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Advisory Committee
Advisory Committee
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The FCI Executive Committee has approved the formation of an Advisory Committee.

As part of the 5-year strategic plan, which calls for a more top-down, bottom-up approach, the FCI Advisory Committee would provide counselling, strategic advice and vision for the association. This committee would act as a think tank to provide input from senior executives representing the largest factoring, receivables and supply chain finance companies around the world. The executives would be chosen from companies representing the largest in volume/market share and the idea is to get their thoughts, opinions and views on a number of issues relating to the future of FCI.
The main objectives of the advisory committee would be to provide counselling to the FCI Executive Committee regarding topics like the following:

  • FCI’s Vision & Strategy
  • FCIs initiatives
  • New frontiers of Receivables Finance
Currently the members of the Advisory Committee are the following:
Amit Agarwal
Mr. Amit AGARWAL

DBS Bank Ltd, Singapore

Ankur Bhatia
Mr. Ankur BHATIA

Standard Chartered Bank Limited, Singapore

PATRICK DE VILLEPIN
Mr. Patrick DE VILLEPIN

BNP Paribas Factor SA, France

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Mr. Simone DEL GUERRA

UniCredit Factoring S.p.A., Italy

Eric Frachon
Mr. Eric FRACHON

Société Générale Factoring, France

Michelle Knowles
Ms. Michelle KNOWLES

Absa Bank Ltd., South Africa

PAN Zhijian
Mr. Zhijian PAN

Bank of China H.O., China

Gerard Prenner
Mr. Gerhard PRENNER

Raiffeisen Factor Bank AG, Austria

Adrian Rigby
Mr. Adrian RIGBY

HSBC Invoice Finance Ltd, UK

Miranda Stokkingreef
Ms. Miranda STOKKINGREEF

ABN AMRO Asset Based Finance N.V., The Netherlands

Vijay-Vashist
Mr. Vijay VASHIST

Emirates NBD Bank (PJSC), UAE

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