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Trade Receivables Securitisation, a tool to optimise working capital

Trade receivables securitisation is a means for corporates to sell receivables in order to obtain committed financing. This roundtable will discuss the usage and benefits of this popular tool. Focussing on a cooperation between NSG Group and BayernLB, we will take a look at the necessary initial considerations before starting a securitisation transaction as well as its implementation on a pan-European and US level and its further evolution.

Session 4 | 23. November, 15.15-16.00 Uhr
Referenten
Joel Curry
Treasury Working Capital Manager, NSG Group

Joel Curry has over 10 years’ experience working in a centralised treasury function with a special focus on working capital improvements.  Today, NSG Group has manufacturing operations around the world and sales in over 100 countries. In the fiscal year ending 31 March 2020, the Group reported revenue of JPY 556.2 billion (approximately euro 4.60 billion).

Judy Massa
Group Treasurer, NSG Group

Judy Massa has been working in Corporate Treasury for over 20 years and has been closely involved with a number of different securitisation schemes and many types of funding. Today, NSG Group has manufacturing operations around the world and sales in over 100 countries. In the fiscal year ending 31 March 2020, the Group reported revenue of JPY 556.2 billion (approximately euro 4.60 billion). 

Gastgeber
Guido Goldmann
Senior Director Securisation, BayernLB

Guido Goldmann is based in BayernLB’s London office, which he joinded in 2007 and where he is currently working as a Senior Director. Guido has a breadth of securitisation experience working on single jurisdiction and pan-European transactions. BayernLB is one of Germany’s leading banks in the securitisation of trade, leasing, hire purchase and consumer receivables.