TXF Germany 2018: Export Finance

Including sessions and ice-breaker drinks on 24th Sept (Conducted in German)

Sep 24 - Sep 25, 2018
Frankfurt, Germany

24th Sep: 4.30pm Registration, keynote sessions and ice-breaker drinks

25th Sep: 9.00 am - 5.00 pm

Conducted in German. 

TXF Germany 2018 is back with an exciting new agenda and a brilliant speaker line-up. Looking exclusively at the German export finance market, TXF Germany 2018 will be open its doors on the 24th September at 16:30 with two opening keynote sessions followed by a networking drinks reception. The second day on the 25th will bring you tailored content sessions and meaningful networking.

Why should you attend?

It's going to be intimate - with capped attendance at 120 delegates, we can guarantee a senior guest list and an even split between exporters and banks

It's going to be focused -  take 1 and a half days out of the office and discover all the top tips to improve your business in the coming year

It's going to be exclusive - only two representatives from each organisation will be allowed to attend, keeping our guest list full of the right names and representative of the market

Join us from 16:30 on the 24th September and meet all of the senior players in the industry, make significant connections and discuss your pressing problems with the people who have the expertise to solve them. 

But remember, this event will take place entirely in German.

 

Key agenda topics include: 

 Geopolitical overview: how will the recent changes in German and European politics affect the export market? 

 ECA update - what new products can Euler Hermes offer its exporters? Is the German ECA primed to support companies from SMEs & mid caps to larger organisations?

 What is the role of private insurance in the German market? 

 Which new markets are looking attractive to investors? 

For more information on what you can expect from this year's event, please contact [email protected]

Germany has one of the biggest export finance markets worldwide and deserves a premier summit for its major decision makers. TXF has again set up a new benchmark with the German export finance conference!
Ralph Lerch
Chair, EBF
Ralph Lerch
That was the best one ever, I mean better than anything else in the market.
Peter von Guretzky-Cornitz
Representative, BPL Global
Peter von Guretzky-Cornitz
Thank you to you and the rest of the team for an excellent conference. From the macro-economic overview to the "nuts-n'-bolts" discussions, the conference was refreshingly to the point.
Christian Etzel
Executive Director Head of Export Finance, Dekabank
Christian Etzel
As an export finance professional it was a pleasure to be part of this conference first time located in Frankfurt. An excellent platform to do networking with the support of professional and creative moderators. The best conference tailored made for Germany I ever attended after the one organized in Paris.
Martine Jany
Export Finance Germany, Switzerland and Austria, Société Générale
Martine Jany
TXF managed to sustain a high level of interesting discussions. Well attended by the German export finance community.
Eran Charit
Director, Aon
Eran Charit
Excellent mix of topics and very good size.
Daniel Reichert-Facilides
Dr., Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer
Daniel Reichert-Facilides
Bastian Kern
Bastian Kern
Co-Chair of the Interministerial Committee on Export Credit Guarantees
German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy
Carsten Brzeski
Carsten Brzeski
Chief Economist
ING DiBa
Marck Wengrzik
Marck Wengrzik
Co-Chairman
AKA Export Finance Bank
Axel Schäfer
Axel Schäfer
Head of Corporate Export Finance
Herrenknecht Group
Jens Haupt
Jens Haupt
Head of Financial Services
SMS Group
Jan-Henrik Rufer
Jan-Henrik Rufer
Managing Director Structured Finance
SENVION GmbH
Antje Rigo
Antje Rigo
Director Export Finance
Ferrostaal Equipment Solutions GmbH
Christian Bockler
Christian Bockler
Head of Project and Structured Finance
MV Werften
Thomas Baum
Thomas Baum
Head of Division Underwriting & Risk Management
Euler Hermes
Gernot Bruch
Gernot Bruch
Head of Export & Project Finance
Linde AG
Bernd Holler
Bernd Holler
Senior Manager Export & Project Finance
Brueckner
Bernd Rieck
Bernd Rieck
Head of Export & Project Finance
Voith Financial Services
Prof. Dr. Andreas  Klasen
Prof. Dr. Andreas Klasen
Professor of International Business
Simone Andrae
Simone Andrae
CEO
Andrae Project Finance GmbH
Dieter Becker
Dieter Becker
ECA Consultant
Proman
Dr Annette Buettner
Dr Annette Buettner
Head of Business Development
ThyssenKrupp Industrial Solutions AG
Clemens Haas
Clemens Haas
Head of Export Finance Germany/Austria/Switzerland
BNP Paribas
France Arnaud de Taddeo
France Arnaud de Taddeo
Credit Insurance & Issuing Guarantees Broker
Solmondo
Stefan Kaemmerer
Stefan Kaemmerer
Corporate Finance, Export Finance & Commercial Banking
Commerzbank
Michael Maurer
Michael Maurer
Global Head Export Finance
Landesbank Baden - Wurttemberg (LBBW)
Sebastian Arndt
Sebastian Arndt
Advisor- Project & United Finance (UKF)
Euler Hermes
Jan-Philipp Apking
Jan-Philipp Apking
Head of Underwriting and FIs
Euler Hermes Aktiengesellschaft
Dr. Dietrich F. R. Stiller
Dr. Dietrich F. R. Stiller
Partner
SZA Schilling, Zutt & Anschütz Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH
Sven Uwe Schulz
Sven Uwe Schulz
Leiter Rohstoffpotenzialbewertung
Deutsche Rohstoffagentur (DERA)
Eugenio Cavenaghi
Eugenio Cavenaghi
Managing Director - Trade, Export & Supply Chain Finance
Santander
Gina Fitzgerald
Gina Fitzgerald
Director
BPL Global
Oliver Socher
Oliver Socher
Partner
Baker & McKenzie
David Maule
David Maule
Executive Associate
Miller Insurance Services
Werner Schmidt
Werner Schmidt
Managing Director, Head of Structured Trade & Export Finance Germany
Deutsche Bank
Stefan Eitel
Stefan Eitel
Head of Metals & Mining
KfW IPEX-Bank
Ulla Brey
Ulla Brey
Vice President
BayernLB
Ralph Lerch
Ralph Lerch
Senior Vice President - International Trade & Export Finance
DZ Bank
Armin Wittemer
Armin Wittemer
Head of Platform - Business and Product Development
AKA Export Finance Bank

From 4:30 pm on the 24th September we will be opening the doors for TXF Germany 2018.

 

 

Register early and take part in 2 evening sessions taking place before our ice-breaker cocktail reception (covering the macro-economics of Germany's export finance market). Hear what the data had to say about how the industry is performing and get the experts' opinion during our keynote panel of senior economists. Then from 6:00 pm, it's time to relax and network with all of your colleagues and fellow guests. 

All of the sessions and networking on the 24th is included with every ticket to TXF Germany, leaving you with more time to delve into the specifics on the 25th. 

If you have any questions about our evening sessions and the networking opportunities available, please get in touch:

Via email: [email protected]

Via phone: +44 (0)203 735 6978

Frankfurt

AKA Ausfuhrkredit-Gesellschaft mbH, Große Gallusstraße 1-7

60311, Frankfurt am Main, Germany

Event enquiries

Phone: +44 (0) 20 3735 8217

Email: [email protected]

For another year, our Export Finance conference in Germany will be held in at the AKA Bank HQ, which is located in the heart of Frankfurt's financial district.  We're looking forward to hosting this gathering at this great venue again, and we're very much looking forward to seeing you all there!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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