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Asia Trade Finance Week 2012

Asia Trade Finance Week 2012

SingaporeSingapore, Singapore | September 3-5, 2012
Raffles Convention Centre, Swiss˘tel The Stamford

Event Review

Singapore played host to Exporta's Asia Trade Finance Week on September 3-5, the world's biggest trade finance gathering, taking place at the Raffles City Convention Centre, Singapore.

Benefitting from an extensive format that took in various stream sessions, training seminars and specific workshops, along with a special evening networking reception and the GTR Asia Leaders in Trade Awards, the event provided the opportunity for delegates to meet with and hear from senior decision makers in trade, commodity and export finance, emphasising the importance of global and regional trade flows as well as highlighting some of the region's most exciting new markets.

Over 80 expert speakers provided their insight on a number of key themes throughout the course of the event, including managing corporate financing challenges, collaboration between banking partners, the role of ECAs and the growth of the local private insurance market, perspectives on frontier markets such as Myanmar and Mongolia, improving levels of intra-regional trade, increased adoption of RMB settlement and current levels of demand within the commodity finance market.

With unrivalled support from a wider range of sponsors and partners, Asia Trade Finance Week welcomed over 500 delegates. Having established itself as the global leader for the world's fasting growing trade market, Exporta looks forward to building on this success in the future.

Description

Exporta’s Asia Trade Finance Week, incorporating the 4th Annual Asia Trade & Export Finance Conference, GTR Asia Trade Finance Awards Dinner, ‘Understanding Trade Finance’ workshops, 'Trade Finance Networking' reception, along with various stream and breakout sessions, will take place on September 3-5, 2012.
 
Over 500 delegates are expected to attend this flagship event, now accepted as the premier trade finance gathering in the world for discussing key regional and global themes and building essential business connections, drawing on the success of previous years and expanding the depth and focus to provide a fully rounded, extensive meeting for anyone working within trade finance and other associated industries.
 
This new extended format will encompass both the significance of Asia's regional and global trade flows, as well as casting a keen eye on some of the region's most exciting markets through a range of informative stream sessions and intimate workshops.

“A well thought out conference, very well put together and carefully executed. Insightful, time well spent – meaningful networking as well”
R. Singh, SIMS Group of Companies

“If you want to know how trade is moving – come to Asia Trade & Export Finance Conference”
M. Czaplicki, Promexico

“Very insightful”
S. Zed, SME Factors

“The conference provides a lot of useful updated information; speakers have deep knowledge of the areas presented. Also the conference is excellently organised”
N Thi Hoa, Vietcombank

“Great conference with good insight into development and issues relating to trade”
J. Kong, United Overseas Bank

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'Tools To Enhance Trade Finance' Workshop
(Part of the ‘Understanding Trade Finance’ series)

Monday September 3

13.00 Registration and refreshments

13.30 A guide to understanding ICC trade rules
Gabriel Sham, Vice-President, Trade Advisory, J.P. Morgan
• Incoterms 2010: The rules setting out duties, costs and risks in the sale and movement of goods
• The importance of conforming to international standards when trading within an emerging market
• Defining responsibility for issues such as transportation, handling and insurance
• Understanding the point at which risk is transferred from seller to buyer within a transaction

14.15 Trade credit and marine cargo insurance
Freddie Lim, Managing Director, Arthur J. Gallagher (Singapore)
• Understanding the inter-relationship between trade finance and marine cargo insurance practices
• Discussing the various types of trade finance and how they influence the type of coverage for cargo shipments
• Understanding the inter-relationship between trade finance and trade credit insurance practices
• Discussing various types of trade finance and how they influence the type of credit insurance coverage required

15.00 Refreshment break

15.30 Receivables financing and the differing approaches adopted
Sean Aston, General Manager, London Forfaiting Company Singapore
Margrith Lütschg- Emmenegger, President, FIMBank
• Explaining the key differences between factoring and forfaiting and when they should be used
• Factoring and forfaiting as attractive growth opportunities within a difficult climate
• Outlining particular benefits for small and medium-sized enterprises
• How have providers had to adapt their products and methods in line with the current market?
 

