This year efcom became SME Banking Club’s Partner again!
efcom is a German company specializing in implementing and developing software for factoring. efcom’s software solutions cover complex factoring concepts in all important factoring types.
In 2022, SME Banking Club, together with efcom, organized a joint webinar on Applied Artificial Intelligence in Factoring.
Furthermore, during the latest CEE22 SME Banking Conference, Federico Avellán Borgmeyer – Chief Partner Officer and Member of the Management Board at efcom – was presenting the topic How AI Changes Financial Services.
Last year, Olena Gryniuk – CEE Director at SME Banking Club was interviewing Federico Avellán Borgmeyer during SME Banking Conversations – the series of inspiring interviews on SME Banking, digital transformation, and people making innovations happen in the industry.
In 2023 SME Banking Club launched SME Banking Education Camps – a unique educational project in the CEE region, during which Federico will share his valuable, practical, and many years of experience with our participants!
Watch the full interview with Federico Avellán Borgmeyer below:
efcom is a leading provider of factoring software solutions. Founded and based in the heart of Europe’s financial metropolis Frankfurt am Main over 20 years ago, today efcom and its holdings and partners serve almost 50 well-known financial institutions such as Deutsche Bank-Postbank, HSBC, BNP Paribas, Unicredit, BBVA, Eurofactor, Raiffeisenbank, Allianz-Bank, NovaKBM, FinTechs, large companies and many more. By 2022, efcom’s customers reached over EUR 200 billion in factoring volume, with over 100 million invoices and over 1 million buyers and sellers.
About SME Banking Club
SME Banking Club was established by a team of former SME bankers in 2010 as a professional network of bankers to exchange information and experiences in the segments of micro, small, and medium-sized businesses. SME Banking Club organizes regional SME banking conferences and webinars that bring together financial institutions, technology companies, and development finance institutions to share knowledge, spur innovation and promote the development of SME Banking in the region. Also, it provides its members with access to detailed analytical market reports and annual studies. SME Banking Club’s main activities are concentrated in Central and Eastern Europe.