Strategic Risk Simulation: Managing Supplier Financial Distress through your Multiple Tiers

Managing Supplier Financial Distress through Your Multiple Tiers

Mid-cap companies are bearing the brunt of the pandemic. Bankruptcies rates for middle market companies have soared 4X higher than their larger counterparts since 2019 (Rapid Ratings – Jan. 2024 – CNBC) while Large Caps are returning to pre-pandemic levels (S&P Global). Mid-Cap’s Profitability, mainly in the Aerospace, Automotive, and Retail market sectors, has taken a hit, with a staggering 20% decline.

The Altman Z-score and Strategic Simulation are powerful tools for predicting corporate distress and are now more relevant than ever.

Join Chris, Greg and Jim for a lively discussion for an in-depth webinar where we will explore innovative methodologies for identifying and managing high-risk suppliers through Strategic Simulation Modeling.

► Chris White Lean MBB, Founder and President of scmBOX

► Greg Schlegel CPIM, CSP, Jonah, Founder of The Supply Chain Risk Management Consortium

► Jim de Vries: Founder, Managing Partner of Enhance International Group

Key Takeaways:

  • Learn how to leverage the Altman Z-score to predict supplier bankruptcies.
  • Discover advanced techniques in Strategic Simulation Modeling to safeguard your supply chain.
  • Gain actionable insights to enhance your company’s resilience and ensure uninterrupted product delivery.

This is the 3rd in a series of webinars leveraging FOAK Strategic Risk Simulation tool, which models cause-and-effect relationships and their outcomes.


  1. Supplier Financial Solvency Challenges
  2. Financial Health Definition and Best Practices
  3. Relationship Modeling the Impact of N-tier Financial Distress
  4. Case Study
  5. Recommendations on How to find the n-tier nexus supplier that could have the greatest impact on production Revenue
  6. How to get Started?

Don’t miss this opportunity to fortify your business against supply chain disruptions.

Register now to secure your spot and stay ahead of potential risks! We hope to see you at the Webinar!

  • 00


  • 00


  • 00


  • 00



Jul 18 2024


10:00 am

More Info