Bookings are now closed for this event. If you would like to attend please email events@ukfinance.org.uk.

In response to feedback from members, this year's Invoice Finance and Asset Based Lending Conference is set to be bigger, bolder and better than ever before. A major highlight in the calendar, this annual event arrives this year in Belfast's new Titanic Quarter, one of the world's largest urban waterfront regeneration projects on Wednesday 1 May.

The backbone and centrepiece of the festival, the conference will welcome hundreds of colleagues and dozens of expert speakers to debate the challenges and opportunities for the year ahead.

A modern conference for a truly modern sector, the event, sponsored by Credebt, is crucial for leaders of firms of all sizes to help plan their strategic direction for the year ahead. Taking advantage of the breadth of UK Finance's expertise, the conference will include a hard-hitting political panel looking at the implications of Brexit for commercial finance, as well as sessions on invoice finance fraud and economic crime, industry updates on insolvency and professional standards, and a closer look at supporting diversity across the sector.

Following the conference, delegates can network and socialise at the finale of the festival - the Invoice Finance and Asset Based Lending Gala Dinner and Achievers' Awards. Join friends, colleagues and peers for dinner and drinks and to celebrate the hard work of those who have undertaken the Invoice Finance and Asset Based Lending distance learning programmes, one of the most important and respected areas of the UK Finance learning portfolio.

Festival Pass* holders are able to attend both the IF&ABL conference and Achievers? Awards as well as the SME Banking and Commercial Finance Conference, the Digital Innovation Summit: NI, the Mortgage Market in Northern Ireland Seminar, as well as the invite only UK Finance Members' Reception and a number of key fringe events. The Festival Pass costs less than tickets to last year's Invoice Finance and Asset Based Lending conference.

Book now to join us for this highly interactive conference.

FESTIVAL EVENTS

For the first time, UK Finance is convening hundreds of delegates from across the financial services sector in Belfast, for six events over the course of two exciting days.

Hosted at one of the UK's most impressive conference venues, the Titanic Museum in Belfast, the festival includes four conferences, an awards ceremony, a gala dinner, a members? networking reception and other satellite events including workshops, lunches and museum tours. 

Of interest to organisations working in Digital Innovation, Commercial Finance, SME Banking, Invoice Finance and Asset Based Lending, and Mortgages, the festival schedule includes:

Tuesday 30 April

Wednesday 1 May

FESTIVAL PASS

Our Festival Pass is the most cost-effective way to access all events offering unrestricted access to all six events over the two-day festival. If you plan to attend two or more events, or would like to attend the Member's Reception, or gala dinner, this is the ticket for you.

  • Festival Pass £635.00 + VAT: UK Finance full and associate members
  • Festival Pass £1,135 + VAT & FEES: non-members

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Credebt

Credebt

Credebt was established by Glen Morgan FCICM (Grad) in 2009 and has developed into one of the leading providers of Receivables Management services in ...

Credebt was established by Glen Morgan FCICM (Grad) in 2009 and has developed into one of the leading providers of Receivables Management services in the UK.  The reason: all our team members have at least 15 years? Credit Management or Invoice Finance experience, which leads us to achieve results that others simply can't. Since setting up in 2009, we have recovered over £300 million for our clients on over 1,000 cases, representing all sizes, industries and scenarios. Over 900 of these cases or 90% have resulted in either the Funder being repaid in full or us exceeding the Statement of Affairs Figure set for recoveries in an insolvency. 

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