Igor Zaks (Zax), CFA, President and CEO of TenzorAI, was interviewed by Jack Large, Editor of Cash & Treasury Management File, on our approach to using AI to manage credit risk. Full webcast is available HERE
The interview targeted to Corporate treasury professionals covers some general approaches to managing credit risk, as well as demonstrating how TenzorAI tools can be deployed to make the process much more efficient, and the implications for credit managers, treasurers/CFOs and financial institutions financing receivable transactions.
Igor Zax (Zaks), CFA, President of TenzorAI, will present at TXF New York 2018 Transformative Trade, Treasury and Supply Chain conference 13 September 2018.
The presentations covering use of AI (including distributed AI) within trade and supply chain financing would be part of a panel on TRANSFORMATIVE TECH: DISRUPTING TRADE FINANCE THROUGH BIG DATA, AI & BLOCKCHAIN. The panel would also include Alisa DiCaprio, Head of Research, R3, John Stillwaggon, CEO USA, Tradewind, and Nancy Amert, Director, CGI Trade Innovation Lab.
Igor Zax, managing director of Tenzor Ltd, published a new article, Buyer Confirmed Receivables – Wider Market Implications , in the World Supply Chain Finance Report 2016, a major publication by BCR/Factorscan. The article is focused on use of buyer confirmed receivables across a variety of financing products, such as credit insurance, secularization, alternative fiance, distribution finance, as well as it’s technological and strategic implications.
To read the whole article, please click the link below:
Buyer Confirmed Receivables – Wider Market Implications
Igor Zax, Managing Director of Tenzor Ltd., published an article, Receivable Finance: Distribution Finance at Trade and Forfeiting Review. The article is focused on changes in distribution finance landscape and the way new developments such as Supply Chain Finance, Dynamic Discounting, credit insurance products and overall changes in supply chain management can revolutionize this area.Published at TFR (www.tfreview.com)
Igor Zax, Managing Director of Tenzor Ltd., moderated a panel at Factoring and Trade Finance World Conference in Miami 2-4 March 2015, a major event organized by Commercial Finance Association (CFA). The panel, Trade Credit Insurance Included
Full audio recording (kindly provided by CFA) is available via link below:
Igor Zax, Managing Director of Tenzor Ltd., was interviewed about credit insurance, among other industry leaders in Secured lender, a publication of Commercial Finance Association.
Trade Credit Insurance Proves to be a Useful Financial Tool
was written by, Eileen Wubbe, Senior Editor and also includes interviews with senior officers of credit insurers (Atradius, COFACE, EULERHermes), insurance brokers (Marsh, Arthur J. Gallagher) and Financiers (GE, EX-Works Capital).
Igor Zax is also looking forward to moderating credit insurance panel at Factoring and Trade Finance World, a major conference by Commercial Finance Association, that will be held in Miami 2-4 March 2015.
Igor Zax, Managing Director of Tenzor Ltd., is going to moderate a panel during Factoring and Trade Finance World Conference in Miami 2-4 March 2015, organized by Commercial Finance Association (CFA). The panel, Trade Credit Insurance would bring leading figures from major credit insurers (Euler Hermes, Atradius and COFACE) as well GE as a major user, and will include:
The agenda for the panel:
Product strategy – whole turnover, single risk, XoL, specialized solutions- where is the value?
· Regional strategy – US, Europe, Emerging Markets.
· Global clients- are insurers geared to serve them?
· Financial institutions vs. corporate clients – difference in approaches.
· Insurers and financiers – partners or competitors?
For link to agenda please see below:
Igor Zax, Managing Director of Tenzor Ltd. will be presenting a webinar “The Credit Insurance Puzzle: Why is it 5x more popular in Europe”. The webcast, hosted by Commercial Finance Association (CFA), the international trade association dedicated to the asset-based lending and factoring industries and will take place on 4th of November 11 am EST/4pm GMT.
Why is the percentage of secured transactions that are insured five times higher in Europe in the USA? And what can we learn from the difference?
Credit Insurance can bring up strong opinions, and often we hear most about it from the insurance experts themselves, or from lenders who want to share a horror story.
Igor Zax will offer an unbiased overview of common misconceptions about credit insurance, and mistakes that are often made. He will explore the reasons (right and wrong) why it more popular in some markets and less so in other, and the ways to structure programs for various purposes (both export and domestically). Zax will also map credit insurance among other available tools (from both corporate and financial institution prospective).
Free registration is available on CFA website via link https://www.cfa.com/eweb/DynamicPage.aspx?WebCode=EventInfo&RegPath=EventRegFees&Reg_evt_key=89CBC1A9-C350-4BCA-8CD7-E71C3ADD06A0
Igor Zax, Managing Director of Tenzor Ltd, published a new article, Receivables Finance in Context of Working Capital Management in TRF News (Trade and receivable Finance News, a major publication by BCR).
Editorial comment states “Igor Zax’s article in today’s trfnews, ‘Receivables Finance in the Context of Working Capital Management’, reminds us of the value of looking back at the history of modern supply chains and how working capital management, and hence factoring and supply chain finance, has developed from this. It also reflects on the potential frailty and dangers that over exposure to some supply chain structures can bring.
On late payments he says: “just a couple of weeks delay on 30 day terms increases working capital consumption by one-and-a-half times.” I wonder how many factors use such direct terms in their advertising material. If they do not, perhaps they should consider it, particularly as the trend is for larger companies to use receivables finance, and it is those companies in particular that tend respond well to the use of such analytic sound bites.”
Reprinted with permission.