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International Trade Finance course Singapore

Comments from past participants

“Adam has a very good trade finance product knowledge and a strong Relationship Management background. The Seminar is very beneficial to me in terms of trade credit facilities calculations.”

– Ms. Worapol Aramkul
Siam Commercial Bank, Thailand.

“The seminar well illustrates the roles and risks involved in the Trade Finance and Facilitation process. Our understanding of the variety of instruments and terminology is compounded by pertinent questions and reiteration by the instructor. The section on how to analyse clients' cashflow requirements to determine credit limits gives us a useful perspective. Certainly a recommended seminar!”

– Ms. Anita Ng
Bayerische Hypo- und Vereinsbank AG, Singapore.

“The seminar is very helpful for new market participants like me. The facilitator explained from the basics and it was detailed.”

– Ms. Fransisca Rahman
Bank Indonesia, Indonesia.

“The seminar was delivered in a way that the complexities of trade finance became understandable. The practical insights shared by the facilitator were helpful in understanding the subject matter in a clear and effective manner.”

– Ms. Laarni Agcaoili
Rabobank International, Singapore.

“Good. Adam is clear in his explanation. He makes sure everyone is clear before he moves on.”

– Ms. Tan Wee Fung Jazzlyne
Mizuho Corporate Bank, Ltd, Singapore.

“Adam has immense knowledge in banking. He is patient and willing to repeat if he senses participants have difficulty understanding. Class is well paced and many illustrations given to make lesson relevant to work.”

– Ms. Lau Kee Yin Joanne
Mizuho Corporate Bank, Ltd, Singapore.

“Course syllabus is well designed with wide spectrum of relevant subjects covered! Adam has shared his valuable insights and working experiences with us throughout the seminar duration. With down-to-earth teaching methods, he is able to present the course in understandable and interesting manner. I will definitely encourage others to sign up for the course.”

– Mr. Lock Yen Khai
Bank of Communications Co., Ltd, Singapore.

“Pak Adam Wong is able to deliver the material of seminar in a very simple manner and so easy to understand. It's also supported by some sample documents which accelerate our understanding related to essence of International Trade Finance.”

– Mr. Eddy Satria Nugraha Sembiring

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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.

Popular Q&A

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How to finance international service trade?

you might want to start smaller with domestic trade.

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What are the effect of international finance on domestic trade?

What are the effect of international finance on domestic trade?

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Who provided the capital to finance international trade?

A combination of businesses and governments finance international trade. Businesses use their money to pay for transportation, fuel, and other means of trading their goods. Governments finance trade through tariffs, taxes, and stimulus funds to keep businesses healthy enough to keep running. It takes both to keep trade among nations alive and viable.

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