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a link to credit management resources; including practical articles, step-by-step guides, example
texts. This is your gateway to a feast of information. New material is added regularly.
& Quotes - brief informal notes about new technologies, strategy and credit topics of
general interest. Also some interesting or topical quotations.
A site index is available. This is designed to make
easy for you to switch directly to the subject that interests you, with a
simple click of your mouse. Subjects are arranged in alphabetical
links to other Credit Management
related web sites are available on the Credit Links page.
HEADLINE NEWS & RECENT ADDITIONS
Book Review of Credit Risk Management - The Novel in The Asset Magazine
March 2015 edition of The Asset the Assistant Editor, Christoph Kober,
reviews Credit Risk Management – The Novel (Part One). Here is a
brief extract: “In The Novel, Wells presents technical concepts in
a manner that is enlightening to anyone interested in how oil majors and
traders fuel the world economy.
In the sometimes covert world of commodities, the
book reveals how large oil majors can do business even with nefarious
traders and national oil companies with erratic payment patterns.
advice wrapped in lively accounts of how large commodity deals are
brokered make the book a helpful guide not only to credit professionals
but treasurers and financial directors as well.
read the whole Book Review click here
Professor of Credit Management Recommends Credit Risk Management
– The Novel
The Professor of Credit Management and MSc Finance,
Programme Leader at a prestigious UK
University, and Programme Leader for the Singapore Accounting Academy
(SAA-GE), has read and
now recommends ‘Credit Risk Management – The Novel’.
To advise her decision she wrote as follows:
“I have recommended your book to a few libraries and added it to
my ‘other’ recommended reading list.” Click here
for more information.
BPO & Friends have a Stranglehold on the LC and will soon finally lay
it to rest…
Read why every business that accepts Standby Letters of Credit as
collateral cover (security) for its sales transactions should switch to
requiring Bank Payment Obligations (BPOs).
Discover how the BPO-Plus (BPO & Friends) will gradually but
inexorably replace transaction related Documentary LCs over the next five
years or less.
The considerable rewards intrinsic to using BPO and electronic
documents in combination are available to every trading partnership today;
you should be benefiting - click here.
Payment Obligations (BPOs) – Basics for Corporate's
you are a Seller or Buyer of goods this article provides the basic
information you need in order to start replacing Standby Letters of Credit
and/or Documentary Letters of Credit (LCs) with the BPO or BPO-Plus
Credit Risk - The Future & Career Prospects
Ron Wells presented this topic at the IECA
Europe 28th European Credit Education Group Conference in Athens, on
June 24, 2014. Click here
to view or download the supporting presentation material.
Oman Crude Oil Futures (OQD)
Dubai Mercantile Exchange’s OQD contract is becoming the crude oil
pricing benchmark for the Asian market, displacing the Dubai Crude Oil
Futures contract. It
is important to understand the credit risk implications of trading in
these and the associated OTC Oman Crude Oil Contracts.
This article clearly covers all important points.
Day BFOEs - Understanding the related Credit Risk
Previous 2001/03 notes updated as per April 2014 )
ICE Brent Crude Futures and 25 Day BFOE
(Brent-Forties-Oseberg-Ekofisk) Forward contracts create the basis
for the determination of the cost of more than 65% of the crude oil
bought and sold in the world. However the jargon and processes related
to the wider Brent Futures and BFOE market are not easy to unravel.
Understanding the credit risk implications is even more challenging.
This article clearly covers all important points.
Lecture Series' Presentations Delivered by Ron Wells
Click to access a copy of the supporting PowerPoint:
1: Strategic B2B Credit Risk Management
2: Performance (Pre-Delivery) Risk Management
Payment (Post Delivery) Risk Management
Letter of Credit Legal Decisions (
is probably the most important centre of trade finance in
. The linked notes cover a number of significant decisions on trade
finance handed down by the
courts in recent years. Kindly supplied by Toh Kian Sing of legal firm Rajah
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