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Roma - "RIVOLUZIONE SPLIT PAYMENT - L'impatto su imprese e P.A. e sulle relazioni pubblico-privato", 3 ottobre 2017
L'evento, promosso da Banca Farmafactoring e da I-Com, Istituto per la Competitività, e patrocinato da Assifact, si colloca all'interno del progetto P.A. Conference, voluto lo scorso anno dai promotori per approfondire le implicazioni industriali, finanziarie e fiscali dei rapporti fra imprese private e Pubblica Amministrazione in Italia.
Alla conferenza hanno partecipato rappresentanti delle Istituzioni e del mondo associativo, cui ha fatto seguito un dibattito focalizzato sulle nuove regole sullo split payment in vigore dal 1° luglio 2017 da cui emerge il difficile compromesso fra le esigenze di liquidità delle imprese e quelle della finanza pubblica.
Tra i partecipanti al dibattito i rappresentanti di Assonime, ANCE, ASSIFACT, Confindustria, Confprofessioni e R.E TE. Imprese Italia.
Venezia – Università Ca' Foscari, Campus Economico di San Giobbe, 8 maggio 2017
BFF è main partner del convegno "Le criticità finanziarie dei comuni: norme, indicatori, prassi applicative", importante occasione di confronto utile per favorire e agevolare una più stretta collaborazione tra aziende, sistema creditizio e PA, offrendo risposte e soluzioni per la costruzione di una filiera del credito sempre più snella ed efficiente.
Massimiliano Belingheri e Roberto Castiglioni, Amministratore Delegato e Vice President Dipartimento Factoring di BFF interverranno al convegno.
Milano - Politecnico campus Bovisa, 23 marzo 2017
BFF è partner del Politecnico di Milano – Osservatorio Supply Chain Finance; il 23 marzo 2017 si terrà il convegno di presentazione della Ricerca 2016, articolata su quattro principali filoni: mercato del Supply Chain Finance; valutazione del merito creditizio; costi e benefici; profilazione finanziaria della supply chain. Giuseppe Pignatelli, Responsabile Commerciale di BFF sarà tra i relatori al convegno.
Milano - Auditorium BFF, 21 febbraio 2017
Obiettivo dell'incontro è fornire le informazioni e presentare soluzioni per la gestione del processo di fatturazione elettronica nelle transazioni B2B, incentivata dal decreto legislativo 5 Agosto 2015, n.127; il decreto prevede minori controlli e la riduzione degli adempimenti fiscali a carico delle imprese:
- rimborsi IVA in 3 mesi successivi alla presentazione della dichiarazione
- riduzione ad un anno dei termini di accertamento fiscale
- controlli fiscali meno gravosi, effettuabili anche da remoto senza ostacolare lo svolgimento delle attività aziendali
- esonero dagli obblighi di comunicazione relativi a "Spesometro", alle operazioni con i paesi "Black List", agli acquisti effettuati da operatori di San Marino, ai modelli Intrastat ed ai contratti delle società di leasing
- esonero dall'obbligo di apposizione del visto di conformità, di registrazione delle fatture attive e degli acquisti nel registro dedicato
Naples, 17 June 2014:
"DIGITAL DEVELOPMENTS IN THE NHS.
Electronic invoicing and credit certification platform"
2014 represents a key year in the implementation of processes aiming at rationalising expenditure in the healthcare system. Instruments made available by the Digital Agenda represent an opportunity but also an incentive to rethinking in terms of organisation of the supply chains involved.
The healthcare universe, in particular within the Campania Region, measures itself with what has been designed and implemented by the Ministry of Economic and Finance as regards electronic invoicing and credit certification platform.
Napoli, 17 giugno 2014:
"SVILUPPI DIGITALI NEL SSN. Fatturazione elettronica e piattaforma certificazione crediti"
Il 2014 rappresenta un anno determinante nell'implementazione dei processi finalizzati ad una razionalizzazione della spesa nel settore sanitario. Gli strumenti messi a disposizione dall'Agenda Digitale costituiscono un'opportunità ma anche uno stimolo al ripensamento in termini organizzativi delle filiere coinvolte.
Il mondo sanitario, in particolare nel contesto della Regione Campania, si confronta con quanto disegnato e implementato dal Ministero dell'Economia e delle Finanze nella fatturazione elettronica e nella piattaforma certificazione crediti.
Rome, 20 May 2010:
"The Healthcare System backlit. 2010 report. Healthcare as driving force in times of crisis"
Arrived to its fourth edition, the 2010 Report of the Farmafactoring Foundation on the healthcare system backlit, produced thanks to the cooperation between the Farmafactoring Foundation, Censis Foundation, Cergas-Bocconi and Cer-Nib, continues in its identification exercise of interpretation guidelines and original analysis on our Country's healthcare reality, and in particular on the management, financial and relation between public sector and private sector aspects.
