Titel: Global Credit Management
Autor/en: Ron Wells
An Executive Summary.
52:B&W 6. 14 x 9. 21in or 234 x 156mm (Royal 8vo) Case Laminate on White w/Gloss Lam.
John Wiley & Sons
27. Januar 2004 - gebunden - 180 Seiten
A practical approach to global credit management
Written by an experienced practitioner in the field, this comprehensive book gives practical advice on how to address credit management issues in order to generate competitive advantages while ensuring the survival and strength of the company.
Ron Wells (London, UK) is the only Certified Credit Executive resident outside North America and an active member of the Association of Executives in Finance, Credit, and International Business (FCIB-NACM) in Europe.
PART I: CREDIT POWER AND BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT: THE STRATEGIC OVERVIEW.
1. Why Grant Credit?
2. Customer Risk.
3. Country Risk.
4. Bank Risk.
5. Risk Mitigation Power.
PART II: GLOBAL CREDIT POWER IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY: THE NEW SOURCES OF POWER.
6. Receivable Asset Management - Portfolio Power.
7. Electronic Commerce - Internet Power.
8. Outsourcing - Alliance Power.
PART III: POWER BLUEPRINTS - PRACTICAL TOOLS: THE HOW.
9. Measuring - Switch on Credit Power.
10. A Practical Country Risk Management Process.
11. Two Practical Bank Risk Management Processes.
12. Promissory Notes and Demand Guarantees.
13. Payment Undertakings and Risk Sharing in Practice.
14. Trade Credit Risk ScoreCard and Limit Model.
Appendices: Credit ScoreCard Analysis Examples.
I. Bank A - Subsidiary of an international bank.
II. Bank B - Local bank in an emerging market country.
III. Company A.
IV. Company B.
V. Company C.
VI. Company D.
In the words of Paul Bennett (Global Head of Credit & Receivables Management for ChevronTexaco Corporation), 'Ron Wells devotes considerable energy to maintaining his professional contacts and activities, and staying abreast of - indeed, at the cutting edge of - current developments and new products in his field. He continues as a thought leader amongst his peers, and has successfully implemented new products and practices which have added value to the company in his area.'
Ron believes passionately in the positive contribution that active credit management can make through increasing quality sales, improving the balance sheet structure and enhancing the risk profile of any business. He has spoken in many forums and written numerous articles on this theme, and on practical aspects of commercial credit management.
Ron is a Certified Credit Executive (CCE), an Associate of the Chartered Institute of Bankers (ACIB), a Chartered Management Accountant (ACMA), and a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators (FCIS). He has practical experience in a range of commercial undertakings, in corporate and trade finance banking, and most recently as the Credit Executive for ChevronTexaco supporting its high value commercial activities in Europe, Russia, Africa and the Middle East.
"...explains how the power of credit can be unleashed to benefit any company..." (Creditman.co.uk, 12 January 2004)