About this event
In this 45-minute online meeting, Working Capital Forum director Mike Hewitt will be speaking to Jakob Ruden from McKinsey and Ade Omisore from Taulia to understand how modern receivables finance operates as part of a working capital strategy, when to use it and how to structure an effective programme.
Among the issues we'll be covering are:
Whether your organisation is already using or considering using receivables finance, this is your chance to get the inside track on how the best programmes are structured.
You'll be able to download detailed presentations and, after the event, we'll send you a report summarising the main findings of the conversation.
Mike has been CEO of Adaugeo Media, the company behind The Working Capital Forum, since 2012. Before that he was CEO of the European operations of the Association for Financial Professionals. Mike is a regular speaker, writer and moderator on working capital and treasury management topics.
Ade Omisore is Head of Structuring, Receivables Finance at Taulia. Previously, he spent 25 years at General Electric Capital Corporation in a variety of senior leadership roles, across GE Capital’s Accounts Receivables monetization (both on & off-balance sheet),securitization, asset-based lending, leverage finance and private equity businesses. In addition, Ade was a senior risk executive at InterNex Capital, where he ran transaction structuring, underwriting, closing and syndication.
Jakob is a partner in McKinsey’s Cologne office and a leader in McKinsey’s Transformation Practice in Europe. He is also a global leader of McKinsey’s cash excellence work. Jakob brings more than 17 years of experience in cash management and operational and financial restructuring. He has led several transformations often acting as CTO. He has served clients in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa across different industries including travel, chemicals, automotive, consumer goods, and retail.
The Working Capital Forum is a networking group for those in treasury, payments and procurement with a shared interest in optimising working capital. We hold regular conferences and meetings in global financial centres, both online and in our legendary round-table lunches.
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