We are never able to control risks of political upheaval and global political risk is not a factor in many global markets. Missing out on opportunities for your company by avoiding volatile markets WILL cost your company profits! Companies employ “A team” credit professionals that contribute information and strategies to expand sales. This webinar will give you the resources to get noticed as an “A team” member!
In today’s market, global credit professionals need to continue their professional development, learn as much as they can and obtain as many professional designations, similar to the CICP designation, as possible to secure a spot on an employer’s “A team.” These “A team” members provide education, value and resources to their employers and colleagues and secure/guarantee their spot as a valued part of the organization for years to come.
When it comes to improving global business performance, managing political risk helps “A team” members protect new and existing global investments and operations by helping management anticipate the business risk implications of political change or instability. Prepared and aware, management is more likely to be able to exit markets that are in danger of growing too unstable. Where short-term instability does not dampen the appetite to pursue long-term opportunity, management can implement risk mitigation and operational oversight to control against surprise. “A team” members are constantly looking out for new opportunities. Monitoring political risk within target regions or across continents can help management identify political developments that predict business success!
Senior Vice President
Marsh Trade Credit
Jim Dezell joined Marsh Trade Credit in 2003 and is its growth leader based in the New York office. Jim has over 25 years of trade credit insurance experience, in addition to extensive experience in finance, credit and business development. Throughout his career, he has structured and orchestrated some of the largest credit insurance programs in the United States, many for global companies that are leaders in their industry segments. Jim has placed programs for major manufacturing concerns, chemical producers, media groups, publishers, steel and metal processors and consumer product companies. When not managing client matters, he focuses on educating Marsh staff and their customers on the value and benefits of trade credit protection.
Before coming to Marsh, Jim was the regional vice president for Swiss Re’s credit insurance arm, NCM (now known as Atradius). He started there in 1988 and during his service oversaw NCM’s operations in the Northeast and was responsible for opening NCM’s offices in Canada in 1999.
Jim is a member of FCIB and the International Credit Information and Education Bureau, and has spoken at events for both. He is also a supporter of, and has spoken at events for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and the Make A Wish Foundation.
Jim received a BS in communications from Boston University and an MBA in international business from Boston College.
Registration Fees Include
One telephone and web connection at one physical location
Cancellation and Refund Policy
Registration fees, less a $50 processing fee will be refunded for written cancellations received 7 days before the program start date. No refunds for cancellations within 7 days of the program start date. Substitutions are permitted.
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