16.15 Non-bank sources of trade finance
Christian Stauffer, CEO, EuroFin Asia Group
• Outlining the benefits of trade finance funds for alleviating capital shortages
• Explaining the value proposition for using alternative investment funds
• Considering the different ways in which funds can be used in trade finance and their limitations
• Examining the importance of thorough documentation in negotiating potential bottlenecks


17.00 Close of workshop

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**The Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) administers Financial Training Scheme (FTS) grants to financial sector organisations that sponsor eligible Singapore based participants for training programmes that meet qualifying criteria. For more details, please visit www.mas.gov.sg, or contact the MAS via fsdf@mas.gov.sg.

4th Annual Asia Trade & Export Finance Conference

Tuesday September 4 – Day 1

08.55 Chairman’s opening remarks
Simon Constantinides, Regional Head of Global Trade & Receivables Finance, Asia Pacific, HSBC

09.00 Keynote address: The way forward
Percy Batliwalla, Head of Asia Pacific Sales, Global Treasury Solutions, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
• Asian economic demographics: The opportunity before us
• The universal banking model and its role in the new global funding marketplace
• How strategic management of uncertainty provides the key to success

09.20 Riding the wave: Asia’s ongoing journey
William Lee, Managing Director, Global Chief Economist Team, Citi Investment Research & Analysis
• Assessing the region’s future growth prospects: What competitive advantages does it hold?
• Picking up the slack against a backdrop of global financial uncertainty
• Inflation risks as a result of fluctuating commodity prices and geographical tensions
• The role of regional policymakers in responding to shocks in the global value chain
• Rebalancing local economies towards regional demand and broadened cooperation
• Has decoupling been shown to be fundamentally unfeasible in today’s global market?

09.45 Panel discussion: Meeting corporate financing challenges in the current climate
Moderator: Simon Constantinides, Regional Head of Global Trade & Receivables Finance, Asia Pacific, HSBC
Rudra Kundu, Structured Finance, Cluster Asia & Middle East, Nokia Siemens Networks
Priyadharshana Ekanayake, Category Finance Manager, Skin South Asia, Unilever
Pascal Serre, Vice-President, Head of Financial Solutions, Alcatel-Lucent Asia Pacific
Partha Bhattacharyya, Group Treasurer, Essar Group
Ernst de Kuiper, Executive Vice President Finance, Global Operations & Global Business Development, CEVA Logistics
Chris Pardey, Chief Executive Officer, RCMA Commodities Asia
• How increased regional growth has led to greater diversification of corporate financing needs and options
• Comparing attitudes towards international banks and whether they can compete in terms of market awareness and pricing
• Are sufficient options being provided in terms of innovative financing and non-traditional structures?
• Asian multinationals: How are global firms adapting their strategies to remain competitive?
• Highlighting awareness of the need for managing operational risk within a more complex supply chain
• Examining how corporates are looking to trade finance as a way of optimising working capital

10.35 Networking break

11.05 Panel discussion: How has the specialty credit and political risk insurance (PRI) market developed in Asia Pacific?
Moderator: Anthony Palmer, Deputy Chairman, BPL Global
Julian Hudson, Regional Manager, Political Risk & Credit, Ace Asia Pacific
Mark Wong, Regional Director of Capital Risks, Asia, Jardine Lloyd Thompson
Catherine Aubert, Head of Trade & Political Risk Insurance, Société Générale
Kirk Lee, Divisional Director, Credit & Political Risks, Gallagher Singapore
Richard Abizaid, Senior Vice-President & Regional Manager, Asia, Zurich
• With the recent influx of brokers and underwriters to Singapore, is the market getting overcrowded?
• Is the market successfully attracting new buyers to the PRI product?
• Considering the reduced influence of European banks and subsequent opportunities for Asian banks – are they being taken and can insurers support them?
• Debating whether global events in recent months have made the PRI product more important
• Do ECAs and private insurers in Asia complement or compete with each other?
• Will Basel III make the comprehensive PRI product more or less viable?
• How effective are current initiatives to protect against trade credit risks and increase private market appeal?

