TXF China 2019
TXF China brings an exclusive group of senior structured finance professionals together in Shanghai for a day of collaborative discussion of regional opportunities and productive network building.
Manu Taneja, director of regional cash & banking, APAC at GE Corporate Treasury in Singapore sees a role for traditional trade finance in Asia, but digitisation will be core to the future – as will the role of treasury itself.
In the latest edition of law firm Sullivan & Worcester’s Trade Finance Breakfast Seminar, partner Mark Norris evaluates compliance in trade, export and project finance with a focus on the bribery act and how it should be implemented and policed.
With Congress split between a Republican Senate and a Democrat House of representatives, there are three key areas where the changing US political dynamic will affect trade – attitudes to Russia, China and the role of the new IDFC. For anyone seeking safe passage through these unpredictable times – a nuanced understanding of these key points and the chief policymakers is a must.
How can Excess of Loss (XoL) credit insurance, which offers up to 100% cover as well as potential capital relief under the Basel regulatory framework, help banks grow their trade receivables portfolios? Jonny Carruthers, assistant director at BPL Global explains.