3rd Annual Asia Trade & Export Finance Conference
Venue: Grant Hyatt
|Event Date/Time: Sep 07, 2011||End Date/Time: Sep 08, 2011|
|Registration Date: Sep 06, 2011|
|Early Registration Date: Aug 11, 2011|
During the 2010 conference much was made of the vital role played by the Asia-Pacific region in fuelling the world's economic recovery, and this looks set to be a continuing theme for the 2011 gathering, with particular focus on the importance of intra-regional trade, as well as Asian corporate expansion across both the developed world and emerging markets, bringing with it huge opportunities for financial institutions to ride a wave of explosive growth.
As well as welcoming leading corporate and trade banking heads from within the region, along with various other key actors, the conference will also highlight the vast potential provided for non-Asian players, as the world looks East for its primary trade flows and various financial service providers look to capitalise on a thriving and dynamic market.
Among the issues to be covered at the conference:
â€¢Future forecasts and business trend predictions for the region's growth
â€¢Considering the cash and trade outlook and greater treasury integration
â€¢How can Asia keep commodity traders and financiers attracted to the region?
â€¢Political risk and trade credit insurance: How new operators are upsetting the status quo
â€¢Guidance on overcoming legal and regulatory hurdles within different jurisdictions
â€¢Highlighting the leading export finance deals and the ways in which they are being financed
â€¢Tracking the growth of infrastructure project development and meeting market demand
â€¢Is China able to sustain its growth in the long term?
â€¢What are the key drivers in Indian economic and trade growth?
â€¢Showcasing successes enjoyed in thriving new markets such as Indonesia, Malaysia, Vietnam and Thailand
Who should attend?
â€¢Local and international banks
â€¢Corporate exporters and importers
â€¢Commodity brokers and traders
â€¢Insurance brokers and underwriters
â€¢Export credit agencies
â€¢Lawyers and consultants
â€¢Market analysts and policy advisors
With networking opportunities once again at the forefront (as with all Exporta conferences), delegates will have the opportunity to extend their business discussions into the evening, with a special reception taking place upon the conclusion of Day One.