3rd Annual Trade, Commodity and Supply Chain Finance: Liquidity, Funding and Risk

Proactively managing risks and capital to compete and innovate in this changing landscape.

Banking, Finance, Investing, Accounting, Meetings & Events

Submit new post
Thank you for posting.
Share it:

The World Trade Organization estimates that 80 to 90% of global trade is reliant on this method of financing. The overriding question for trade finance is where to get funding from. Recently a $1 billion bilateral trade contract between the US and China was dropped due to a lack of finance. Due to level of funding trade finance will need, many banks’ balance sheets will need readjusting: the conference will look at the type of funding trade finance needs. Linked to this, securitisation has been looked at as an alternative source of funding.

The conference will also look at the global perspective of Basel III, and holistic management risks across different financing lines – trade, supply and commodity finance being the main ones. It will be interesting to look at the different risks that these separate areas are facing, how to manage them individually and to even question if there is a holistic cross-sector plan that can be applied. The conference needs to look at the different types of risks that trade finance faces, including KYC, financial crime, sanction and credit risk.

From: February 05, 2014 00:00
To: February 07, 2014 23:59

London, London, United Kingdom


Banking, Finance, Investing, Accounting, Meetings & Events


Commodity, Credit, Management, Risks, Trade

Contact email


Submitted by:


Are you the organizer?

Get in touch