Pam Krank, President of The Credit Department (TCD), speaks to clients and associations both nationally and internationally. She regularly presents webinars and live speaking events for the National Association of Credit Management (NACM) and the International Conference on Trade Finance (ICTF). Invite Pam to speak or request a list of her potential speaking topics by submitting your information in the space provided below.
Past speaking engagements:
“The Future of the Credit Department” for the NACM Credit & Financial Development Division (CFDD) National Conference in September 2014.
Moderator for “A Conversation with the CFO” at the NACM 118th Credit Congress & Expo in June 2014.
“Emerging Trends for Small/Mid-Market Credit Departments: Credit” webinar for NACM in May 2014
“Beyond the Fundamentals: Anatomy of the Perfect Credit Department” for the ICTF in April 2014.
“The Credit Professional of the Future: What CFOs Want” for the Finance, Credit and International Business Association (FCIB) in November 2013.“Maximizing Cash Flow from Receivables” for the ICTF in March 2012.
“Accounts Receivable Best Practices for Presidents” for ExecSense.
“Accounts Receivable Best Practices for COOs” for ExecSense.
TCD in the News
The Credit Department has written regularly for professional credit management associations as well as mainstream trade journals such as CFO Magazine. Here is a sample of our latest articles and interviews.
Business Credit Magazine
Three authored articles
NACM December, 2014
The Credit Managers’ Index is at its highest level since last April — evidence that U.S. suppliers are mostly meeting businesses’ increased appetite for trade credit.
CFO.com, Feb 29, 2012
What should you do when customers are slow to pay? As sales rebound and customers queue up for trade credit again, your cash flow could be at risk.
CFO Magazine, April 1, 2010
The credit freeze, spawning perils to both markets and corporate finance, was arguably the biggest risk of the year.
CFO.com, December 28, 2009
The current economy is prodding finance executives to try to detect potential deadbeats by using such things as automated alert systems.
CFO.com, August 14, 2009
With lenders shrinking the length and size of their commitments to companies and charging more, liquidity risk is rising.
CFO.com, July 1, 2009
Are your Receivables at Risk?
Supply Excellence, January 29, 2009
The downturn gives companies an excuse for demanding that customers share more financial information, to keep on top of clients’ ability to pay and stay viable.
CFO.com, January 22, 2009
Companies have never been more motivated to revisit risk management, but improvements will come slowly.
CFO Magazine, January 1, 2009
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