11.55 The economic and political climate in the ASEAN community: Opportunities and risks
Rachel Shoemaker, Head of Asia Forecasting team, Exclusive Analysis
• Providing a macroeconomic overview on market factors within an East and Southeast Asian context
• Looking at potential unrest and changing government policies across various countries
• Addressing concerns over terrorism and other counterparty risks throughout the region
• Considering the impact of China on the region, plans for growth and foreign policy initiatives
• Analysing potential risk and opportunity hotspots such as Japan, North-South Korea and Myanmar

12.20 Panel discussion: Are banks able to sustain Asia's role at the centre of global trade?
Moderator: Rebecca Spong, Editor, Global Trade Review (GTR)
Sanjay Tandon, Managing Director, Asia Head Trade Services, Citi Transaction Services
Amita Jhangiani, Head of Global Product Management, Trade & Supply Chain, HSBC
Shivkumar Seerapu, Regional Head of Trade Finance, Asia, Deutsche Bank
Chetan Talwar, Head of Trade Advisory, Asia, J.P. Morgan
Kuresh Sarjan, Managing Director & Head, Trade & Supply Chain Solutions, Asia, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Ashutosh Kumar, Managing Director & Global Head of Corporate Cash & Trade, Standard Chartered Bank
• Competition between local and international banks: Is capacity currently being met?
• Examining the role of trade giants such as China and India in growing intra-regional trade
• Has this provided viable opportunities for international banks within new frontier markets?
• Increasing use of Renminbi (RMB) in trade settlement and the potential role of other local currencies
• The impact of contagion: Has decoupling been shown to be fundamentally unfeasible?

13.10 Lunch


14.20-17.35 Stream A – Emerging market trade flows and intra-regional growth

Chair: Paul Gardner, Managing Director, Head of Structured Trade & Export Finance, Deutsche Bank

14.20 Panel discussion: Positioning for growth in the Asia market
Moderator: Stephen Holden, EVP, Head of International Business, First Gulf Bank
Ashutosh Kumar, Managing Director & Global Head of Corporate Cash & Trade, Standard Chartered Bank
Geoff Parry, Head of Trade Finance, South East Asia, National Australia Bank (NAB)
Jolyon Ellwood-Russell, Partner, DLA Piper
• Considering the changing balance of global trade flows in light of continuing Asian growth
• Sharing experiences of how non-Asian institutions have capitalised on such opportunities
• How has the proliferation of new market entrants impacted on the region's dominant players?
• Understanding the legal framework when looking to grow in a new market
• Capacity and continuing growth: Are sufficient opportunities being provided for companies outside Asia?

14.50 Panel discussion: African opportunities for Asian customers
Moderator: Chris Mitman, Specialised Finance, Capital Markets, Investec Bank
James Willcock, Registered Foreign Lawyer, DLA Piper
Simon Sole, CEO, Exclusive Analysis
Brian Irvine, Head of Corporate Business Development, Africa, Investec Bank Johannesburg
Jean Craven, Head of Corporate Finance, Export Trading Group
• Providing a buyer’s perspective on developing key infrastructure projects
• Understanding investment challenges faced when working across Africa
• Evaluating and raising export credit agency (ECA) support for initiatives
• Developing a framework for growing ECA business amongst existing activities

15.35 Networking break

16.00 The role of multilaterals in facilitating Asian and south-south trade
Moderator: Steven Beck, Head of Trade Finance, Asian Development Bank (ADB)
Yaw Adu Kuffour, Trade Finance Programme, African Development Bank (AfDB)
Anurag Mishra, Regional Head, Asia & the Pacific, International Finance Corporation (IFC)
• How banks are increasingly using multilaterals to shore up liquidity when entering into new markets
• Assessing how multilaterals are pooling their resources to boost south-south trade flows
• Considering how such partnerships provide shared access to programmes across continents
• Is the ultimate goal of multilateral facilitation programmes to render themselves obsolete?

16.45 Panel discussion: Is intra-Asia trade still on a winning streak?
Moderator: Michael Hogan, Head of Trade, Asia, National Australia Bank (NAB)
Philip Michell, Regional Manager Trade Sales Asia, Westpac
Ivone Hodiny, Senior Vice President, Head of Structured & Commodity Trade, Global Transaction Services, DBS
Mark Sachs, Partner, Thomas Cooper
Peter Field, Executive Director, Origination & Portfolio Management, EFIC
• Assessing continued opportunities provided for financing Asian trade as a result of lessening demand from Europe
• How have increased funding costs impacted on comparatively well capitalised banks in the region?
• Examining global appetite for the natural resources sector and the growing role of ECAs and the capital markets
• Has the banking sector stepped up to cater for increased demand? Has the gap been filled and if so who is filling it?
• Looking at how Asia’s growth has seen its leaders invest heavily in infrastructure to aid delivery of key commodities

