Event News


SAVE THE DATE – AUSTRALIA & N. ZEALAND REGIONAL COMMITTEE – ASSET DISTRIBUTION – 10Oct2019

Monday, September 2nd, 2019

We wish to inform you that the ITFA Australia and New Zealand Regional Committee (ANZRC) will be hosting a workshop in Sydney. The event wherein Asset Distribution will be discussed will be held on the 10th October 2019 between 9:00am and 12:00pm, followed by lunch.

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Announcing the ITFA conference speakers in Budapest

Friday, August 9th, 2019

The ITFA Board is excited to welcome you at the ITFA Conference in Budapest. With just three weeks to go till the conference, we are pleased to announce that Chris Hall – ITFA Board Member, will be moderating the panel session titled: ” Local Problems – ITFA Solutions’’.

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SAVE THE DATE – ITFA GRC meeting, 21 November 2019, Nurnberg

Thursday, August 8th, 2019

The ITFA German Regional Committee (GRC) is organizing its Fall workshop on Thursday November 21, 2019 in Nürnberg. This event is for ITFA Members only, with a maximum of 3 senior market participants per Member institution. 

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ITFA Gala Dinner in Budapest – Masked Ball

Thursday, August 1st, 2019

Have a ball in Budapest…. For those of you attending the ITFA Annual Conference in Budapest, brace yourselves, as delegates will enjoy a Gala Dinner with a twist: this year we are throwing a Masked Ball at the beautiful 19th century Vigado Music Hall.

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Announcing the ITFA Conference Speakers in Budapest – Silja Calac and Geoffrey Wynne

Wednesday, July 31st, 2019

With just over one month to go to the ITFA 46th Annual Trade and Forfaiting Conference, the ITFA Board is delighted to announce that Silja Calac from Swiss Re and Geoffrey Wynne from Sullivan & Worcester, will be heading one of the sessions in Budapest, Hungary. This joint session is titled ”The new ITFA Unfunded Master Risk Participation Agreement – a […]

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ITFA Annual Conference, Budapest – Please register ASAP to avoid disappointment!

Monday, July 29th, 2019

Following the great response we have had so far, in terms of numbers already confirmed to attend the ITFA Annual Conference in Budapest between 4-6 September, we urge those who have not yet registered, to do so at the very earliest as hotel rooms are filling fast.

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Look Who’s Coming to Budapest to attend the ITFA Annual Conference!

Wednesday, July 24th, 2019

Be sure to be present at the ITFA Annual Conference, between 4-6 September in Budapest, for the trade finance conference event of the year.

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VEFI Summer Cocktail Party, Zurich – 22 August 2019

Thursday, July 18th, 2019

The Association of Forfaiters in Switzerland and ITFA invite you to the VEFI Summer Cocktail 2019. Please click here to view the event invitation.

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ITFA Annual Conference, Budapest – Announcing the Speaker – Mr. Charles Bryant

Tuesday, July 16th, 2019

The ITFA Board is delighted to announce that Mr. Charles Bryant, Secretary General – European E-invoicing Service Providers Association, will be one of the speakers at this year’s ITFA Annual Conference in Budapest, Hungary.

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Standard Rates now apply to attend the ITFA Annual Conference in Budapest

Thursday, July 11th, 2019

Planning for the ITFA Annual Conference is now well underway and it looks like this will be another great success even in terms of numbers, as registrations are again reaching record numbers after the expiry of the Early Bird.

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ITFA Fintech Morning Gym in Budapest – 4th September 2019

Thursday, June 20th, 2019

Whether you are looking at further automating origination and/or distribution processes, new fintech solutions help you achieve your short-term objectives and deliver on strategic priorities. Join us in Budapest to benefit from a unique opportunity to discover several data- and trade-focused fintechs in one go.

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ITFA / Cass Partnership

Tuesday, June 4th, 2019

ITFA is delighted to announce that it partnered with Cass Business School – City, University of London, to teach a specialist trade finance course, that is part of the Cass MSc curriculum as an elective course.

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