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FCI heads to Croatia for the Annual CEE & SEE Conference
27 January 2023

FCI, in partnership with EBRD and the Croatian Chamber of Economy, has organised the Trade and Receivables Finance Summit in CEE, taking place on 7-8 March 2023 in Zagreb, focusing on Central and South-Eastern Europe.

Leading industry professionals from around the region will gather to discuss the latest trends, developments and challenges in the regions industry as well as network and expand their business connections.

Sponsors & Partners

We thank our Sponsors and Partners for their support on this upcoming conference, including The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), The Croatian Chamber of Economy, Codix, efcom, Qualco, Comarch, OTP Banka, Trade Finance Global (TFG), Global Trade Review (GTR) and SME Banking Club.


Leading industry players working in the region will come together to share their knowledge and experiences with attendees on topics including the World Factoring Industry, The State of the Economy in Central and Eastern Europe, Digitisation and new Innovations, Islamic International Factoring, Legal and Regulatory Challenges, ESG in trade and SCF and much more.

FCI Academy Education Seminar
Technical Aspects in Open Account Receivables Finance Seminar hosted by FCI Academy

Solutions for continued growth in challenging times 

Following the Conference, FCI Academy will host the Technical Aspects in Open Account Receivables Finance Seminar on 8-9 March 2023 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Zagreb, Croatia. Effective cash flow is essential for any business to thrive in an increasingly competitive marketplace. Receivables financing arrangements, in which companies assign their receivables for liquidity, are becoming increasingly important to sustain growth, especially during challenging times.   
This one-day seminar will guide you through the world of receivables finance, including the different products & variations of supply chain finance; risk management and insurance considerations in receivables deal structuring; invoice discounting, factoring, payables finance and reverse factoring. The comprehensive program provides insights into the priorities influencing SMEs’ financial choices and showcases the latest technology-enabled business development models. 

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