3rd edition, April 24, 2012, Radisson Blu Hotel
For the third year, ICAP Romania and CYCLE European are hosting this important conference and networking opportunity.
Keynote speakers from Romania and abroad will provide useful information, provoking discussion and reflection on Credit Risk issues. The exchange of ideas and dialogue during the Conference on concrete measures for the reduction of Credit Risk will serve as the starting point for future action plans.
Some of our key speakers:
Richard Hunter, Managing Director, EMEA & Asia-Pacific, Fitch Ratings
Richard Hunter, based in London, is the Managing Director responsible for Fitch’s corporate rating practice in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia-Pacific. The international corporate rating group provides rating and research coverage from 27 offices for over 1,000 industrial, commercial, utility and other corporate entities in more than 40 countries. Prior to this, Richard served four years in London as the Regional Credit Officer for Europe and Asia. Between 2002 and 2005, he managed the agency’s global power practice in New York.
Richard is a regular speaker at events about the financial markets as well as a policymaker addressing credit risk. He is a graduate of Lincoln College, Oxford University. Before joining Fitch, he worked in credit roles in Frankfurt and London at the central liquidity institution for the German cooperative financial system.
Tim Graham, Global Process Owner, Credit & Collections, Oracle
Tim Graham, CCP is the Global Process Owner, Credit & Collections for Oracle Corporation. He is responsible for Oracle’s global credit and collection policies, processes and systems to support the firm’s global trade credit and collection teams. Tim has over 20 years’ experience in the credit and collection field (13 at Oracle) and recently managed the internal implementation of the Oracle Credit Management and Advanced Collections applications in over 70 operating units globally. He was a key member of the project team that established Oracle’s Credit and Collection Shared Service Centers in Bucharest, Romania, and San Jose, Costa Rica.
Tim earned his Certified Credit Professional (CCP) designation from the Credit Institute of Canada in 1992, and has served as President of the BC Chapter of the Credit Institute, as well as on the National Board of Directors. He is currently on the executive committee of the Canadian Credit Institute Education Foundation, which supports credit education in Canada. Tim is based in Vancouver, Canada.