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This introductory course provides a practical overview of Distributor Finance. On completion of the course you will be able to engage effectively and credibly with clients, and recognize.
Opportunities to propose Distributor Finance in its main varieties as a potential solution to the needs of major manufacturers and exporters (anchor parties) and their internationally dispersed distributors.
|Number of teaching lessons : 8 Modules||Duration : 3 hours|
|Level : 1||Language: English|
|Credit category : 3|
General practitioners working in banks, corporates, or financial institutions in functions such as relationship management, credit and compliance, but with an interest in trade finance.
This eLearning course is part of the Global Trade Certificate (GTC) and includes a self-assessment tool to help you prepare for the final examination of the GTC.
However, please note you will only be able to take the final exam and recieve the certificate if you purchase the full Global Trade Certficate course. You will not be able to take the exam if you make multiple, separate purchases of individual courses that together make up the GTC.
The pass grade for the GTC exam is set at 70%.
Module 1 Main distribution models used by exporters
Module 2 The strategic role of payment terms between Anchor party and Distributor
Module 3 Relationship of Distributor Finance to Supply Chain Finance
Module 4 Definition of supply chain finance and its categories
Module 5 What is Distributor Finance?
Module 6 Benefits of Distributor Finance for Parties Involved
Module 7 Risk and Risk Management for Distributor Finance
Module 8 Assessment
Co-Chair, European E-Invoicing Service Providers Association (EESPA), Member of the Drafting Group of the Global Supply Chain Finance Forum.
Charles Bryant is a former banker with a deep experience in trade finance, transaction banking and general management. He co-authored the well-received Euro Banking Association Guide to Supply Chain Finance, and is an active member of the Drafting Group of the Global SCF Forum, working on standard market definitions for supply chain finance techniques.
He is heavily involved in the promotion of electronic invoicing and works with Tungsten, the leading e-invoicing network formerly known as OB10, where he is European Affairs Adviser. He represents the UK in the EU Multi-Stakeholder Forum on e-Invoicing and in the CEN Project Committee developing a European Standard for the e-Invoice.
He co-founded the European e-Invoicing Service Providers Association (EESPA) and in 2013 was elected its Co-Chair.