Live Recorded Sessions


IECA is offering both of the 93rd Annual Conference sessions for a discounted fee of $75 for non-members and $40 for members. You will have access to both Supply Chain and Credit and Credit Risk Methodology – Understanding Rated and Unrated Counterparties.

Standard: $75.00
Members: $40.00

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Supply Chain and Credit

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Supply Chain and Credit


Check out the follow up webinar from Jim Gellert,  Continuing the Conversation: Expanding Credit Horizons & Evaluating Supply Chain Counterparties.

In challenging markets, cost cutting and budget management means that supply chain risk managers and procurement organizations need to be efficient and more sensitive than ever to ensure they work with suppliers who can deliver high quality goods and services to avoid exposing their company to reputational, revenue, business interruption and other risks. At the core of resilient supply chains are financially healthy suppliers. Credit professionals need to understand the nature of suppliers, the impact of their ability to grow with an organization as well as their potential to fail. Traditional credit analysis looks at downside risk without assessing upside potential of a company. In this session we will explore how credit professionals should evaluate their procurement and supply chain counterparties to detect leading indicators of other risk areas such as quality and delivery, and work with counterparties as partners to deliver maximum enterprise.

Objectives:

  • Learn about differences in credit decisions for analysis of procurement parties and how to apply credit processes to suppliers and vendors.

Speaker(s):
Members: $25.00
Standard: $35.00

Credit Risk Methodology – Understanding Rated and Unrated Counterparties

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Credit Risk Methodology – Understanding Rated and Unrated Counterparties


Join S&P Global as we present a review of key factors and trends influencing the credit risk in the energy sector. This session will cover key aspects of the rated universe including key credit factors for the energy sector, an overview of the rated universe and the outlook for the sector. We will also discuss key trends in unrated credit in the energy sector and factors driving various risk in these firms.

Objectives:

  • Evaluate and develop an understanding of the methodology used for rated and unrated counterparties.

Speaker(s):
  • Thomas A Watters, Managing Director, Sector Specialist, Corporate Ratings
  • Jim Elder, Director, Risk Services, S&P Global Market Intelligence
Members: $25.00
Standard: $35.00