Anthony Cianciotti of Baker Donelson gets into the details of trademarked inventory in the event of a bankruptcy and what a lender should consider when it comes to a borrower’s continued right to use the licensed trademark and to sell trademarked inventory.
Organizational psychologist and diversity, equity and inclusion expert Ella F. Washington explains how company leaders can create more equitable environments and limit turnover by focusing on inclusive workplace language, decision-making and feedback.
In his annual year in review and outlook, Hugh Larratt-Smith of Trimingham spoke with experts from across the asset-based lending space to get a pulse on how the industry has dealt with the many economic hurdles of 2022 and how they’ll approach 2023.
In a roundtable discussion focused on chief credit officers, panelists from Edge Capital, Horizon Technology Finance, SLR Business Credit, Marco Financial and Wingspire Capital discuss the important role of the CCO and how they are leading credit teams through the economic turbulence of 2022.
In the second installment of a two-part series, Suzanne Konstance of Wolters Kluwer Compliance Solutions outlines some of the technological tools lenders can use to improve risk assessment and mitigation.
During its more than 20-year track record, Concord Financial Advisors, founded by Tom Jones in Chicago, has found success living by its mission to source creative financing solutions for clients with optimal terms from lenders, resulting in significant savings of time and money.
In part two of a series on improving corporate social responsibility, Brittany Hooper of LSQ shifts the focus to environmental, social and governance initiatives in the supply chain and how working capital solutions like supply chain finance can provide benefits for all stakeholders.
Lending in 2022 presents a new host of challenges for financing providers of all types. Inez M. Markovich and Howard Brod Brownstein break down how lenders and borrowers will need to adjust their expectations and requirements.