Klara has been appointed Advisory Chair for our “Blended Learning” initiative. She has more than 20 years’ experience in Credit and Finance management, working for global companies in the engineering, machine fabrication, metal, electronics industries and financial services.
Her most recent position was EMEA Credit Director for Parker Hannifin, a Fortune 250 leader in motion and control technologies.
Klara ensured compliance of the Corporate Credit Policies and Initiatives to its 120 locations. Before that, she led the Global Shared Services of Alcoa; supervising its Order to Cash value stream and regional credit offices in England, Spain, Holland, Switzerland, Russia and Hungary.
Klara graduated in Trade, at Corvinus University of Economics, Budapest, majoring in Finance and Business Law. She lives in Geneva, in Switzerland with her family, speaks 6 languages and is a frequent speaker at international trade, finance and credit conferences.
Having spent my whole working life in Credit Management, I have experienced many changes. The one change taking place more than ever nowadays is the function of Credit Management in Shared Service Centres, employing people with multi language skills, to
Andrew Herbert, who works at Annapurna Recruitment, completed the Level 4 Diploma Course in Credit Management held in London, October/November 2015, has achieved the highest mark to date 97.3%. An incredible result. Here he is with his Certificate of Distinction
AQA – 6 Distinctions, 1 Merit, 1 Pass, 2 Fails. Rebecca Ruck came top with 94.9%. CBRE in Glasgow – Top Marks, 95.9%, achieved by Gillian Gallacher. 6 Distinctions, 2 Merits, 2 Passes. Mishcon de Reya – Certificates of Distinction
Steve Savva presented a two day workshop on Advanced Credit Collections For Credit Professionals in Dubai and Kuala Lumpur. Feedback was Excellent and the picture shows happy, smiling delegates after the course in Kuala Lumpur. Subjects covered included: The Aims