8th Annual India Trade & Export Finance Conference

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Event Date/Time: Feb 23, 2012 End Date/Time: Feb 23, 2012
Early Registration Date: Jan 26, 2012
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As the Indian economy shows little sign of slowing and its ever expanding influence throughout Asia continues, Exporta’s 8th Annual India Trade & Export Finance Conference is well timed to tackle key issues faced by the corporate organisations and financial institutions operating in the region by highlighting the challenges and opportunities being generated through the sustained growth of the trade and export markets.

Now seen as the primary event of its kind, the conference will bring together the chief actors and practitioners throughout the world of trade and export finance to discuss the practicalities of financing essential domestic and international trade. Discussion will include the availability and pricing of liquidity, the collaborative efforts of local and global banks, how the role of ECAs are changing, in what ways corporates can utilise the supply chain, as well as many others.

The format of the conference will allow delegates to network with the highest level of decision makers in attendance, gain expert perspectives from individual presentations and case studies as well as contribute to the interactive sessions during panel discussions.

Topics to be discussed:
• The role of regulatory bodies in creating a stable trading environment
• How are financial institutions helping to facilitate corporate growth?
• Assessing demand and risk appetite for Indian trade finance
• Trading with China: What are the benefits to India companies using Rmb settlements?
• Evaluating global demand and market challenges for Indian exporters
• The role of export finance and ECAs in facilitating trade
• Considering the Middle East as an essential trading partner
• Analysing the continued growth of the Indian pharmaceutical industry
• What best practices should exporters undertake in collateral management?
• Increasing trade through infrastructure development
• Utilising supply chain finance and solutions to yield stronger results
• Multi-banking solutions in trade and supply chain finance

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

As with all Exporta events, strong emphasis is placed on networking. As such, there will be a special evening reception following the event where all delegates can continue the day's discussions and engage in further dialogue in a more informal setting.