RONALD A SEREIKA
Ron has over twenty five years in credit management in the clothing, door and window manufacturing, wine and now the medical device industry. He holds a BS in Accounting and has received his certification in credit and finance from the Amos Tuck business school at Dartmouth University. Ron has been in instructor for NACM for 18 years teaching both the CAP and ACAP classes helping over 150 credit people prepare for their credit designations. Ron is currently the Credit Manager at CooperVision Inc, a $2B Global medical device company. Ron has been honored with the following awards for his efforts in giving back to the credit community; NACM National instructor of the year 2010, Credit Executive of Upstate NY in 2011 and the NACM CCE award of Excellence in 2013.He has a passion for his profession and is continually looking to share his knowledge so other can grow theirs.
Your company must be PCI compliant if it receives payments in the form of credit cards, checks and wires? As our technology base in the world has improved and made our lives easier, so has the threat of having our identities stolen. Each year we hear of several companies that have experienced data breaches and the major negative impact it has on all consumers. Data breaches are not only detrimental to consu..
The speaker has 30 years of experience managing and directing Credit teams working in both Public and Private organizations, six in total. During this time the experiences he has had with reviewing employees, terminating employees, developing dysfunctional departments into World-class teams. From his experiences, you will learn what things you can do to help further your career, how to do them, and also how..
During many years of evaluating companies there are many things that you find are not as they seem after breaking down a balance sheet, income statement or statement of cash flows. If you do not have the skills to properly analyze the companies’ financial statements, you could end up losing a large customer to bankruptcy or granting a loan and the company defaults on it. In the webinar you will learn how re..
This webinar will cover the entire credit process from how to set up an account, how to decide what payment terms they should receive all the way to how best to collect from a delinquent account. The webinar outlines steps for the following processes:Credit application- what is needed in the body of your credit application so that your company is covered should there be a lawsuit, or the customer ..
You will learn all about how to start the analysis process, how the FASB and SEC operate together and where you can find audited financial statements, and how to retrieve them. We will cover the auditor’s opinions and what they mean. We will discuss the objectives of analysis management, learn tools and techniques such as common sizing financial statements and trend analysis. We will cover the five categori..
With our society now always striving to measure everything and talking about having World Class customer service, why not have a World-class Credit Dept? We will start with all you need to set up your team to be World Class, how to monitor them to make sure they continue to meet that expectation and what to do if one of the team starts getting off that path. We will discuss how to set up metrics to measure ..
Many people may have financial statements in front of them but they do not know what they should be looking for. The Financial Statements can be seen as a Maze as there is so much information and people do not know where to start looking first. This live webinar will show people where they can find the income statement information they need and then depending on their needs (Are they looking to invest in th..
This webinar will cover the entire credit process from how to set up an account, how to decide what payment terms they should receive all the way to how best to collect from a delinquent account. The webinar outlines steps for the following processes: Credit application- what is needed in the body of your credit application so that your company is covered should there be a lawsuit, or the customer goes to c..
Why is the Statement of Cash Flows so important and what will you learn from analyzing it. In this session, you will learn about the three parts of the Statement of Cash Flows and we will break each one down accordingly. You will understand that a company can show their sales increasing every year and also show they are making profits. However, if they cannot generate cash flow from their daily operations t..