TXF Moscow 2018

Export Finance

Mar 13, 2018
St Regis Nikolskaya Hotel, Russian Federation
Tim Stanley
Tim Stanley
Senior Partner
Control Risks
Svetlana Egorova
Svetlana Egorova
Head of Corporate Finance Division
OMK
Ksenia Sergeeva
Ksenia Sergeeva
Senior Expert
Novolipetsk Steel (NLMK)
Olga  Kirichenko
Olga Kirichenko
Head of Debt
Gazprom Neft
Xie Zhongmin
Xie Zhongmin
Head of Russia & CIS Representative Office
SINOSURE
Rostislav Rozbitski
Rostislav Rozbitski
Head of Corporate Finance
EVRAZ
Marc  Partridge
Marc Partridge
Managing Director, Co-Head of Project & Structured Finance
Gazprombank
Marek Dlouhy
Marek Dlouhy
Deputy CEO, Business Section
EGAP - Export Guarantee and Insurance Corporation
Lilit Gevorgyan
Lilit Gevorgyan
Principal Economist - Russia & CIS
IHS Markit
Michael Geske
Michael Geske
Underwriting - Head of Russia/CIS
Euler Hermes Aktiengesellschaft
Marina Grigorieva
Marina Grigorieva
Director Structured Export Finance
ING Bank
Maxim Subbotin
Maxim Subbotin
Head of Strategic Projects Department
Uralkali
Anu-Leena Koskelainen
Anu-Leena Koskelainen
Head of Country and Environmental Risk Management
Finnvera plc
Gernot Bruch
Gernot Bruch
Head of Export & Project Finance
Linde AG
Elena Beketova
Elena Beketova
Head Of Documentary Operations and Export Finance
Lukoil
Fabio Fritelli
Fabio Fritelli
Finance Director
Maire Tecnimont
Dina Merkulova
Dina Merkulova
Managing Director, Trade & Export Finance
Alfa-Bank

Join with the best dealmakers in the Russian Export Finance market

"Extensive Networking", "Focused" and "Informative"

This exclusive, capped attendance event will bring together 120 of the most senior representatives of the country’s leading borrowers, local and international financial institutions, insurers, ECAs and advisers.

With focused and informative content, honest discussion of financing trends & opportunities, plus excellent networking opportunities, it is an event not to be missed if you are active in the region.

Appealing to senior decision-makers, TXF Moscow will attract an even mix of guests, with 50% corporate attendance expected, from borrowers to exporters. What's more, you'll have even more opportunity to get talking with your industry, as we provide unique session formats with smaller groups, as well as the usual keynote plenary sessions.

Need another to reason to join? Participants from the 2017 event included senior representatives from:

Corporates
Bashneft
Delo Ports
Domodedovo
Enter Engineering
Ferrostaal
Gazprom
Gazpromneft
Lukoil
Metalloinvest
NKNH
NLMK
Rosneft
Rusal
Sibur
Siemens
Sveza
Uralchem
Uralkali

 

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Financial Institutions
AKA Bank
Alfa Bank
Commerzbank
Crédit Agricole
Deutsche Bank
Gazprombank
ING
Otkritie Bank
Sberbank
SMBC
Société Générale
Unicredit
VTB

Export Credit Agencies
Bpifrance
Euler Hermes
Exiar
Finnvera
Nexi
SACE

Thank you to last year's attendees. Hear what they had to say!

Very well done by TXF. 10/10
Stephanie Meier-Sydow
Head of Export and Trade Finance, AKA Ausfuhrkredit-Gesellschaft mbH
Stephanie Meier-Sydow
Great job again and again. Extensive possibilities of networking & sharing news on export finance in Russia.
Ilia Ivanovich Kalinin
Origination & Sales – Export Finance, SACE
Ilia Ivanovich Kalinin
Interesting. Useful. Excellent. 10/10
Anastasia Filina
Bank Otkritie Financial Corporation
Anastasia Filina
A very interesting event with interesting insights and suitable networking opportunities.
Michael Geske
Underwriting - Head of Russia/CIS, Euler Hermes Aktiengesellschaft
Michael Geske
Very nice - "rolling in cash" panel was perfect.
Taichi Shimizu
Representative, NEXI - Nippon Export Investment Insurance
Taichi Shimizu

To download the full agenda please follow the 'download brochure' link above.


 

Location: St Regis Hotel, Nikolskaya, Moscow

  Plenary sessions Stream 1: Meeting borrowers' credit needs Stream 2: Comparing financing sources

Coffee and registration

Sign in, grab a coffee and meet your next business partner

Room 1

Chairperson's opening remarks

Room 1

Risks and Rewards in Russia

What are the current geopolitical trends affecting financing for Russian borrowers and how can you make sure you are covered? From the effect of current tensions over Ukraine, to the development of the Eurasian Economic Union, to the impact of continued low oil prices and a weakened rouble.

Room 1

In the eye of the borrower

  • How do Russian borrowers choose between different forms of financing?
  • In particular, what factors will a borrower take into account when deciding between borrowing from local or international banks?
  • What role does structured export finance play as compared with, for instance, plain vanilla corporate financing?

Room 1

Coffee & Networking

Room 1

The rise and rise of unsecured lending

Many banks have relaxed their policies on credit exposure,
but is this tren...

Room 1

Appetite from Exporters

This session examines the risk appetite among exporters for
supplying goods...

Room 2

Complexities and new realities of ECA financing for Russian borrowers

This session looks at the complex procedures and costs
involved in export f...

Room 1

Bringing LCs into the 21st Century

How do letters of credit on the blockchain work, and how
scalable are they ...

Room 2

Networking lunch

Room 1

Exiar policy update

An update on Exiar’s new products, to be launched in Q1 2018, as well as a detailed case study showing how Exiar’s support for “export orientated projects” has been used to provide cover for deals that are deemed strategically important to Russian development and could lead to exports in the future.

Room 1

How risky is Russia?

An update from international ECAs on how they evaluate Russian risk, which policies are available, and how country limits are determined.

Room 1

Coffee and networking

Room 1

Networking roundtable: Local and international lending

In this interactive, structured networking session we split the room into two halves: international and local financing. We invite you to move around between the two halves to learn about financing trends in each, understand what Russian and international markets can offer, and examine recently closed deals.

Room 1

Chairperson's closing remarks

Room 1

Cocktail reception

Open to all: join your fellow guests and relax after a busy day of debate! Grab a drink (or two) and continue the networking in a more relaxed atmosphere.

Room 1