Webinar: Managing Supply Chain Finance at a Time of Disruption
Online | 23 June 2020 | 3pm BST / 4pm CET / 10am EST
Discuss how SCF can be applied for maximum positive impact through the Coronavirus crisis.
To say supply chains have been disrupted by the coronavirus crisis is an understatement. Across the globe, factory production has slowed or stopped. Borders have closed. Credit for SMEs has all but dried up and government loans are supporting payrolls.
More than ever, top tier companies that can access lower cost financing can play a pivotal role in maintaining credit and liquidity throughout the supply chain. For suppliers, the shortening of cash conversion cycles is critical but demand risk weighs heavily.
Supply chain financing is no magic bullet to the economic shocks caused by this crisis, but it might prove essential in injecting liquidity into creaking markets. In this webinar, we discuss how SCF can be applied for maximum positive impact through the crisis.
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Paul NicholsonSenior Content Producer EuroFinance (moderator)
Patrick KunzTreasurer a.i., Takeaway.com, MD Pecunia Treasury & Finance BV
Martin SchlageterHead of Treasury Operations Roche
Stephan WilckensHead of Global Procurement Productivity & Performance Roche
Stephan joined Roche in 2000 in the direct materials procurement area and spent 19 out of his 20 years of service for Roche within Direct Materials with growing responsibilities. 2019, Stephan left the direct materials procurement space as Head of Direct Materials Procurement Pharma at Roche and took over the role as Head Productivity, Portfolio and Performance within Global Procurement and continues to report into Marielle Beyer (Head Roche Global Procurement ). Beside this, Stephan is sponsoring the AP related efforts within Global Procurement to support the NTWC efforts of Roche in close collaboration with Roche Group Treasury.