FACTORING COURSE: STRUCTURE & CURRICULUM
Who should take this factoring course?
This online factoring course is designed for general practitioners working in banks, financial institutions, or fintechs with an interest in trade finance, factoring & reverse factoring, and/or working in functions such as receivable management, credit management/approval, risk management, relationship management, operations etc.
Kheng Leong Lee
Asia Pacific Representative, HPD Lendscape and former Asia Chapter Director for Factors Chain International
Kheng Leong Lee acquired his factoring knowledge through training in the US and UK in 1975. Upon his return to Singapore, he set up DBS factor, which was absorbed by the DBS Bank and in 2001 Mr Lee became the Head of DBS Regional Factoring. He was involved in providing factoring services to a range of companies, from MSMEs to large corporates.
In 2012, Mr Lee became the Managing Director of Bibby Financial Services, Singapore, a subsidiary of Bibby Financial, UK, the world’s largest independent factoring group. In 2015 he became the Asia Chapter Director of FCI and travelled widely in Asia to promote international factoring as well as to conduct training on factoring in the emerging markets. He is currently the Asia Pacific Representative of HPD Lendscape, the world’s leading digital Factoring, SCF and asset-based lending platform provider.
Factoring - eCourse
- 12-months access to all 8 lessons. Repeat them as many times as you want.
- 5 hours of interactive learning
- Nine case studies and 20 assessment questions to test your knowledge
- Downloadable Letter of Completion
- 100% online - learn at your own pace
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