17.35 Close of Day One followed by ‘Trade Finance Networking’ reception


14.15-17.35 Stream B – Innovation, regulation and best practice

Chair: Kuresh Sarjan, Managing Director & Head, Trade & Supply Chain Solutions, Asia, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

14.20 Accessing alternative sources of liquidity with Islamic finance
Paul Wouters, Chief Executive Officer, Senturiyon Global
• Assessing the role and benefits of using Islamic finance within trade
• What opportunities are there for new market entrants? What regulatory challenges do they face?
• Have liquidity limitations in other forms of borrowing increased the demand for I-compliant financing?
• What has the growth of Islamic finance in thriving markets such as Asia and Africa meant in terms of expanding reach?

14.45 Regional export bans and insolvencies: How to protect yourself
Iain Anderson, Partner, Ince & Co Singapore
John Simpson, Partner, Ince & Co Singapore
• The role of the underlying contract and room available for manoeuvre
• Outlining the key challenges faced in issues of force majeure
• Establishing the criteria for an insurable loss
• Common deal structures for the international trade of commodities
• How liquidators deal with challenges such as trader insolvency
• Maintaining bank security over the underlying commodity following an insolvency event
• Explaining recharacterisation risk: Things you should be aware of

15.15 ePresentation: A game changer in trade finance
Claire Buchanan, Senior Vice-President, Global Operations, Bolero
• Assessing the current landscape and future opportunities
• Ensuring value delivery to all parties
• Outlining the fundamentals of ePresentation
• Cross industry initiatives: Integration with carrier networks
• Corporate case studies across pre-check/direct inspection/full ePresentation

15.30 Networking break

15.50 How is the use of technology enhancing the financial supply chain?
Jitesh Malik, Senior Manager, Transaction Banking, Misys
• Helping build trust through collaboration between trade counterparties and banks
• Finding new ways to offer finance deeper into the supply chain
• Achieving greater integration and visibility in the flow of information
• Unified online services encompassing trade finance, cash management and corporate treasury
• Discussing the latest industry standards and key initiatives

16.20 The BPO: Delivering innovation to the financial supply chain
Moderator: Connie Leung, Director, Payments & Trade Markets, Asia Pacific, Swift
Ashutosh Kumar, Managing Director & Global Head of Corporate Cash & Trade, Standard Chartered Bank
David Bischof, Policy Manager, ICC Banking Commission
• Facilitating an alternative means of settlement in international trade
• Driving commercial adoption of a new market practice
• Promoting market acceptance of the BPO through uniform ICC rules
• Achieving industry alignment on rules and tools to support market demand
• Business benefits in risk and financing

16.50 Panel discussion: Achieving supply chain evolution across Asia
Moderator: Kuresh Sarjan, Managing Director & Head, Trade & Supply Chain Solutions, Asia, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Mark Evans, Global Head of Trade & Supply Chain, ANZ
Digby Bennett, Regional Sales Director, China Systems
Chetan Talwar, Head of Trade Advisory, Asia, J.P. Morgan
Eugene Buckley, General Manager, Asia Pacific, PrimeRevenue
Parvaiz Dalal, Regional Head, Structured Trade & Distribution, Asia Pacific, Treasury and Trade Solutions, Citi Transaction Services
Cedric Bru
, Global Head of Sales, Marketing and Business Development, Syncada from Visa
• Changing attitudes as a result of reduced corporate access to working capital
• Increasing collaboration as a response to greater vulnerability in the supply chain
• Improving operational efficiencies through standardised communication protocols
• Raising awareness: Comparing varying demand for solutions across different market segments
• The role of solution providers and opportunities provided for tapping into the local market
• Achieving industry alignment on enhancing rules and tools to support trading parties


17.35 Close of Day One followed by ‘Trade Finance Networking’ reception

4th Annual Asia Trade & Export Finance Conference

Wednesday September 5 – Day 2

09.00 Chairman’s morning remarks
Paul Wollny, Director, Swiss Re Corporate Solutions

09.05 Case study: Changing currency settlement patterns
Steve Kelly, Head of RMB Sales & Product, Global Markets, ANZ
• Considering the internationalisation and growing use of RMB as a trade settlement currency
• Improving information management and visibility within both the physical and financial supply chains
• Analysing growth in percentage of international trade using the RMB as a form of trade settlement
• Has this increase proved beneficial for companies to develop their trade relations with the Chinese market?

