COVID-19 Update…Financial World, 1 Year Later!
Tuesday, Apr 20, 2021
1:00pm – 2:30pm
COVID-19 Update…Financial World, 1 Year Later! What has changed and what can we expect?
Please join us for an insightful webinar and learn what experts are saying about how the pandemic has changed the receivables management industry over the last year.
For an encompassing view of the receivables cycle, our panel representation includes a Bank, a Debtor Buyer and a Collection Agency.
Speakers For The Event
Marshall McCullough, Director, Late Stage Collections, Global Operations, Scotiabank
Marshall joined Scotiabank in 2017 and leads an internal team responsible for the late stage collection process for Scotiabank & Tangerine which includes insolvency, asset sales, credit file integrity and the vendor oversight of both secured & unsecured products. Marshall has almost two decades of experience within the collection industry, working in a variety of operational, strategic and vendor roles.
Bryan Szemenyei, President, Canaccede Financial Group
Bryan has spent over a decade with Canaccede Financial Group Ltd. During his time with Canaccede, he has held Senior Executive roles in analytics, credit, risk, corporate development, treasury and investments. Throughout his career, Bryan has formed valuable partnerships with major Canadian banks and lending institutions which have allowed to gain insights into industry trends and best practices across various operating models. Bryan has BA (Hons) and MA degrees in Economics from Western University, and an MBA from the Richard Ivey School of Business.
Marc Billard is the Vice President & General Manager of MetCredit
MetCredit is a multinational debt collection agency which has been servicing credit grantors across North American for the past 48 years. Marc and has over 28 years of experience in the credit and collection industry managing receivable portfolios in sectors such as financial institution, telecommunications, student loan, government, and B2B.
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