New! 1.5 day training: Commodities & Export Trade: Documentary Credits and the UCP - ITDC3
May 24 & 25 2017: Geneva
How it works in practice from both an operational and risk perspective
2-day training: Analysing Non-Performance Risk in Structured Commodity Trade Finance - HIW
Next event in June 2017
Understanding what defines SCTF
• Traditional lending, asset backed
and credit enhancement
• Assessing term sheets
• Using effective structures
• What can go wrong?
Registration opens soon
New! Workshop Seminar: Warehouse Receipts Financing: Risk and Innovation - WRF1
June 28, 2017. Amsterdam
This new training will be led by four trainers; a commodity finance banker, a trader, an underwriter and a senior lawyer. It is a totally new course looking at the challenges of financing cargos stored in field and terminal warehousing, with case studies from China & Asia, Middle East, Africa and South America
Discount if you register before May 25, 2017
GT Group - specialised in-company commodities & trade finance training provider
GT Group is based in Geneva, Switzerland and is a specialist provider of commodities, shipping and trade finance training.
Founded in 2010, we run in-house training courses covering technical topics of interest to bankers, commodities and energy traders, insurance professionals, advisory firms and service providers. We also run occasional public courses in London, Amsterdam, Geneva and Singapore. GT is supported by the International Commodities and Derivatives Association ('ICDA').
We are supported by ICDA
The International Commodities and Derivatives Association ('ICDA') was founded in 1978 in Geneva. It serves the international exchange -traded and OTC-cleared commodities and financial derivatives. ICDA Members include major financial institutions, global exchanges and trading firms. For more information, visit here.
All GT courses are accredited by ICDA and all participants will receive a certificate on successful completion of the training course.
In-house training organised by GT Group - contact us for more information
Trade & Commodity Legal Brief
Taking of security, pledge, commodity finance structures, use of law (common law vs civil code considerations)
What Can Go Wrong in Structured Commodity Trade Finance
Analysing non-performance risks: looking at commodity finance structures from a risk perspective
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