Invitiation:12th Credit Risk Management Conference in Bulgaria

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Dear Partners,

ICAP Bulgaria, a member of the ICAP group of companies, the largest Business Information and Consulting group in Southeastern Europe, is organising the 12th Credit Risk Management Conference in Bulgaria.

The event will take place in Sofia Hotel Balkan, on Tuesday, 12th October.  Our guests are welcome to join online or in person.

Bulgarian and international speakers will reflect on the challenges facing businesses, in the current year of economic crisis and uncertainty. We shall be debating on how the COVID-19 has brought digitisation to the forefront, in all the areas of our lives.

The technology trends in the financial services will be presented by Anthony Scriffignano – SVP Chief Data Scientist at global Dun & Bradstreet.

A new and contemporary topic will be the focus in the first panel: “ESG & Green economy  – innovations and strategies for sustainable development”.

Our keynote speaker, Tim Vine, Head of International Finance & Risk Solutions at Dun & Bradstreet, will take us over the novelties and challenges of the “The Credit to Cash Journey”.

An extensive panel discussion represented by various businesses, will give insights on how Bulgarian companies manage their Credit Risk in the current economic situation. The context is the automation and digitalisation of products and services.

Our event offers an opportunity to establish good business contacts, to exchange experience and ideas and to present successful practices.

We are delighted to invite you to join our Conference, at our privileged prices below:

– for one participant in the hall, at 100 euro (VAT excluded).

– for ONLINE participants, at 40 euro per person (VAT excluded).

Please register by email, not later than 1st October 2021.

For more information, please contact us on +359 894 696 888, or visit


Important Information

Please note, that the attendance of the event in person, will be possible only with a Green Certificate (a vaccination certificate, a certificate of recovery, a negative PCR result or a rapid antigen test), certified with the respective documents.

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