Jointly organize by FCI and BIBM and supported by the Bangladesh Central Bank.
Factoring continues to grow successfully both in mature markets and in emerging markets. Through their control methods and permanent monitoring of the receivables on their clients’ debtors, factoring companies are able to provide more financing than traditional lenders and, at the same time, limit their credit risks to a strict minimum. Factoring companies therefore play an important role in financing the economic activity, as well as during the financial crisis. Traditionally it is small and medium-sized companies that benefit most from this financial instrument, but also more important companies use factoring for flexible growth finance or for restructuring purposes.
The World Trade Organization has already confirmed the strong positive correlation between Factoring finance and SME growth on a global level using relevant data obtained from FCI and International Trade Associations.
The agenda will cover presentations on fundamentals of factoring, domestic and international factoring, FCI and its role in international factoring and Supply Chain Finance, FCIreverse, Islamic Factoring and potential of Factoring in Bangladesh.
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