Join Chad Salsbery, Managing Director with Adamy Valuation and Tom Fawkes, Partner at Goldstein & McClintock, for a thoughtful discussion about how you can prepare for the next economic downturn. Learn how you can help your company or your clients mitigate exposure to credit risk from customers and suppliers. To set the backdrop for the importance of this topic, Chad and Tom will provide an overview of current economic indicators and outline how bankruptcy proceedings work. They will demonstrate how to conduct a solvency analysis and discuss specific steps to reduce credit risk.
Tom's bio: https://encoursa.com/presenters/thomas-fawkes
- Understand the basics of the Bankruptcy Code
- Understand why it is important to consider credit risk
- Identify the key elements of effective liquidity and solvency analyses
- Recognize the steps a business can take to protect itself from credit risk from customers and suppliers
- Leverage knowledge of recent bankruptcies to better respond to credit risk
- None required.
Who Should Attend
Controllers, Risk Managers, CFOs, Chief Accounting Officers, and CPAs leading or working as part of teams who handle the operations of all types of businesses. CPAs in public practice seeking insights related to credit risk.
- Managing Director
- Adamy Valuation
Chad Salsbery is a Managing Director with Adamy Valuation. He has a wealth of experience in providing expert testimony and valuation services. Chad provides clients with valuation services in commercial litigation settings for economic damages, business valuations, and bankruptcy issues. He also has significant experience with insurance, construction, and government contracting cost claims. He serves clients at both the Grand Rapids and Chicago offices.
Chad has over two decades of experience in matters related to economic damages. His background includes work with breach of contract, lost profits, business interruption, and business valuation analyses. Chad’s bankruptcy and financial valuation work includes solvency reviews, liqui... Read more
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Date & Time
Friday, April 17, 2020
11:00 AM EDT (see additional timezones)
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