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Supply chains have never really recovered from the unexpected events of the past two years — and new situations continue to emerge.
Global disruptions have created dire supply chain and financial challenges for many businesses. And after two years of compound crises, companies are reeling over how to manage a seemingly endless cycle of threats.
With supply chains still in disarray from the events of the past two years, it's harder for businesses to react to emerging situations — from new surges of COVID-19 triggering lockdowns in countries such as China, to the quickly evolving Russia-Ukraine crisis.
How can you safeguard your business and navigate not just the current disruptions, but the future ones that we now know to expect? In this webinar, we’ll focus on:
- The impacts of global events on supply chains worldwide, especially in certain industries
- Steps you should take if your vendors or customers are impacted by external events or sanctions
- Best practices for boosting resilience despite disrupted supply chains, and how to create agility to withstand unexpected events
- Best practices for navigating global crisis in your credit decisions
With these tools at hand, you'll be able to optimize your supply chain and credit decisions, and further protect your business outcome.
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Dun & Bradstreet Speakers:
General Manager, Finance & Risk Solutions
Brian Alster is the General Manager of the North America Finance & Risk and Enterprise Platform businesses at Dun & Bradstreet, responsible for the growth and profitability of the company’s core data-driven finance and risk solutions, as well as the company’s shift to digital-first, e-commerce platforms and technologies. Brian has been with Dun & Bradstreet for over 10 years and has held various leadership roles in Dun & Bradstreet’s Strategic Sales organization. Prior to joining Dun & Bradstreet, Brian spent almost 20 years in the financial services industry.
Global Chief Economist
Arun is the Global Chief Economist at Dun & Bradstreet, working across global quantitative and qualitative economic research, econometric modelling and commodity and industry research for the past two decades. He has provided strategic advice and expertise to aid decision making within various government and private organizations. Arun's ability to connect economic insight and data and explain business implications has led to him becoming a trusted advisor and expert for media, government, and clients alike.
Chief Compliance Officer
Hilary Wandall is the Chief Compliance Officer and Associate General Counsel, Regulatory, at Dun & Bradstreet, leading the company’s global compliance and ethics program and manages the regulatory legal teams responsible for corporate compliance, data and product compliance, and privacy. Hilary has a multi-disciplinary background in law, ethics and compliance, biomedical science, strategy, and product development. She joined Dun & Bradstreet in 2021 after five years at the privacy solutions provider, TrustArc, where she most recently served as Senior Vice President, Privacy Intelligence and General Counsel. Prior to TrustArc, Hilary spent 22 years at the global pharmaceutical company, Merck, most recently as Associate Vice President, Compliance and Chief Privacy Officer.