Structuring Trade Finance Deals
A 2-day Workshop to provide participants with the KNOWLEDGE and SKILLS to structure Trade Finance Proposals.
Working Adults who are interested in Structuring Trade Finance Proposals
- Overview of Major Structured Trade Finance Products
- What makes Structured Trade Finance attractive to banks?
- Methods of Financing based on Bills of Exchange / Promissory Notes
- Import Financing
- Bankers Acceptance
- Guarantees and 'Avals'
- Structures used in Middleman Situations
- Transferable Credits
- Back-To-Back Credits
- Structures used to control Repetitive Shipments
- Revolving Credit
- Instalment Credit
- Structures used to influence Payment Terms
- Red Clause Credit
- Green Clause Credit
About the Trainer
OLIVIA CHAN, Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Bankers and a MBA graduate in Finance from
University of Leeds, is a seasoned documentary credit specialist of over 30 years. She joined
Natwest Group in 1977 and was with this Group for about 20 years and her last position was
Manager of its Trade Finance Unit. She is a Certified Documentary Credit Specialist, a
qualification jointly issued by the Chartered Institute of Bankers (UK) and the International
Financial Services Association (USA) and endorsed by the International Chamber of Commerce based
in Paris, France.Olivia also served as a Treasury Manager with a Singapore based top research
and development organisation from 1997 to 2002. She is an Associate Consultant of SCCIOB.
She is a well-recognised trainer not only in Singapore but also in China and Indonesia,
specialising in Documentary Credit, Trade Finance and International Trade Services. She has
extensively lectured and conducted workshops and seminars for more than 15 years for Singapore
organisations such as the Institute of Banking and Finance (Singapore), Export Institute of
Singapore, National University of Singapore Continuing Education Department, Singapore Shipping
Details of the next intake such as dates, duration and venue can be found in the
Course fee (SCCCI / SCCIOB Associate Member/Corporate Member) $350.00
Course fee (Non-Member) $388.50
The course fees are inclusive of 5% GST, course materials & light refreshment .
If your company is a SME, enhanced SDF funding of $5.00 per trainee-hour available on case-by-case basis under The SUPER Programme.
Total amount of funding available = $5.00 x 14 hrs = $70
Companies are to apply to SDF Secretariat online at least ONE working day before course commencement. Companies only need to pay after-subsidized amount if the application is approved.
Companies who have not registered with SDF Easynet, are advised to register online at least 2 weeks before the commencement date.
LA Trade Tech
Has a series of courses on Finance, Budgeting, Credit (repair), Mortgage, Buying and Selling.
All geared to the first-timer, low-income, community-oriented, etc.
Classes started today for Winter. Best bet is to go there now. (Washington and Grand, downtown LA, you can take the Blue Line, or otherwise, plan some extra time to find parking, its the first week of class...)
Do you think the economy will be fixed
I've noticed no job ads in NYC, particularly under finance/business where most of the good jobs used to be posted. I'm currently finishing up school in a "trade" school, but it's for a skill I can actually use that pays more than most college jobs. The thing is, I was considering taking college courses part time and maybe supplement this with at least an associates degree, but maybe a bachelors.
I figure if shit improves by the end of the 4 years then hey, I have a second option if this first one falls apart.