What: TMA Sweden panel debate on bad payers
When: 17 May 2016 at 17h30 (panel debate starts 18h00)
Where: KPMG Stockholm, Tegelbacken 4A in the city center
Price: Free for members of TMA Sweden and friends of Swedish House of Finance. Guests pay SEK 350 incl. VAT at the door (credit cards please).
We look forward to seeing members from TMA Sweden and Swedish House of Finance as well as guests join our panel debate on bad payers: “can’t pay – won’t pay” at KPMG on Tegelbacken 4A in the city center of Stockholm.
We will get different perspectives on collecting debt effectively – how do banks look at non-performing loans and how important is working capital? How do you effectively reduce working capital and improve the cash conversion cycle in companies? What laws and regulations can be of assistance here and what rules poses a risk if non managed properly?
We are glad to see a senior panel of experts in this field and will be joined by:
· Oskar Ekenger: Oskar is a Senior Advisor in SEB’s Special Credits Management department. Oskar has more than 10 years’ experience from working with leveraged finance and restructuring from the bank side. He has represented banks on both Nordic and European Co-coms as well as led a number of complex restructurings cases.
· Jeremy Lipshitz: Jeremy is a core member of the PwC Sweden Business Recovery and Restructuring practice. He has extensive experience working on complex pan-European restructuring, refinancing and insolvency assignments for both corporate and banking clients.
· Todor Panayotov, Todor has worked with recovery, restructuring, disposals of suboptimal assets and balance sheet optimizations since 2006. Experience comes from most corners of the world - from Venezuela and China to Sweden and the CIS.
· Carl Hugo Parment: Carl Hugo is a Partner with White & Case in Stockholm and focuses on different aspects of banking and finance law, debt capital markets and financial restructuring/ insolvency. He has a significant track record in the area of insolvency law and distressed debt covering formal and informal insolvency proceedings, enforcement of security interests and workouts. Carl Hugo is a member of INSOL International, the International Association of Restructuring, Insolvency & Bankruptcy Professionals. He is also listed in The Legal 500 EMEA, IFLR 1000 and Chambers Global.
We will gather at 17h30 and start the panel debate at 18h00. After the debate our event sponsor and host Björn Dahl of KPMG will offer some refreshments and light food.
This event is free for members of TMA Sweden and the friends of the Swedish House of Finance. Guests are welcome at pay 350 SEK incl. VAT at the door (credit cards please).
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