5th Annual Russia & Eurasia Trade & Export Finance Conference

Venue: Moscow

Location: Moscow, Russia

Event Date/Time: Feb 07, 2012
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Description

Now firmly established as the trade and export finance conference of choice for the Russian and wider Eurasia finance community, Exporta is delighted to return to Moscow for the 5th Annual Russia & Eurasia Trade & Export Finance Conference for a comprehensive one day event with duel stream sessions to cover even more of the essential need-to-know topics. With governmental and globally recognised institutional support, the conference will bring together the leading pioneers and practitioners of trade and export finance to discuss the opportunities, demands and complexities of financing essential trade that is crucial to regional prosperity.

Topics to be discussed:
• Corporate perspectives on the region’s trading environment
• The role of government in creating a stable trading environment
• The ECA Snowball: Assessing the impact and growth of ECA financing in Russia and CIS
• How sustainable are relationships between lenders and borrowers in the current trade and export finance environment?
• Have realignments of global trade flows affected Russian trade?
• Qualifying currency options and the changing attitudes towards global settlements
• How collaborations are expanding Russia’s project financing capacity
• Financing capital goods and trade services between Russia and MENA
• How are institutional partnerships facilitating trade throughout Eurasia?
• Analysing support mechanism for trade in the wider Eurasia region
• How to hold security over Russian assets in favour of multiple lenders

“Well organised. Wide range of questions raised, good agenda with a lot of specialists, good to get to know a lot of new people and increase your business networking and contacts”
O. Zhuravleva, Sony Ericsson Mobile Communications

“Every Exporta event is a library, a know‐how centre for trade finance people. Interacting with different sides of the sector is crucial for everyone. Exporta provides that”
Burak Kurtbay, Trade Finance, Aktifbank

“Very useful, a lot of up-to-date information. The organisation is on the high level”
N. Budya, Sony Ericsson Mobile

“Good mixture of business and pleasure. Very helpful for being in contact with colleagues from International banks and to get to know different points of view”
O. Nemudrova, MDM Bank

“One of the most important events in Trade & Export Finance”
D. Minaev, Alfa Bank

“The conference is a good opportunity to meet many contacts in a central location in a short time, and get up to date market information simultaneously”
V. Esila, Pohjola Bank

“The organisation and the importance of topics were at the high level as usual when Exporta organises a conference”
S. Kuzmych, Ukreximbank

The event will be a key meeting point for influential decision makers from local and multi-national corporates, heads of domestic and international banking and financial institutions, regional and global ECAs and multilaterals, insurers, lawyers, consultants and all the principal actors in the world of trade finance. There will also be simultaneous English/Russian translation during the conference so delegates do not miss essential information regardless of their language preference.

Delegates will gain insightful perspectives from keynote speeches, industry specific presentations and panel discussions consisting of highly-respected specialist operators. Attendees will also benefit from the numerous networking opportunities where vital new business contacts can be made as well as meeting with old friends and colleagues.

Who should attend?
• Trade, export and commodity finance heads and directors
• Corporate finance directors, CFOs and treasurers
• Insurance underwriters and brokers
• Export credit agencies
• Multilaterals
• Solution providers
• Lawyers and consultants
• Market analysts and policy advisors

There will also be a special evening reception following the conference where all delegates can continue the day's discussions and engage in further dialogue in a more informal setting.

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