International Trade Finance

In London (England)

£ 2,199 - (Rs 1,79,291)
VAT not incl.

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  • London (England)
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In three intensive days, this course confronts the current issues in international trade finance on a step-by-step basis. It will lead you through a thorough understanding of the risks and solutions involved. You will return to work fully aware of the best risk mitigation and internal communication techniques, ready to do business in a safe and prudent manner.

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Where and when

Starts Location
07 November 2016
6th Floor, 29 Bressenden Place, SW1E 5DR, London, England
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What you'll learn on the course

International Trade
Product Innovation
Trade Finance

Course programme

Agenda Summary ï Letters of Credit and Their Variants ï The Evolution of Letters of Credit in the Trade Cycle ï Back to Back Issues ï The Essential Differences Between Guarantees and Standby L/Cs ï Forfaiting and Factoring ï Warehouse Financing and Fraud Avoidance ï Structured Pre-Export Finance Case Studies and Practical Workshops ï Who takes the main risk? ï The ICC 600 in-tray exercises ï Case studies in back to back financing ï Utilise L/Cs and guarantees to structure a workable solution for a client ï Reading material for tripartite oil for coffee ìback to backî style financing ï Define the products by example ï Review the risks inherent in the conditional guarantee and standby being utilised as payment mechanisms ï Bondtrade ï Product innovation, making the market ï The internal presentation ï Spotting and avoiding fraud in trade finance: five generic case studies ï Securitisation and pre-export finance structures ï Question and answer session and a look at the future via Energy Structured Export Notes

Additional information

Practical course