09.35 Panel discussion: Is export finance business set to continue growing or at risk of slowing down?
Moderator: Sumanta Panigrahi, Regional Head, Export and Agency Finance, Asia Pacific (ex-Japan), Treasury and Trade Solutions, Citi Transaction Services
Paul Gardner, Managing Director, Head of Structured Trade & Export Finance, Deutsche Bank
Simon Jones, Head of Structured Export Finance, Asia, ANZ
Peter Nesbitt, Regional Vice-President, Asia, Export Development Canada
Lee Meng Hong, Senior Vice President, Commodities, Structured Trade Finance & ECA, Global Trade Finance Division, Asia Department, China Department, Mizuho Corporate Bank
Michael Lutz, Head of Structured Trade & Export Finance, Asia Pacific, UniCredit
• How pricing and regulations have impacted on bank appetites for longer-term financing
• Do procedures and regulations prevent ECAs from maximising key business opportunities?
• Considering changing attitudes towards ECA financing in sectors such as aviation and shipping
• Are ECAs supporting enough projects in key frontier markets and if not how best can this be achieved?
• Looking at the emergence of smaller local market ECAs across the region
• Is it possible to take a holistic view towards export finance in Asia or is a country-by-country approach needed?

10.25 Forfaiting in China: Risk control tool or cash cow?
Holger Kebernik, Managing Director, China Trade Solutions
• Highlighting why forfaiting is an important tool within the Chinese market
• Outlining benefits provided to Chinese exporters through increased use
• Examining the latest trends and increasing adoption of forfaiting practices
• Providing real-life case studies on how this increase has benefitted companies

10.55 Networking break

11.25 Panel discussion: Assessing Malaysia's role in strengthening intra-regional trade
Moderator: Matthew Strong, Managing Director, Capital Risks, Jardine Lloyd Thompson
John Wong, Managing Director, Group Head Transaction Banking, Maybank
Chon Young Chin, Country Head, GTS Malaysia, Global Transaction Services, RBS• The country's evolution as a provider of manufactured products for Asia's trade leaders
• How does this impact on the perception of Malaysia as a primarily commodity-based market?
• Opportunities provided for international FIs by the liberalisation of the local financial sector
• Is there sufficient risk appetite in the market to take advantage of the opportunities Malaysia provides?

12.10 Interaction between structure and security in commodity-based financing
Chris Bradley, Consultant, Standard Bank
• Why is it structured commodity finance and not secured?
• The structured commodity product: A cornerstone of all frontier market financing
• The prepayment: Structured finance's understated pretty sister
• Where security ends and structure begins: Letting go when you can no longer touch the bottom
• The blending of structure with security to enhance the facility: 1+1=3 (or 2.5)
• Common misconceptions and false touch stones  

12.40 Panel discussion: Is commodity demand set to continue in the local market?
Moderator: Willem Klaassens, Managing Director, Latour Commodities International
William Shaw, Managing Director, Texel Asia
Andrew Church, Head of Business Development, Asia, Falcon Group
Patrick Welch, Director, Commodity Trade Finance, Asia Pacific, UniCredit
Chris Bradley, Consultant, Standard Bank
• To what extent has market withdrawal from some banks impacted and how is the gap being filled?
• Has the commodity finance market returned to a more supply and demand-based model?
• Considering how Asian growth has opened opportunities for a global commodity supply chain
• Examining some of the structures being used to finance commodity trade as a result of reduced liquidity
• What role do trade finance funds have to play in bridging the growing liquidity gap?
• Discussing the emergence of RMB as a settlement currency for commodity trade
• Benchmarking of commodity prices: Should Asia now be regarded as a price setter?

13.30 Lunch

Mongolia - Asia’s best kept secret?

