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Date/Time
Date(s) - 20/09/2019
9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Location
TBC - Cape Town

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Registration 8:30am

With the continuing effects of the economic downturn being felt by businesses, the importance of good credit management has been magnified and all companies credit management policies need to be reviewed and upgraded in order to avoid your company becoming a statistic of the poor economy. In addition credit management is also being impacted by the new legislation such as the National Credit Act, the Consumer Protection Act and the new Companies Act.

Covering

This is a full day seminar aimed at commercial creditors (businesses who supply other businesses on credit). Specific Staff who will benefit from this seminar are credit managers, financial managers responsible for credit, credit controllers and any other staff involved in credit.
1. Due Diligence
1.1 Credit Application forms and standard terms and conditions of trade
1.2 The Impact of the CPA and NCA on credit applications
1.3 Credit information assessment

2. Protecting your credit
2.1 The dangers of trading with Corporate entities and trusts
2.2 Effect of the Companies Act
2.3 Suretyships
2.4 Other forms of securities
2.5 The dangers of debt relief applications into the NCA

3. Focus on the cash flow
3.1 Implementation of collection policy
3.2 Pro-active action
3.3 Legal Options
3.4 Business Rescue in terms of the Companies Act

Presenter

Brett Bentley of Bentley Attorneys and Bentley Credit Control.
A practicing attorney he has served as director on the South African Institute of Credit Management and is currently on the SA Law Society expert panel for the topic of debt collections and presents seminars to attorneys countrywide on the topic. He is also a recognised expert in the field of credit management and speaks at numerous conferences nationally on the topic.

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