Free webinar

Navigating the Choppy Waters of the Global Economy

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WHEN: Tuesday 9th May, 9.00-10.00 CET

WHERE: A Zoom link will be sent out to participants

Dun & Bradstreet offers advisory services, free and paid products, and reports that provide valuable information to help you identify where your business may be at risk and prepare for changing market conditions—so you can stay focused on your long-term goals.

For more information on what you can do to optimize your credit management process in an international setting, please sign up for this free webinar.


  • Global Macroeconomic overview and business risk trends
  • Manage your financial risks in a volatile world
  • Finance Analytics demo - navigate the financial risks with international monitoring
  • Q&A 

Are we entering a Global Business Crisis?

Businesses around the globe continue to grapple with inflation brought on by the pandemic as well as commodity price increases brought on by disruptions to the supply chain. Amidst this ongoing volatility are the new consequences arising from the Russia-Ukraine crisis that could leave the world facing extended reductions to energy supply, severe sanctions that will likely impact food security as well as rare metal supplies needed to sustain production of key technologies. All of this, coupled with a significant humanitarian crisis makes the unrest even more complicated.

Dun & Bradstreet’s team of economists are monitoring the global business environments and are assessing the key risk scenarios emanating from their region or pan-regionally. This increased risk environment is putting greater strain on Finance and Procurement departments worldwide to mitigate these risks. It is now more important than ever before to understand who you are dealing with and their specific position.


David Kremel

GTM- & Strategy Manager, Global Finance Portfolio,

Dun & Bradstreet

Responsible for the Global Finance Product Portfolio at Dun & Bradstreet in the Nordic & Baltic Region. Experienced in working with international credit management and helping companies succeed with international trade. Background within the finance and credit management segment, with previous roles such as credit manager and different credit specialist roles.

Dr Arun Sing

Global Chief Economist, Dun & Bradstreet

Arun has worked across global quantitative and qualitative economic research, econometric modelling, commodity and industry research for the past two decades. He has provided strategic advice and expertise to aid decision making within various government and private organizations. Arun's ability to connect economic insight and data and explain business implications has led to him becoming a trusted advisor and expert for media, government, and clients alike.