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Supply Chain Finance - Identifying and Mitigating Program and Partner Risks

Bob Dyckman, Director Buyer Originations – Americas | Orbian
August 6, 2019 at 11 AM CT

Supply Chain Finance programs are becoming best practice in the global corporate market.  Companies which dismissed the concept just a few years ago now have active programs or have made finding the right solution(s) a top priority. More and more companies are monetizing their payables for working capital or cost reduction purposes and recognize the benefits such strategies can have to their financial well-being, as well as that of their trading partners. However, there are inherent risks in implementing programmatic solutions. This session identifies the risks Buyers and Suppliers must consider as well as those associated with current solution providers

Bob Dyckman

Bob Dyckman, Director Buyer Originations – Americas | Orbian
Bob Dyckman is Director Buyer Originations – Americas at Orbian. Bob has a wealth of experience in providing Supply Chain Finance and Working Capital solutions to some of the largest companies in the world. Prior to joining Orbian, Bob held executive leadership positions at Mizuho Bank LTD, BNY Mellon, Wells Fargo and CitiBank. Bob also has a broad range of experience in Treasury Services payables, receivables and information solutions in both sales and product management roles. Bob has authored articles on Supply Chain Finance for the Journal of Payments Strategy & Systems and the Journal of Corporate Treasury Management and has been a featured speaker at a number of financial services conferences including: BAFT North America, TEXPO, NACHA Payments and the New York Cash Exchange. Complimenting his undergrad degree at Villanova University, Bob received his MBA from Seton Hall University.