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TRADE FINANCE –An IntroductionAgenda
 Course content
 International Trade and Inherent Risks
 Definition
 Need for Tra...
TRADE FINANCE –Course ContentTable of contents
 Introduction to Trade Finance
 Documentary Credits
 Letters of Credit
...
TF – A Science or a set of
activities??
TRADE FINANCE – An Introduction
Trade
Domestic
International
The nature of relationship between the importer and
exporter ...
INTERNATIONAL TRADE
 Role of Trade Finance in International Trade
 Risks in International Trade
 Political
 Legal
 Co...
TRADE FINANCE - DEFINITION
 Basically related to 'Domestic as well as
International Trade Transaction'.
 It relates to t...
TRADE FINANCE - Need
 Strengthen supplier relationships
 secure supplies of key materials
 standardizing or extend paym...
TRADE FINANCE – Players &
Stakeholders
 Importers & Exporters
 Bankers & Financiers
 Insurers & Export Credit Agencies
...
TRADE FINANCE - Elements
 TRADITIONAL
 Letters of Credit
 Bank Guarantees
 Bills
 Bonds
 Bank to Bank Reimbursements
TRADE FINANCE - Elements
 TRENDING
 Open Account Transactions
 Factoring
 Forfaiting
 Structured Commodity Financing
TRADE FINANCE - Agencies
 Export credit agencies
 Insurance agencies
 Bilateral and Multi lateral agencies
TRADE FINANCE - Terminology
 Supplier finance
 Receivable finance
 Receivable purchase
 Post import finance
 Pre expo...
INCO TERMS
 Definition
 Accepted worldwide
 Intention
 History of Inco Terms
 Present position
INCO TERMS
 Inco Terms 2010
 General Transport
 Sea and Inland Waterway
 Allocation of costs to buyer/seller
 Elimina...
SUMMARY
 Key Business Principles
 Definition of Trade Finance
 Trade Finance and International Trade
 Trade Finance an...
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International Trade and Inherent Risks
Definition
Need for Trade Finance
Players and stake holders
Elements of Trade Finance
Traditional
Trending
Trade Financing Agencies
Terminology
Inco Terms
Summary

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  1. 1. TRADE FINANCE –An IntroductionAgenda  Course content  International Trade and Inherent Risks  Definition  Need for Trade Finance  Players and stake holders  Elements of Trade Finance  Traditional  Trending  Trade Financing Agencies  Terminology  Inco Terms  Summary
  2. 2. TRADE FINANCE –Course ContentTable of contents  Introduction to Trade Finance  Documentary Credits  Letters of Credit  Exchange Rate Maintenance  Forward Contracts  Foreign Bills Remittances  Pre and post shipment credit  Bank Guarantees
  3. 3. TF – A Science or a set of activities??
  4. 4. TRADE FINANCE – An Introduction Trade Domestic International The nature of relationship between the importer and exporter is critical to understanding the methods of import-export financing utilized in industry.
  5. 5. INTERNATIONAL TRADE  Role of Trade Finance in International Trade  Risks in International Trade  Political  Legal  Commercial International trade is, in principle, not different from domestic trade as the motivation and the behavior of parties involved in a trade do not change fundamentally regardless of whether trade is across a border or not.
  6. 6. TRADE FINANCE - DEFINITION  Basically related to 'Domestic as well as International Trade Transaction'.  It relates to the movement, purchase and/or sale of goods or services and 'know-how‘.  Evolution of Trade Finance  How Trade Finance works?
  7. 7. TRADE FINANCE - Need  Strengthen supplier relationships  secure supplies of key materials  standardizing or extend payment terms  Address funding and risk mitigation needs  via tailored on and off balance sheet financing solutions in the open- account trade environment  Improve working capital efficiency  through accelerated cash flows generated by receiving early payments on a true-sale basis  Strategically manage increasing sales volumes and internal credit limits against key buyers  Gain visibility into transactions with real-time or scheduled reporting utilizing our proprietary platform
  8. 8. TRADE FINANCE – Players & Stakeholders  Importers & Exporters  Bankers & Financiers  Insurers & Export Credit Agencies  Other Service Providers
  9. 9. TRADE FINANCE - Elements  TRADITIONAL  Letters of Credit  Bank Guarantees  Bills  Bonds  Bank to Bank Reimbursements
  10. 10. TRADE FINANCE - Elements  TRENDING  Open Account Transactions  Factoring  Forfaiting  Structured Commodity Financing
  11. 11. TRADE FINANCE - Agencies  Export credit agencies  Insurance agencies  Bilateral and Multi lateral agencies
  12. 12. TRADE FINANCE - Terminology  Supplier finance  Receivable finance  Receivable purchase  Post import finance  Pre export finance
  13. 13. INCO TERMS  Definition  Accepted worldwide  Intention  History of Inco Terms  Present position
  14. 14. INCO TERMS  Inco Terms 2010  General Transport  Sea and Inland Waterway  Allocation of costs to buyer/seller  Elimination / Replacement of terms First published in 1936, the Incoterms rules have been periodically updated, with the eighth version— Incoterms'—having been published on January 1, 2011. "Incoterms" is a registered trademark of the ICC.
  15. 15. SUMMARY  Key Business Principles  Definition of Trade Finance  Trade Finance and International Trade  Trade Finance and Financial sector  Financial crisis and Trade Finance  Inco Terms

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