The Association of International Credit and Trade Finance Professionals’ (ICTF) Annual Global Trade Symposium, to be held 6-8 November 2011, will cover best-in-class global credit, collections and accounts receivable (A/R) improvement Initiatives
ICTF’s symposiums attract some of the most sophisticated international credit and trade finance professionals – both experienced and novice individuals seeking expertise and connections through educational and networking events.
“The educational content and intellectual capacity contained within ICTF is astounding and surpasses any of the groups I have attended in the past,” said Scott Pales, ICTF member and 2011 symposium attendee.
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