IECA Webinar: Preparing For a Potential Bankruptcy Storm: Issues Credit Professionals Need To Know
Join us for an IECA's 2-Part Preparing For a Potential Bankruptcy Series! This two-part webinar series is presented by the IECA's CLEG Bankruptcy Working Group.
Part 1: Preparing For a Potential Bankruptcy Storm: Issues Credit Professionals Need To Know
April 15 2020 - 2:00-3:00 p.m. ET
Part I of this program will explore the early warning signs of counterparty distress, steps to consider taking before bankruptcy to protect your position and an overview of the bankruptcy process.
To gain an understanding and overview of how to identify the signs of an impending customer bankruptcy, tools to use before and after a bankruptcy filing, a review of the bankruptcy process, strategies to employ while a customer is in bankruptcy and a review of the latest federal economic relief programs.
Part 2: Overview of Recent Federal Economic Funding Support Programs and Thinking Strategically When Your Counterparty Files For Bankruptcy Protection
April 22, 2020 - 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. ET
Part II of the Program will examine bankruptcy strategies to maximize your position and minimize loss as well as the various federal programs that have been enacted and what they mean to you.
A continued discussion on how to identify the signs of an impending customer bankruptcy, tools to use before and after a bankruptcy filing, a review of the bankruptcy process, strategies to employ while a customer is in bankruptcy and a review of the latest federal economic relief programs.
This webinar series is FREE for IECA Members!
Non-Members can purchase one of the two webinars separately at $35.00 each, OR you can purchase the BUNDLE of the two-series for $50 (a $20 savings!)
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