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Event Overview

“A must-attend event in commodity finance”

Orhan Gunes, Amsterdam Trade Bank

Now in its 12th year, the Global Commodities Finance Conference will once again gather the key market players of the commodity finance chain, including traders, bankers, advisors and producers in Geneva to discuss current market trends, financing needs and upcoming opportunities within commodities finance.

The conference will highlight the key issues and implications of the changing commodities market, as well as provide insight into strategies to navigate business in these uncertain times and identify new prospects for growth.

Key features this year:

    • Real-time market intelligence from industry leaders on the most relevant issues affecting the global flow of commodities.
    • Expert insight into the key trends currently developing in commodity finance.
    • Unrivalled networking with the industry’s key experts and decision-makers.

Additional comments from attendees:

Good place for networking, picking up current trends and expert opinions on future developments - Jutta Roeller, BHF Bank Ag
Great place to learn latest trends and strutures - Abhay Goel, Royal Dutch Shell
Broad spectrum coverage of relevant issues and exhaustive representation from across industry - Rajarshi Dutta, Accenture
Event continues to be an excellent networking opportunity - Dagmar Werner, DZ Bank
A must-see event in commodity finance, not only to network but to get in depth insight to the industry -Orhan Gunes, Amsterdam Trade Bank
Brilliant organization, fantastic speakers and inspiring chairman - Auriane Maigne, HSBC
This event is a must for anyone working in any commodity business related company/institution - Sergio Rodruigez, HSBC
A good combination of expertise and areas/markets - Peter Hopkins, Drum Risk Management
An excellent event for someone new to the sector or more or those with decades of experience - Greg Hayes, HSBC