Featuring the keynote Agency Finance Panel: Sinosure, China EXIM Bank, NEXI and US Exim Bank debate the vital role of agency finance in partnering with private sector finance to support trade during the current economic downturn.
Despite weakening global demand following the economic downturn it still seems clear that China will continue to drive export growth in Asia, acting as a hub in developing intra-Asian trade as well as an export gateway to the rest of the world.
In these economic conditions, trade and export finance will become a critical tool for effective risk mitigation and a return to stronger structures of old is likely.
This conference will, as it has done for the last 7 years, provide a forum for the trade finance communities of the Asia-Pacific region and beyond to debate the role of structured trade and export finance, the support of export credit agencies (ECAs), and the growing demand for trade and political risk insurance.
Trade Finance Magazine and Euromoney Seminars’ 8th Annual Structured Trade and Export Finance in the Asia-Pacific Conference is the foremost meeting of the major players in the Asia-Pacific region. Domestic and international banks, ECAs, regulators, insurers, commodity producers, major state-owned corporations and multinational corporate importers and exporters will be there to meet with and to discuss the latest developments in trade and export finance, including:
- The role of ECAs in supporting Asia’s growth: featuring NEXI, Sinosure, China EXIM Bank, USEXIM and more
- Facilitating intra-Asian trade and expanding global trade flows
- Export finance developments in Indonesia and Vietnam’s infrastructure sectors
- China’s role as a global sourcing hub
- The increasing demand for trade and political risk insurance in Asia
- Structured trade and export finance: Mitigating risk in tough times
Don’t miss this excellent opportunity to hear from and network with the leading authorities in the Asia-Pacific.
Over 50 industry-leading experts, including:
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Wang Jian Hai, Asset and Finance Manager, Sinosteel MECC
Alicia García Herrero, Chief Economist for Emerging Markets, BBVA
Piper Starr, Vice President - International Relations, Export-Import Bank of the U.S
Kong Xianhua, Deputy General Manager of Product Development, Sinosure
Yan Qifa, Deputy General Manager of Economic Research Dept, China EXIM Bank
Sean Mulhearn, Global Head, Commodity Derivatives, Standard Chartered Bank
Pascal Serre, Head of Trade and Project Finance, Alcatel-Lucent
Fan Yan, International Finance Department, ZTE
Luciano Poli, Finance Director, Asia-Pacific, Dow Chemical
Benby Chan, Deputy Chairman & CEO, Asia Aluminium
Shinji Hirai, Chief Representative, Singapore, NEXI
Thomas Wohlwill, Head of Underwriting and Risk Management, Euler Hermes
Chan Cheng Lock, Head, Trade Credit and Political Risks Insurance, EXIM Bank Malaysia
Lee Jai Min, Director General, Credit Policy Department, EXIM Bank Korea
Joris Dierckx, Head, Global Export and Project Finance, Fortis
Lin Shu Hong, Senior Manager, International Department, China Merchants Bank
Li Bao Kun, Deputy Chief, Trade Finance Division, China Everbright Bank
Yang Min, Deputy Senior Manager, International Banking Department, Bank of Communications
Nick Shaw, Global Head of Trade Finance, BBVA
Qin Hai Yan, Secretary General, China Wind Energy Association
Andrianto Wahyu Adi, Vice President, Trade Finance, Bank Mandiri
Michael Young, Corporate & Investment Banking, Shanghai Pudong Development Bank
Christopher Harris, Vice President, Capital Markets – Corporate, GE
Samantha H.K. Lee, Financial Director and General Manager, Tien-Hu Trading
Michael Horowitz, Director, Finance, Asia, Liz Claiborne
Steven Beck, Head, Trade Finance, Asian Development Bank
We look forward to welcoming you in Shanghai in February.
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