HSBC Malta is inviting business clients to a webinar entitled “Global Supply Chains and Working Capital”. The webinar, which is taking place on Thursday 16 July 2020 at 12.00pm, will feature a panel of experts who will discuss, among other matters, how the closure of borders and factories across the globe, because of the COVID-19 pandemic, has impacted the relationship between supply chains and working capital.
Moderated by Gordon Elliot, Regional Sector Head, Transportation, Aviation and Logistics, Europe, Global Liquidity and Cash Management at HSBC, the webinar will also discuss how the bank has been supporting working capital resilience, the most significant impacts seen so far, emerging working capital considerations, new ways of deploying traditional products and services and the meaning of sustainability in supply chains.
Joyce Grech, Head of Commercial Banking at HSBC Malta, said: “This is a webinar which tries to answer important questions at this challenging time for the global economy. What is normal, and what is new? What are the trends and learnings? What tools and techniques are organisations developing to adapt? Our expert speakers who are working across several industry verticals daily are sure to provide the business community in Malta with important insights on these and other questions affecting supply chains and working capital.”
The panel members for this HSBC webinar include Inderjit Singh, Director Business Development, Global Trade and Receivables Finance; Ana Carasava, Senior Manager Solutions Structuring, Global Trade and Receivables Finance; Daniel Callis, Regional Sector Head, Natural Resources and Utilities, Global Liquidity and Cash Management and David Brown, Senior Commercialisation Manager, European Corporate Cards, Global Liquidity and Cash Management.
This webinar is part of a series of “HSBC Europe: Navigating the New Norm” webinars and will also include a live Q&A session for those interested to submit questions.
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