Financial Modelling and Structured Trade and Commodity Finance, London – 20 June 2017

Following our recent agreement entered into between ITFA and Howard Palmer, a 30 years’ experienced banker and an expert trainer who has trained 5,000 bankers in 55 countries, we are delighted to inform you that we have managed to negotiate yet another very attractive deal for our ITFA members. A ground-breaking one-day workshop titled ”Financial Modelling and Structured Trade and Commodity Finance” is being held at 120 Moorgate EC2M 6UR on Tuesday 20th June 2017.

ITFA has managed to obtain 3 registrations at 50% discount for its ITFA members, to attend this event. In addition, all other registrations are available to ITFA members at a 15% discount. In order to register and benefit from the discounts please send an email on As always, the 3 registrations at 50% discount will be available to 3 different ITFA member institutions on a first come first serve basis. Please bear in mind that such offers are eligible for new bookings only. The full cost of this course is of GBP 499 per delegate, however, one must then take into account the ITFA discounts.

This new and essential 1 day workshop of lectures, Q&As and panel discussions, will change the way one looks at trade finance. It provides a step by step guide to real risk in trade finance, L/Cs, counter-parties, fraud, trading companies and commodities.

This event will provide the most logical and clear guide to Trade Facts and Figures and Fraud Insights:

• The roles of Banks, Traders and MLAs;
• Counter Party Risk;
• VaR in all forms;
• Real Risks in L/Cs;
• Risk Avoidance Techniques;
• Stress Testing;
• Operational Modelling Realities;
• The Trade Finance Premium and RARORAC;
• Market, Storage and Liquidity Risks;
• Presenting Transactional Risk to Credit Committees;
• Forecasting Risk/Reward Ratios;
• The CROCODILE Technique;
• BASLE I, II, III and upcoming IV;
• Solving your issues in and with the emerging markets.

For more information about the event, please send an email to Howard Palmer or alternatively one may contact him on 0044 208 9589258.

As always, we do hope that our members make the most of the additional benefits that ITFA is bringing to them through such collaborations.

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