Neil Wood, 7th June 2011 – Global Credit Solutions (GCS) partners representing countries across the Asia Pacific meeting flew into Sydney Australia for the group’s 2011 regional meeting.
Designed to enable partners to discuss and determine regional issues affecting the Asia Pacific regions clients as well as any changes to markets in the areas of credit and risk management, the forum was held at the IBIS Hotel located in Darling Harbour, one of Sydney’s beautiful scenic suburbs right on the waters of Sydney harbour.
Countries attending included Bangladesh, India, Pakistan, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Hong Kong, China, Korea, Japan, New Zealand and Australia were represented by twnety delegates.
The increasing importance being placed on Know Your Customer and Due Diligence investigative reports as well as the need for detailed credit reports and quick and efficient collection action or clients being paramount in these uncertain times was a feature of the meeting.
The meeting over two days covered regional legislation, marketing, reporting expectations of clients, as well as having break out sessions for south, east and south east Asia and Australia / New Zeland sub regions, and provided the opportunity for partners to learn whilst networking and gaining an indepth understanding of the unique issues faced by each country.
Attached are some photo’s taken during the meeting.