This intensive 2 day course has been tailored for professionals in banking, commerce and trade and industry who need to gain a closer understanding of International Trade Finance.
The course provides a comprehensive foundation of all aspects of International Trade Finance in a global context covering the key concepts, practices and current developments.
This course will be of special interest to banking and commercial professionals, who wish to expand their knowledge base, enhance their expertise and advance their careers into the international trade finance arena.
By the end of this course you will have a sound understanding of:
• Foreign exchange & currency principles
• The underlying operations and processes in the international trade environment
• How trade finance is provided
• Trade finance instruments
• International payments
• Supply Chain Finance
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