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Supply Chain Finance – a Strategic View-article by Igor Zax for Supply Chain Yearbook 2011/2012

Igor Zax, managing director of Tenzor Ltd, published a new article, Supply Chain Finance – a Strategic View in Supply Chain Yearbook 2011/2012, a publication by BCR Publishing/Factorscan.

The article focuses on both buyer-centric and seller centric (such as distribution finance) models from risk, route to market, impact on the supply chain structure and systems/process points of view.

Special Situations and Distress-driven M&A- masterclass by Igor Zax in Moscow

Igor Zax, founder of Tenzor Ltd, delivered a masterclass on “Special Situations and Distress-Driven M&A: What Does it Take to Conduct a Successful Accelerated M&A Process” 28 September 2011 in Moscow, as part of C5 conference on M&A in Russia and CIS.

The masterclass was attended by senior M&A professionals of major Russian and CIS banks and industrial groups.

For link to English version of the presentation please click the title above.

Igor Zax published in GT News on Trade Credit Insurance

Trade Credit Insurance- Best Practice and Lessons from the Crisis . Article by Igor Zax published in GT News on reasons for use of credit insurance, it’s role in transferring risk, outsourcing credit process and building financing solutions, and the effects of the financial crisis for corporate use of credit insurance.

Published in GT News – publication of AFP (Association of Financial Professionals). Reprinted with permission.

New lecture by Igor Zax at LBS on Distressed M&A

Igor Zax, founder of Tenzor Ltd, published his lecture, Distressed M&A –Supply Chains and Working Capital Solutions? , that he made 22 April 2010 as part of a course “Mergers, MBOs and Other Corporate Reorganisations” at London Business School.

Topics covered include strategies for distressed mergers and acquisitions, core principles for turnarounds, effect of supply chains, role of ABL (asset backed lending), working capital management, distribution structures and vertical integration.