A Seminar on the Efficient Work with Receivables was Held for Belarusian Enterprises
Video report: Seminar for the heads of Belarusian enterprises faced with the problem of non-payment by Russian counterparties
The presenter of the seminar - Head of the Union of Anti-Crisis and Arbitration Managers, arbitration manager, PhD in Law, Bogdan Kostanets - addressed the audience with the following words:
“The problem of non-payments of Russian organizations to Belarusian partners is quite acute now. We know how to repay arrears even in the most difficult cases - when the debtor withdrew assets, reorganized, went through an official liquidation process or is in bankruptcy. We are ready to share this information with you.”
An interesting and intense discussion then followed. Those present, that were more than 50, mainly the owners and top managers of Belarusian enterprises, questioned Russian guests about the difficulties they meet while dealing with Russian colleagues. After 4 hours of the seminar the participants had the opportunity to continue more substantive communication with the experts of the Russian Union of Anti-Crisis and Arbitration Managers at the buffet table.
According to the statement of Vladimir Karyagin, this seminar showed how urgent the topic is. He expressed hope for further cooperation with the Center for Political Analysis and Information Security in carrying out such informative events.
The Union of Anti-Crisis and Arbitration Managers unites over 160 arbitration managers, as well as specialists in the field of jurisprudence, finance and audit, specializing in supporting bankruptcy proceedings. Members of the union have strong legal qualifications and long positive practice, as well as significant work experience. All of the above, as well as access to state secrets, meet the requirements for implementing bankruptcy proceedings, including strategic enterprises and organizations.
The Union provides comprehensive highly professional and qualified services in bankruptcy processes, crisis management, protecting the interests of creditors and debtors, protecting businesses and owners, preserving assets, and collecting overdue debts. In total, since 2007 as of October 2019 the Union participants have successfully implemented more than 3,000 bankruptcy projects throughout the Russian Federation.