TWO DAY WORKSHOP ON
STRUCTURED TRADE FINANCE vs STRUCTURED DC
Earn 15 PDU for CDCS/CSDG Holder
|Date||: Thursday & Friday, 26 & 27 April 2018|
|Time||: 9.00am – 17.00pm|
|Venue||: Melia Purosani Hotel, Jl. Suryotomo no 31 Yogyakarta|
WHAT IS STRUCTURED FINANCE?
Structured finance is complex finance which is used by larger companies which normally aren’t suitable for conventional finance products.
There are ‘normal’ or ‘vanilla’ types of financing a transaction, which are widely available on the market – such as mortgages or overdrafts
This type of finance differs as it is usually a highly involved financial instrument that is offered to large corporate or financial institution, which has a complex financing need and differs to conventional financial products. The aim is to create situations in order to provide non-flow financing solutions and structured risk mitigation products for clients when looking at a number of industries and classes of assets.
Why is structured finance important?
Structured financial products are not always the typical lending and ‘market products’ that are advanced on the high street.
Usually structured finance is necessary when there is one or a number of discretionary transactions, and it is where alternative lending is used with risk mitigation instruments implemented.
What’s a structured note?
A structured note refers to a debt security, which is issued by a financier and the return that is linked to it; it is based on the underlying performance of a basket of assets or index. These assets of pools at the base may be equity indexes, stocks, commodities, interest rates or currencies.
However, there are ways in which finance can flow into a company or special purpose vehicle, which may be structured in an alternative way in order to provide comfort to a lender.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
- Trade Finance Marketing & Operations Officers/Managers
- Relationship Managers
- Internal Auditors
- Compliance Officers
WHY SHOULD ATTEND
- To help the officers better understand the functions and risks of the products offered by the banks to their trade customers.
- After learning from the course, the officers should be able to market the service to the customers and avoid making mistakes when structuring the transactions
Speaker : Mr. Soh Chee Seng
Dr. Soh Chee Seng is Technical Consultant on Trade Finance Issues for the Association of Banks in Singapore and External Trade Finance Adviser of a number of banks in Asia Pacific. He has more than 25 years experience in trade finance operations with local and foreign banks in Singapore and Malaysia. He currently serves as a member of the UCP600 Drafting Group commissioned by the ICC Banking Commission to revise UCP500. He served as a member of the task force on international standard banking practice for documentary credits. Dr. Soh is also a member of the Panel of Experts, International Chambers of Commerce (ICC) Rules for Documentary Credit Dispute Resolution Expertise (DOCDEX).
Dr. Soh has been invited by the a number of financial institutions and bankers associations in South East Asia to conduct a series of workshops on international trade finance, risks in trade finance, ISBP, UCP500, ISP98 and Incoterms 2000. He has also been invited by the Supreme People’s Court of China, Shanghai High People’s Court and Tianjin High People’s Court to conduct seminars on ISBP for the judges in China. He has been invited as an expert witness to give his opinions on numerous LC cases in China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore and South Korea.
Dr. Soh received his Ph.D. in law from the China University of Political Science and Law in 2011. He received his first degree, Bachelor of Commerce degree with first class honours major in Economics, from Nanyang University, Singapore, in 1973, and completed the Advanced Bank Management Program with the Asian Institute of Management in Manila in 1986.
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