Whether you're a corporate wanting to access safe off-balance sheet facilities, or a lender navigating the problem of reputation, risk and putting liquidity to work, TFR's Cross-Border Trade Forum Europe 2016 will prepare you for market changes and growth in 2016.
Get an update on regional trade flows affecting emerging markets from Danae Kyriakopoulou of the Centre of Economics and Business Research (CEBR), and hear from Hogan Lovells on what regulation now means in practice. Standard Chartered will also outline how supply chain finance is reaching the parts of the value chain that other facilities can't reach.
What's new for 2016?
We've drawn upon past feedback from last year's conference to bring you a programme that draws on transactions from across the trade finance instrument spectrum, adding regional and digital context to reflect the need for greater speed and efficiency in making trade happen.
Hear from a panel of bank and technology provider experts on the future of digitising trade finance, chaired by TFR Editor-in-Chief and Sibos moderator, Clarissa Dann.
Understand how Africa is tackling the retreat of international banks at a time it needs more trade finance than ever to boost intra- and extra-African trade from Dr Benedict Okey Oramah, President of African-Import Bank (Afreximbank).
Learn from legal experts on how to navigate tightening prudential and financial crime regulation – and ensure your due diligence is fully effective.
Early bird saver rate (book before 25 January 2016): GBP 595
Standard price: GBP 695
Speakers: Geoffrey Wynne (Sullivan & Worcester), Danae Kyriakopoulou (CEBR), Louise Lamb (Hogan Lovells), Philipp Rossberg (Euler Hermes), David Leggott (Hogan Lovells), Sean Edwards (IFTA), Nirmal Radhakrishnan (Standard Chartered), Oliver Belin (PrimeRevenue Inc), Dr Benedict Okey Oramah (The African Export-Import Bank), Ashley Skaanild (essDOCS), André Casterman (member of International Chamber of Commerce), Markus Wohlgeschaffen (member of the ICC Banking Commission Advisory Board), Michael Howell (CrossBorder Capital), Geoffrey Wynne (Sullivan & Worcester), Michael Vrontamitis (Standard Chartered)
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