credit Manager and National Corporate & Government Credit Manager.

Gent Culver, Credit Manager, International Game Technology, Reno, NV

Global Credit and Collections. Gent was 20 years in commercial banking before joining IGT. He has been with IGT for 24 years; has been an active member of NACM and FCIB for over 20 years; the last seven years he has been on the board of directors for Credit Management Association, NACM’s California and Nevada affiliate and he has his CICP and ICCE designations with FCIB.

Bruce T. Miller, Managing Director-Origination/Client Relationship Management Finacity Corporation, Stamford, CT

Bruce Miller has over twenty five years experience in Securitization, Debt Capital Markets, Commercial Banking, Trade Finance, and Consulting. He is a Managing Director at Finacity Corporation, where his primary responsibility is the origination and structuring of Trade Receivables Financings for Finacity’s clients.
Mr. Miller joined Finacity in 2011 from Digital Risk LLC, where he was Co-Head of Structured Finance, and advised clients on risk remediation and loss recovery in the structured securities and whole loan markets.
From 2004 to 2007, Mr. Miller was Head of the Americas Securitization Group at ING Capital, where he was responsible for the firm’s securitization activities in North and South America.
Prior to ING, Mr. Miller was a Director at Credit Suisse First Boston, where, over a period of twelve years, he founded the firm’s original ABCP Conduit & Credit Products Group, and held senior positions in Asset Finance, Short and Medium Term Finance / Debt Capital Markets, and Financial Institutions / Trade Finance.
efore he joined CSFB, Mr. Miller was Head of the Securitization Group at The Daiwa Bank, Ltd., where he ran the firm’s U.S. securitization business.
He has advised clients and executed securitizations in most commercial and consumer asset classes, with particular emphasis on Trade Receivables. He has executed securitized financings in the ABCP Conduit, Public ABS, Private Placement, and Bank markets. Mr. Miller holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from St. John’s University and a M.B.A. from the New York University Stern School. He has taught corporate finance at the undergraduate level, and has been a guest speaker at securitization industry conferences.