Global Trade and Trade Finance

Video Series Bundle 2

Our video series provide additional learning material designed to supplement the topics covered in the main courses. These video interviews cover industry activities for experienced professionals and beginners alike. The bundles are thematic groupings of 30-60-minute interviews, we have packaged together six videos:

1. Essentials: ICC Model Sales Contracts
2. Essentials: Supply Chain Management
3. Essentials: Trade Finance Compliance
4. Essentials: SCF Terminology
5. Essentials: Trade Finance Operations
6. Essentials: Synthetic Securitization

Essentials: ICC Model Sales Contracts
Christoph Radtke

Going into business internationally?  ICC Model Sales Contracts are here to provide low-risk templates to use for an endless variety of transactions globally.  What are these documents all about?  Sharing his vast industry experience with us is Christoph Martin Radtke, Partner at Fiducial Legal by Lamy, and Chair of the ICC Commission on Commercial Law and Practice.

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Essentials: Supply Chain Management
Alexander R. Malaket

How does Supply Chain Management play a role in today’s ever-changing and ever-connected market? What are the links between the physical, financial, and informational supply chains? The lead author of our “Introduction to Supply Chain Finance” course, Alexander R. Malaket, will take us through an overview of supply chain management and how it will impact the businesses of tomorrow.

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Essentials: Trade Finance Compliance
Dan Taylor

What is the relevance and importance of compliance in trade finance today? What can and should be done for open account trade? Providing an overview and 2017 perspective on the Wolfsberg Trade Finance Principles document, ICC Academy’s Academic Committee member Dan Taylor gives us practical insights from his +40 years’ experience in the field.

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Essentials: SCF Terminology
Alexander R. Malaket

Following a two-year project with many industry partners (including ICC), the Global Supply Chain Finance Forum (GSCFF) released standard definitions for SCF techniques to the market. What does this new structure look like? What are the benefits and today’s industry adoption? As a leading member of the GSCFF project, Alexander R. Malaket will explain how this came about and how important it is to have a trade marketplace using standardized definitions to do business.

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Essentials: Trade Finance Operations
Gunnar Collin & Alexander R. Malaket

Understanding trade operations and the role it plays in global trade will help you understand how undervalued and experienced this asset truly is. As a rich source of client insights and corporate relationships, this is the front line of market intelligence for trade banks. Gunnar Collin, Head of Operations at Doha Bank joins Alexander R. Malaket to shed light on the future of this function in a digital world.

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Essentials: Synthetic Securitization
Luigi La Ferla & Kah Chye Tan

The purchase of credit protection on one (or more) tranches of a portfolio of exposures is known as “Synthetic Securitisation” and better understood as the originating bank’s ability to sell their trade finance exposure to institutional investors.  However, has been hampered by idiosyncrasies of the asset class and the lack of globally accepted standards and independent service providers.  What can be done?  How can this interesting proposal be better understood and proliferated?

Sharing his expertise with us is a new speaker: Luigi La Ferla, Partner and Head of Trade Finance at Markham Rae LLP and also returning to lead the conversation is Kah Chye Tan, CEO of Tin Hill Capital Private Limited and co-Founder of the ICC Academy.

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