This course covers the nature and scope of international trade finance, including payment facilitation, risk management, financing and the provision of information related to a global trade transaction. You’ll learn about the commercial and country risks that may be encountered during import-export operations, and how to manage and mitigate these risks. International Trade Finance covers the legal implications of risk-mitigation techniques as well as the appropriate use of them. Finally, you’ll learn how to develop a financial plan for your company’s short-, medium- and long-term needs, including the types of data that are essential for cash flow analysis.
What You’ll Get
- An International Trade Finance PDF textbook
- Access to the online video lecture—approximately 6.5 hours in length—which you can pause and re-play as needed
- 24/7 technical support
- Access to the International Trade Finance online examination
- International trade competencies to help you compete in today’s integrated global marketplace
- $600 ($550 for FITT General Members) plus applicable taxes
Completing International Trade Finance
You'll have up to three months from the date you register to work through the course at your own pace and take your exam. The exam is offered online in a multiple-choice format.
International Trade Finance is also periodically offered online through KnowledgeOne—one of our esteemed Delivery Partners. All FITTskills online courses through KnowledgeOne are schedule-based and instructor-led. Visit KnowledgeOne’s website for full course details and offerings.
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Major in Finance or International Business?
Hello everyone, I am transfering soon to Cal Poly Pomona. I recently finished up an A.S. in Business Management-International Business/Trade and all the lower electives that I could transfer.
So now I am thinking of majoring in either Finance (With a concentration in Multinational Corp) or Intl Bus and minoring in one or the other.
A few things; First of all, I would like to have a career where I can work in or travel to other countries. Especially Japan/China/Korea. I was in the Air Force for 5 years and spent my last two years in Tokyo and loved it.
Second, I really don't want to end up in some sort of sales job
Responsibility of the Treasury which is federal:
The basic functions of the Department of the Treasury include:
Managing federal finances;
Collecting taxes, duties and monies paid to and due to the U.S. and paying all bills of the U.S.;
Producing all postage stamps, currency, and coinage;
Managing government accounts and the United States public debt;
Supervising national banks and thrift institutions;
Advising on domestic and international financial, monetary, economic, trade and tax policy â fiscal policy being the sum of these, and the ultimate responsibility of Congress
I said ""Historically, the U.S. has almost always produced surpluses, so exports of ag products have almost always served to balance our international trade as well as finance other domestic programs and imports - until recently." You say wrong, then cite an example that shows I'm right. "The northern states were developing manufacturing skills, and the southern states were extremely dependent upon agriculture, which also included the use of slaves.". Well, slavery and the great compromise have nothing to do with the fact that the new U.S. was then, a net exporter of ag products. And, who the hell do you think the South was selling their cotton to? They were selling it to the English fabric mills, that's who