The TradeSecurely Podcast

The TradeSecurely Podcast provides information and news to help Canadian companies grow, succeed and trade securely at home and abroad. Our members are on the frontline of risk mitigation and every week on the TradeSecurely podcast they provide tips and insights on how to manage your business risk at home and around the world.

This Week on TradeSecurely

What the Heck is Receivables Insurance Anyway?

It’s Receivables Insurance 101 this week on the TradeSecurely podcast! Brad Hebert, Head of Trade Credit North America at AIG gives an overview of the basics of receivables insurance for the curious and uninitiated and explains that it is for more than just risk mitigation. Full show coming Friday!

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Episode 3: What Should Be In the Credit Manager's Toolkit

Credit managers face a number of challenges when trying to mitigate risk as they oversee the entire credit granting process. How do you ensure the credit and collection policy protects your business? It can’t be too restrictive as it must facilitate sales and growth. This week on the TradeSecurely podcast Janet’s guests are former credit manager Abraham Katan who is now the Trade Credit Practice Leader at Aon Risk Solutions and David Cooke who is a Broker at Aon Risk Solutions, Credit Solutions. Both share a wealth of knowledge from the frontlines and talk about some lessons learned 10 years after the financial crisis.

Episode 2: Developing a Generalist & Specialist Broker Partnership - How & Why

This week on the TradeSecurely podcast a look how engaging with a specialist broker for Receivables Insurance can provide ongoing support and expertise that benefits both the generalist broker and their clients.  Janet’s guest is John Middleton, President of Global Credit Risk Management. 

Episode 1: The Sears Bankruptcy - Stories from the Trenches

The Sears bankruptcy loomed for 3 years and for Canadian suppliers of this giant retailer it was a period of extended uncertainty. Some were able to thrive and some, not so much. This week on our show David Dienesch, a member of RIAC and CEO at Euler Hermes Canada explains how companies navigated the last three years.