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TXF Global Commodity Finance: Amsterdam 2019 – 23/24 May 2019

Posted on Monday, April 8th, 2019

Following ITFA’s agreement with TXF, the ITFA Board is pleased to announce that it has secured discounted passes to TXF Global Commodity Finance: Amsterdam 2019. Please bear in mind that the ITFA NERC Amsterdam event will be taking place on 22 May (more details to follow shortly) whilst the TXF Amsterdam event will commence the day after; 23-24 May. […]

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2nd Annual Trade Finance Compliance Conference, London 2019 – 16/17 May 2019

Posted on Friday, April 5th, 2019

Following ITFA’s agreement with the London Institute of Banking and Finance, the ITFA Board is pleased to inform you about the 2nd Annual Trade Finance Compliance Conference, London 2019. This event, which is being organised in conjunction with the Institute for International Banking Law and Practice and Coastline Solutions, will be held on over 2 days between 16-17 May […]

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ATFA Annual Conference – SAVE THE DATE

Posted on Thursday, April 4th, 2019

ITFA is pleased to inform you that the 22nd ATFA Annual Conference is fast approaching. It will take place at the Four Seasons Hotel in Miami from June 26-28, 2019 with over 100 bankers, insurers and trade financiers from across the Americas. In keeping with tradition, ATFA’s Conference will feature a broad but topical agenda, over 20 speakers from […]

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ITFA Annual Conference, Budapest, 4-6 September 2019 – Conference Website Is Now LIVE

Posted on Thursday, April 4th, 2019

We are excited to announce that the ITFA 2019 conference website is now live and is open for registration!

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The Multi-Trillion Dollar Trade as an Asset Class

Posted on Wednesday, April 3rd, 2019

Since the global financial crisis and the subsequent implementation of stringent financial regulations, banks have been consistently moving towards the so-called originate-and-distribute model, keeping as much of their lending portfolio off balance sheet in order to retain working capital flexibility. Today, technology developments are making it possible to implement such a model on a much […]

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