International Finance

Courses on International Trade Finance

The Trade Finance Guide was created in partnership with FCIB—The Finance, Credit, and International Business Association—a prominent business educator of credit and risk management professionals in exporting companies ranging in size from multinational to SMEs. FCIB's parent, the National Association of Credit Management, is a non-profit organization that represents nearly 16, 000 businesses in the United States and is one of the world's largest credit organizations. This Trade Finance Guide was also created in cooperation with the U.S. Small Business Administration, the U.S. Export-Import Bank (Ex-Im Bank), the International Factoring Association, the Association of Trade & Forfaiting in the Americas, and BAFT-IFSA, the association for organizations actively engaged in international transaction banking. (BAFT-IFSA was formed by the merger of the Bankers Association for Finance and Trade (BAFT) and the International Financial Services Association (IFSA)).

Trade Finance Guide in Spanish

ITA has published a Spanish version of the Trade Finance Guide in partnership with the California Centers for International Trade Development (CITD) to help facilitate U.S. exports to Spanish-speaking countries. The CITD is a state-funded non-profit organization that promotes California's international trade and global competitiveness. With offices across California, the CITD assists local SMEs with expanding their global presence, especially in Mexico and Latin America, where Spanish is the primary language. Through this collaboration with CITD, the Spanish language Trade Finance Guide will enable ITA to reach thousands of potential new exporters. For more information contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Where to Learn More about Trade Finance

For more advanced trade finance training, FCIB offers the 13-week International Credit and Risk Management online course, which was developed with a grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Commerce in 2001.

Press Release: FCIB Global and U.S. Commercial Service Sign Strategic Partnership

May 2, 2013— FCIB and the U.S. Commercial Service of the U.S. Department of Commerce's International Trade Administration May 1, 2013 signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to increase awareness in the U.S. business community, particularly among small and medium-sized businesses, about exporting and the tools and resources our organizations provide to help them succeed.

Were u a trading assistant or trade support guy?

by workerbee2005

How did you get into that industry initially. Do they require a finance degree? I have a MIS degree. I also took pretty much all the finance courses available back in my college. But I can't find a computer job now. Very interested in what you did before. Could you tell me more about your line of works?
I am a financial news junkie and pretty analystic. Love more about macroeconomic subjects than microeconomic ones. Which field of trade support are better for my background? Fixed Income or Foreign Exchange maybe?

Hi, Lorettainwarwick,,,could you help?

by workerbee2005

Hi, sorry to bother you. I saw your post below. And very interested in what you did. were you a a trading assistant or in trade support? How did you get into that industry initially? Do they require a finance degree? I have a MIS degree. I also took pretty much all the finance courses available back in my college. But I can't find a computer job now. Very interested in what you did before. Could you tell me more about your line of works?
I am a financial news junkie and pretty analystic. Love more about macroeconomic subjects than microeconomic ones. Which field of trade support are

Shaolinpanda! IT intern needs your help!

by temp777

Not sure if u still remember me. My background is in finance, trade desk administration to be exact. love programming and trying to break into IT. Took quite a few comp sci courses and did very well back in college. Currently I am volunteering as a helpdesk and desktop support guy for a MIS dept of a medical center in Manhattan. The manager told me that since they are mainly dealing with healthcare info mgt system, the experience I got there wont be that useful with financial info sys, let alone trading system. I am thinking it’s a stepping stone nonetheless, since I have no commercial expoerience in IT

Then you should have taken more

by victortrivas

Finance and math courses.
i would say you would have to go back to the colonial era. by my reckoning around the turn of the 18th century would be about the time a million bucks (which of course didn't exist then in that form, so this is an entirely imputed idea) would have the same value as half a billion dollars now. and, of course, nothing we purchase today has much similarity to what was purchased then except, perhaps, undeveloped land, commodities or other currencies (and people didn't trade currencies much in those days).

NBC, Metl Group ink 100bn/- loan for oil business  — IPPmedia
In structuring this deal, Absa provided a Structured Trade Finance Facility, Barclays Bank Mauritius funded a Term Facility, whilst NBC has afforded an Overdraft Facility to Star Oils Tanzania Limited.

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