Trade and Supply Chain Finance
Mar 31 - 02 Apr, 2014
This 3-day course provides an overview of developments in the evolution of trade finance beyond the realm of ‘traditional’ products, to the fast-growing and increasingly important area of supply chain finance. The seminar links both traditional products and supply chain solutions by considering the treatment of four ‘pillars’ of trade finance
Fast-growing and increasingly important area of supply chain finance. The seminar links both traditional products and supply chain solutions by considering the treatment of four ‘pillars’ of trade finance. Given that supply chain finance is still evolving, this course considers the value proposition around supply chain finance programs, and offers a view of the future of supply chain finance in the broader context of trade finance and transaction banking. This course is designed to present selected trends, practices and developments in trade and supply chain finance.
The speaker for this course is the Head of Supply Chain Finance at Lloyds where he joined nine years ago. His experience encompasses US style Distribution Finance, Receivable Purchase and Supply Chain Finance. He has introduced both Receivable Purchase and Supply Chain Finance as new to bank products within Lloyds. Prior to his twelve years experience in Trade Finance, he spent a decade in credit insurance where he was CEO of two leading Trade Credit Insurance businesses.
This three day training course offers an in-depth view of all aspects of supply chain finance. By attending this practical course you will gain:
Who should attend?
An understanding of the evolution of traditional trade finance and the shift to encompass supply chain finance.
An overview of the state of the supply chain finance value proposition in various selected markets.
An appreciation for the scope of supply chain finance across customer segments and in markets ranging from developed economies to emerging markets and developing nations.
A comprehensive view of client needs and emerging best practices in trade and supply chain finance.
This course will be of interest to bankers and trade financiers and corporate executives seeking an understanding of the evolution of trade finance from its traditional products and solutions, to include supply chain finance.
The program will be of special interest to:
Bank Relationship Managers/Commercial Bankers
Trade Finance Sales and Product Specialists
Corporate Finance and Treasury Specialists
Supply Chain and Procurement Specialists
Venue: Johannesburg, South Africa