TXF Global Commodity Finance & Sustainable Natural Resources 2023
The TXF Global Commodity Finance & Sustainable Natural Resources event is back next week in Amsterdam and will gather the who’s who of commodity finance - from traders, platform providers and banks to funds, insurers and brokers.
It’s just one week out from the blockbuster TXF Global Commodity Finance & Sustainable Natural Resources 2023 conference in Amsterdam. And there are a plethora of economic and geopolitical headwinds to discuss along the yellow brick road.
From unabating disruptions to global supply chains caused by the ongoing crisis in Ukraine to banking sector instability, interest rate hikes by central banks to battle inflation to recovering business activity in China as strict Covid-19 restrictions end, the past year marked another volatile one for the commodity trade finance market.
The event - the gold standard for networking - will be hosted at the Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky from 23-24 May with an evening of glitz and glamour for the hugely popular return of the industry dinner on the evening of 22nd May. So be sure to click your ruby slippers (there’s a Wizard of Oz theme this year if the allusion seems tenuous).
This is the place to be if you want to mingle with the most senior representatives from trading houses, producers, software/platform providers, insurers, brokers, lenders and many more over two days of exceptional content and unrivaled networking opportunities. Last year, more than 45% of the guest list comprised traders and producers. And the corporate blend of attendees will have a similar weighting this year.
Learn from industry players what to expect from the shifting geopolitical landscape and how your business can respond. Uncover the challenges and opportunities shaping the industry with the global bankers panel and senior reps from global trading houses; and have your say and ask questions throughout as we encourage open and honest discussion in a collaborative environment.
Also, don’t forget, you can get access to the full guest list prior to the event and set up meetings with our custom-made messaging platform. We will also announce the winners of TXF's Deals of the Year 2022 and invite the victors to collect their trophy
To attend the industry dinner please contact Hesham Zakai at email@example.com
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