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29 April 2020

Live webinar: How can institutional investors support trade finance flows?

Middle East & Africa, Americas, Asia-Pacific, Europe
Managing Editor
Thursday 14th May 2020 | 10:30 EST | 15:30 BST It is more essential than ever for the trade and export finance community to engage with institutional investors to optimise their ability to access capital. Join our live 1 hour webinar as experts discuss what a long term issuer/investor relationship can look like in trade finance

The current global climate has made it imperative that the trade and export finance industry strengthen its ties with institutional investors to optimize their ability to access capital. Traditionally, engagement between institutional investors and asset managers has been viewed as needing improvement by this community.

In this live webinar and Q&A, our panel of experts discuss how investors work so that issuers are better able to successfully address their needs. We will discuss what success looks like, share case studies and look beyond the crisis as to what a long term issuer/investor relationships can look like in trade finance. 

Register your place online for free here
Date: Thursday 14th May 2020
Time: 10:30 EST | 14:30 UTC | 15:30 BST
Length: 1 hour

Join the webinar to discover:

  • How do investors work so issuers can better address their needs?
  • Various successful case studies
  • Looking beyond Covid-19: how can long-term issuer/investor relationships look like?
  • Live Q&A with the panelists 

Speakers include:

Lance Doherty, AVP - Capital Markets Group, Pacific Life Insurance Company

Adam Dener, Managing Director, Fermat Capital Management

Thomas Dunn, Chairman, Orbian

Daniel Sheriff, CEO, TXF (Moderator)

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