On 21 and 22 October, the Spanish Factoring Association (AEF) held its thirty-nine General Meeting in Granada. Once again, Alvantia sponsored this event, which brings together the main players in the commercial finance industry in Spain. (more…)
On January 26th and 27th, the “Supply Chain Finance Summit” was held once again, BCR’s annual event where the latest trends in the sector are shown and where the leaders of the trade finance industry share their ideas.
The Factoring Congress is one of the most important events in the calendar of factoring and finance managers and professionals in Poland. This year, due to the circumstances surrounding Covid-19, the congress has been held through an online event divided into two sessions.
Roberto Gutiérrez (CEO – Alvantia) For the World Factoring Yearbook – BCR publication in association with FCI
It is not easy to talk about tools to generate liquidity for companies and economic crises when the world is going through the worst pandemic that most of us have ever known. This article is being written in early April in Madrid, Spain which is quite clearly one of the places most affected by this situation.
On September 26, the Mexican Factoring Association (AMEFAC) held its 11th annual convention, which brought together the sector’s main representatives from around the world. Different companies, authorities and institutions involved in factoring addressed topics related to global trends in its regulations, international experience, legal framework, macroeconomic perspectives, new markets, as well as funding alternatives.
September 1st, Fintech Finalbion moves
to the avant-garde on innovation after implementing the Alvantia commercial financing platform
into its own systems, backing up its disruptive business model with the most
innovative technological solution on the market. Finalbion, who specializes in
the financing of working capital, now operates under Alvantia
has been implemented with huge success by Alvantia’s team and will be used by
Finalbion from now on to manage their receivables and payables services, among
know, women currently have very little presence in technology companies.
However, recent studies show that companies
would yield a much greater profit if they were to achieve equality: for
example, if the UK were to increase the number of women to 30%, its economy
would grow by 11 billion.
On 24 and 25 April, the 2ndSouth Campus Forum on
Employment, Innovation and Technology Transfer was held at the Universidad
Politécnica de Madrid (UPM). It was a gathering that allowed the students of
the Higher Technical Schools of Computer Systems Engineering and
Telecommunications to get to know first-hand the different scholarship and
internship programmes offered by the participating companies.
For the fourth consecutive year, Alvantia has participated, as Gold Sponsor, in the Receivables Finance International Convention (RFIx), a key event in the trade finance sector that this year celebrated its nineteenth edition at the Marriott Grosvenor Square Hotel in London. (more…)