Global Trade Review (GTR) is delighted to announce that the inaugural Global Commodity Trade Finance Conference will be taking place in Lugano, Switzerland in September 2014.
Held in partnership with the Lugano Commodity Trade Association (LCTA) and reflecting Switzerland’s role as the world’s leading commodity trade hub, the event is ideally placed to provide timely insight on the significance of the global trading market and the challenges faced, both in the local markets and the opportunities faced further afield.
Huge emphasis will be placed on the importance of networking, in which an abundance of such opportunities will be provided over the course of the event. Delegates will also have the opportunity to plan and organise private meetings with fellow attendees prior to the conference.
“One of the few conferences that truly looks at issues and topics affecting key players of commodity trade finance.”
A Fernandez, Bunge Latin America
“A good forum to bring the important stakeholders of the commodities industry together to build business relationships for mutual gain.”
R Bothra, Olam International
“GTR provides an excellent forum for the trade industry to gather and discuss relevant and topical initiatives facing the industry. This is invaluable to all the trade operatives”
P. Rogers, BNY Mellon
“Every Exporta event is a library, a know-how centre for trade finance people. Interacting with different sides of the sector is crucial for everyone. Exporta provides that.”
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Not since 1833 have there been calls to abolish a United States bank. At the time, it was President Andrew Jackson who succeeded in abolishing The Second Bank of the United States. Today it is Congressman Ron Paul of Texas who is calling for an end to the Federal Reserve.
Paul thinks the Fed is the root cause of the financial crisis and what permitted exorbitant risk-taking by companies ranging from Bank of America (NYSE: BAC) to Citigroup (NYSE: C) and from Morgan Stanley (NYSE: MS) to AIG (NYSE: AIG)