Treviso, 10 March 2005:
"How to govern differences: subsidiarity in the health system"
The decentralisation and federalism process of the healthcare protection system has already determined and will determine differences among the various Regions as regards the actual application modalities of essential assistance levels. Such differences are positive when they represent the local realities' adaptation to the general NHS principles and criteria, but are negative when they represent the consequence of different levels of functionality in the supply system. Therefore, the task would be to implement rules in the State-Region or Region-Health Companies relations able to govern differences, nurturing positive ones and minimizing negative ones similarly to what happens in the medical filed with positive and negative cholesterol. The Lecture aims at taking stock of the effects of the 2001 State-Region agreement, with specific focus on the Veneto region, for the purpose of verifying whether or not it contributed to govern differences for the purpose of obtaining guidelines on how to shape in the future a new rule framework in the relations among the various institutional entities.
Rome, 27 October 2004:
"How to govern differences: subsidiarity in the health system"
The decentralisation and federalism process of the healthcare protection system has already determined and will determine differences among the various Regions as regards the actual application modalities of essential assistance levels. Such differences are positive when they represent the local realities' adaptation to the general NHS principles and criteria, but are negative when they represent the consequence of different levels of functionality in the supply system. Therefore, the task would be to implement rules in the State-Region or Region-Health Companies relations able to govern differences, nurturing positive ones and minimizing negative ones similarly to what happens in the medical filed with positive and negative cholesterol.
The Lecture aims at taking stock of the effects of the 2001 State-Region agreement, with specific focus on the Veneto region, for the purpose of verifying whether or not it contributed to govern differences for the purpose of obtaining guidelines on how to shape in the future a new rule framework in the relations among the various institutional entities.
Milan, 25 June 2004:
"Innovative Finance in the Public Administration: Healthcare"
Growing health expenditure and the connected deficit increasingly impose to resort to new financial resources. This entails more research for innovative finance forms and financial instruments in the relation among public entities, private entities and financial institutions, for the purpose of providing concrete answers in the matter of economic resources to all industry operators. The meeting will be aimed at assessing and in-depth analysing some experiences of financing projects and innovative modalities in the national health universe.
Rome, 29 January 2003:
"Health protection system: ten years of experience for future perspectives"
Healthcare is now facing the increasing problem of rationalising the allocation of available resources in a situation of higher demand of health needs and life quality.
For the purpose of assessing the ongoing changes, Farmafactoring promoted, in cooperation with CeRGAS-Università Bocconi, a research and study cycle about Healthcare, the outcomes of which will be presented and discussed in today's meeting, focusing on what has been done in the past and in particular on the contradictions and weaknesses arisen in the context of the approval of the 2003 Budget Law.
Milan, 8 March 2002:
"E-Procurement: centralisation of healthcare purchases. An U.K. – Italy comparison"
One of the healthcare system needs is to reduce expenditure as well as to guarantee the highest population health levels, taking advantage of all available knowledge and tools.
Words as digital signature, document and public procurement digitalisation are already present in the renewal and modernisation process of the Public Administration with the further purpose of reducing expenditures.
E-procurement, namely the good and service purchase modality carried out resorting to modern IT technologies, is part of this latter front.
Bologna, 1 December 2000:
"Integrated answers to health needs. Citizens and new healthcare"
Reforming means defining new rules in order to achieve better results compared to the past and the present. The 1992/93 NHS Reform introduced a new management model commonly defined "business like", aiming at improving the quality levels of services and the effectiveness in their production and supply, this latter condition being necessary in order to comply with the increasing expenditure macroeconomic compatibility restrictions.
Milan, 8 November 2000:
"Project Financing in the U.K. – From a project to a finished hospital"
The Project Financing activity developed over the years in various markets and in particular in Anglo-Saxon ones, by resorting to various contractual and organisational solutions and with different modalities.
In Great Britain the PFI (Private Finance Initiative) was started by the English Government with the purpose of facilitating the creation and management of infrastructures and public services by resorting to private capitals. Italy presents great opportunities and need to realize Project Financing initiatives, both due to the limited availability of public investment loans, and to the need to apply an entrepreneurial and market logic also to the establishment of public structures.
Milan, 13 October 2000:
"A comparison of four European hospitals: U.K. - Germany - France - Italy"
All western countries face the increasing problem of providing an answer to the population's health needs.
Countries like Germany, France and Great Britain addressed the problem of the limited availability of public funds and the need for a correct allocation thereof, by facilitating the balanced participation of different providers, both in the matter of management and financing.
Italy as well has seen an intervention seeking to rationalise the system aiming at reducing expenditure through the conversion of health structures into enterprises.
Today's meeting aims at examining how the matter is addressed in the four most important European countries.
Naples, 5 November 1999:
"Handling contradictions in the new Welfare model: the Healthcare study case"
Social systems "create the conditions" for their own overcoming and development. The Welfare State model is today under challange because the society "internalised" at various levels the goal of extending to increasingly wider population groups, and possibly to all the population, the actual possibility to provide answers the fundamental personal needs. In the field of healthcare, this means that the society reckons to have the potential, the ability and the tools to pursue the health protection goal without having to resort to the direct intervention of the State. However, the 90s reforms implementing such trend show some contradictions.