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February 8, 2023

For first time in Bucharest, in 2016: Fifth edition of World Credit Congress & Exhibition

WCCE to take place in Central and Eastern Europe for the first time, Romania’s capital being set to host it on April 13-15, 2016
International Collections Manager and Leadership Events will organize for the first time in Romania and Central and Eastern Europe the fifth edition of the World Credit Congress & Exhibition (WCC). The Congress will take place at the JW Marriot Hotel in Bucharest on April 13-15, 2016.

WCCE is a global event that brings together the most important experts and professionals from the commercial credit, debt collection and credit risk industry. It plans to offer relevant content and high-level contacts in order to support the critical functions of commercial crediting, debt collection, commercial risk and related financial services. Irrespective of the size of the businesses managed and of the level of expertise in the domain, the participants will benefit from an important value with which to immediately contribute to business sustainability in transactions on markets sensitive to turbulent and unpredictable economies.

WCCE has always brought together top-level speakers and has presented debate programs with consistent content for participants, clients and suppliers, and in particular with added market value, in this case for Central and Eastern Europe.

“Professionals from all over the world will be the main characters of this top event. We, the Organizing Committee, are convinced the key speakers’ level of expertise will definitely offer a wide range of knowledge in order to improve the participants’ experience,” WCCE President Luis Eduardo Perez Malta stated.

The summit in Bucharest represents the fifth edition of the World Credit Congress & Exhibition, an event that takes place every 2 years, its previous editions having been hosted by Mexico City (Mexico) in 2007, Dublin (Ireland) in 2009, Johannesburg (South Africa) in 2011, Sydney (Australia) in 2013. Over 600 experts and executives are expected to take part in this global summit, and 50 per cent of the delegates will represent the international business sector.

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