Digital Trade & Supply Chain Finance has evolved significantly over the past few years and has become an integral part of the life of all parties involved in the commercial contract settlement process. Many processes have been automated to facilitate the handling of physical supply chain (shipment of goods) and financial supply chain (trade instruments and trade documents) and are in daily use around the globe. The Digital Trade Finance course will provide you with an overview of the Digital Trade Finance/Digital Commerce world including the advent of Fintechs, the legal, regulatory & commercialisation challenges involved, and describe broad ranged trends and solutions that are available to support international trade.
The course will introduce the land of Fintech. Excitement and expectations are high for non-bank Fintech providers to replace banks by driving efficiencies across the supply chain which provides easy access to credit, therefore helping SMEs access capital. These online peer-to-peer lending platforms, invoice financing, working capital financing, non-bank Fintechs—from North America, Europe and Asia —continue to try to bring sustainable and scalable commercial propositions to market. These platforms are cumulatively financing tens of billion dollars of transactions while the traditional financing market continues to account for double digit multiples of trillions of dollars which bring us to the question—what is currently missing and how do these companies scale up?
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General practitioners working in fin-techs, banks, corporates, insurance, or financial institutions in functions such as strategy, relationship management, product management, sales, credit, compliance and legal, but with an interest in digital trade finance and in the digitisation of physical and financial supply chains.
This eLearning course is part of the Certified Trade Finance Professional (CTFP) certificate and includes a self-assessment tool to help you prepare for the final examination of the CTFP.
However, please note you will only be able to take the final exam and receive the certificate, if you purchase the full Certified Trade Finance Professional course. You will not be able to take the exam if you make multiple, separate purchases of individual courses that together make up the CTFP.
The pass grade for the CTFP exam is set at 70%.
Module 1 The Digital Trade Ecosystems - Definition, Key Building Blocks, Key Stakeholders, institutions, Legal and Regulatory Systems
Module 2 Digitised Risk Mitigation in the Open Account Space: Bank Payment Obligation (BPO)
Module 3 Bank Agnostic Multi-bank Platform - MT 798
Module 4 End to End Electronic Presentations of Documentary Trade Finance
Module 5 Digitisation of the Financial Supply Chain and Trade Finance
Module 6 The Fintech Ecosystem
Module 7 Emerging Technologies
Module 8 Assessment
ANAND PANDE Founder GPP, ex Global Head of Trade RBS, ex Managing Director Transaction Banking Citi
Anand has worked in senior corporate and transaction banking roles in Citi, Royal Bank of Scotland and ANZ, as well as the Group CEO of a private equity backed equity & fixed income research outsourcing company. He has worked in India, China, Malaysia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Indonesia and in a U.K. role based out of Singapore in country, regional and global leadership assignments in the trade finance and transaction banking space.
In February 2015, Anand has recently set-up his own independent advisory firm: The Growth Paradigm Partnership (GPP) in Singapore. Current engagements have been in the Fintech Space, B2B payment space and with regional and global banks. Anand was awarded the Asset Asia Trade Finance Banker of the Year Award in 2013. Has been a speaker at ICC, Doha Forum, BAFT and SIBOS. He has attended executive education programs at the Harvard Business School.