20th Receivables Finance International Convention
CODIX IS A BRAND SPONSOR OF THE 20TH ANNUAL RFIx CONVENTION
CODIX’s all-in-one software solution iMX will be introduced to the audience of the 20th Receivables Finance International Convention which will take place from 10th to 11th March 2020 in London. CODIX is a Brand Sponsor of the international event and will participate in the panel over the latest software trends in the factoring and receivables finance industry.
The 20th edition of RFIx is entitled “The Shock of the New” as a phrase very appropriate in reflecting what is happening in the global receivables finance industry and the huge and relatively sudden impact new technology is having on the sector now and what it is likely to have in the near future.
The 20th anniversary program of RFIx includes wide range of topics, such as:
- Turbulence in the world of trade: the likely effects of US-China trade tensions, Brexit and rising protectionism, as well as new fee deals
- Global factoring industry trends: FCI 2019 factoring statistics
- Global outlook for the receivables finance market: update on strategies, development of new products
- Emerging and developing markets – focus on CEE, Africa, central Asia and South America
- Managing a working capital program in 2020 and beyond
- 20 years of receivables finance – what has changed since 2000 and how far have we really come in the receivable’s world? This panel session looks at the fads that have come and gone, examining what has really worked, relieving friction and barriers to getting business done successfully. Looking to the future, the panel also picks out what trends will ride out the current challenges to move the market forward, driving true paradigm shifts.
The RFIx convention brings together industry professionals and market experts in an active discussion of the key issues facing the factoring and receivables finance industry. The event is organized by BCR, the leading provider of news, market intelligence, events and trainings, examining the future of receivables finance, factoring, alternative finance, supply chain finance, working capital management and trade receivables securitisation.