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.
Rule changes at Lloyd’s of London have strengthened the 330-year-old insurance market’s ability to support buyers of credit insurance worldwide say James Morrell, class underwriter, credit risk at Brit and David Powell, head of non-marine underwriting at Lloyd’s Market Association.
Just who are you? TXF contemplates trust in trade and the bumblebee in KYC. Some commercial KYC solutions are struggling, but SWIFT is coming into the game for corporate KYC alongside its bank registry. If banks and corporates are going to trust SWIFT for the KYC Registry, why would they need to embrace other technologies such as blockchain for trade?
Valeria Sica, global head of trade services for Citi’s Treasury and Trade Solutions talks to TXF about how the bank is using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to digitise compliance processes in its recently announced NextGen Project in collaboration with EY and SAS.
In the latest edition of law firm Sullivan's Trade Finance Breakfast Seminar, partner Geoffrey Wynne hosts a panel that answers some tricky legal and drafting questions covering indemnities, sanctions, government law and jurisdiction, security over goods and bail in.