ABF Journal Releases January/February Risk Management Issue
ABF Journal, marking its tenth year in publication, has released its January/February Risk Management Issue, in which we focus on many types of risk from technological risk and those risks involved with social media, to pricing risk and risk in raw materials.
To start off the edition, Trimingham’s Hugh C. Larratt-Smith looks back on the Gilded Age and draws parallels to what we have been facing in today’s lending environment.
James Clark of OpenPro and Steven Lebetkin, OpenPro BOSS discuss Cloud-based technology and its opportunities in using advanced credit monitoring tools.
JE Gross’ John Gross provides a perspective on managing price risk, and James MacGregor of The Abernathy MacGregor Group offers his take on dodging social media bullets.
In our first Profile of Success for 2012, senior editor Stuart Papavassiliou chats with Mike Maiorino of People’s United Business Capital, where he reflects on finding himself at home at the asset-based lending shop that offers borrowers customized financing solutions.
And that’s not all. As in every issue of ABF Journal, there are a variety of articles in the turnaround, factoring, bankruptcy and legal sections.
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