Europe has had as diverse a set of reactions and responses to the COVID -19 pandemic as they do cultures and countries on the continent. In this webinar, a panel of business experts will discuss how the pandemic has affected European credit risk and what they believe is the predicted future outlook for the region.
 

Recorded: May 26, 2020. 2pm EST / 11am PST


Speakers

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CEO: Creditsafe Asia & Americas

Matthew Debbage is the COO of Creditsafe Group and the CEO of Creditsafe Asia and Americas. He has been responsible for Creditsafe's international expansion across Europe, Asia, and the US. Matthew has been building a career in business intelligence and company credit management solutions for more than a decade and has developed global expertise along the way.

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Country Manager @Creditsafe Norway AS

Per Fjærestad is Country Manager in Creditsafe Norway and part of the Creditsafe Scandinavian Management Group. Currently Board member in the Norwegian Association of Credit information Bureaus (NKF). Per has broad experience covering all aspect of Credit information, including legal requirements, Product development and Sales Management – dating back to 1996 when he started his career within credit information in Experians Product Department in Norway. Later on he became part of the management team in Lindorff Decision, a Credit information Bureau later acquired by Bisnode. Per worked as Product Manager at EVRY – one of the leading IT companies in the Nordic region, before he joined Creditsafe starting up an office in Norway in 2015. Per Fjærestad lives on a peninsula outside Oslo with his family, enjoying outdoor activities such as hiking and Kayaking, but don’t mind a lazy evening with some good music or a movie as well.

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Host

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Brand Engagement: Creditsafe USA

Nathan Kolb brings a deep experience to strategic leadership with a background in sales, marketing, tactical planning and operations, project planning and management, and business developmental growth.