Chair: Alisher Ali, Chairman, Silk Road Finance

14.30 Market overview: The newest frontier
Randolph Koppa, President, Trade and Development Bank of Mongolia (TDB)
• Outlining the vast opportunities provided in commodity sectors such as coal, copper and gold
• Examining measures taken by the banking sector to keep with demand for commodity financing
• Logistical challenges: Linking key commodity resources with existing trading routes
• Diversification of import links to reduce dependence on certain trading partners and the geopolitical implications

15.00 Understanding the legal and regulatory framework and the challenges faced
Stephen Tricks, Partner, Clyde & Co
• Explaining potential legal risks and problems for investors from a legal standpoint in Mongolia
• Reviewing the new Mongolian foreign investment law
• Highlighting the benefits of working with local partners to assist in understanding the market

15.30 Networking break

16.00 Panel discussion: Opening up opportunities to become involved in the Mongolian success story
Moderator: Alisher Ali, Chairman, Silk Road Finance
Floris Fibbe, Director, Commodities & Resources, Mongolia, Standard Chartered Bank
Chris Bradley, Consultant, Standard Bank
Bat-Ochir Dugersuren, Chief Executive Officer, XacBank
Sean Aston, General Manager, London Forfaiting Company Singapore
Jonathan Solomon, Partner, SNR Denton
Randolph Koppa, President, Trade and Development Bank of Mongolia (TDB)
• Questioning whether the local banking sector is big enough to deal with the scale of investment required
• Adopting more flexible approaches to funding cross-border financing when working in a frontier market
• Embracing commitment to national interest and social development when doing business in Mongolia
• How does Mongolia’s risk and reward equation compare with other commodity-rich markets such as Australia and Indonesia?
• Is more commitment needed from the international banking community to take advantage of the opportunities currently provided?

16.50 Close of workshop followed by GTR Asia Leaders in Trade Awards 2012

GTR Asia Leaders in Trade Awards
**Including the launch of The Cool Connection**

GTR and Exporta are proud to present the 2nd Annual GTR Asia Leaders in Trade Awards Dinner in recognition of the winners of the following award categories, recently voted by GTR readers in 2012:

● Best overall trade finance bank in Asia Pacific
● Best structured commodity finance bank in Asia Pacific
● Best export finance bank in Asia Pacific
● Best commodity finance bank in Asia Pacific
● Best trade outsourcing bank in Asia Pacific
● Best trade credit insurance broker in Asia Pacific
● Best political risk insurance broker in Asia Pacific
● Best trade credit insurer in Asia Pacific
● Best political risk insurer in Asia Pacific
● Best export credit agency in Asia Pacific
● Best trade finance boutique in Asia Pacific
● Best trade finance bank in Singapore
● Best trade finance bank in Vietnam
● Best trade finance bank in People’s Republic of China
● Best trade finance bank in Malaysia
● Best trade finance bank in Indonesia
● Best trade finance bank in India
● Best trade finance bank in Thailand
● Best trade finance bank in Taiwan
● Best trade finance bank in South Korea
● Best trade finance bank in the Philippines
● Best trade finance bank in Australia and New Zealand
● Best trade finance bank in Japan
● Best trade finance bank in Mongolia
● Best trade finance bank in Bangladesh
● Best trade finance bank in Pakistan

In conjunction with the global trade finance market's benchmark GTR Leaders in Trade Awards, whose dinner is held annually in London, the GTR Asia Leaders in Trade Awards will offer an evening of celebration of achievement, entertainment, ideal networking opportunities as well as the chance to catch up with old friends and acquaintances from the market.

As part of the evening, Exporta will be announcing the launch of The Cool Connection, a global business partnership between Exporta Group and Involvation Interactive combining expertise in event management and product technology, to deliver fully interactive workshops for the corporate, banking and insurance industries. More information can be viewed here.

Venue

Raffles Convention Centre, Swiss˘tel The Stamford

2 Stamford Road
Singapore
178882
Singapore
Asia Trade Finance Week 2012

Accommodation

Delegates are responsible for the arrangement and payment of their own travel and accommodation.

Upon registering to attend this event, Exporta will inform you of how to book accommodation at the venue.

Sponsors

Sponsorship opportunities including exhibition stands are available for this event.

To become a sponsor, please contact Tom Whitehead, Head of Sponsorship Sales at twhitehead@exportagroup.com.

Exporta's events have a global reputation, renowned for superb networking opportunities and educational presentations by high-profile speakers.

Time after time our events attract the leading companies in our market as sponsors.

See below for a full list of our Event Sponsors, Institutional Partners and Media Partners and click on the logo to visit their web site. 

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Sponsored by

  • Deutsche
  • BAML
  • HSBC
  • UniCredit
  • Citi
  • DBS
  • ANZ
  • ACE
  • JPMorgan
  • Trade & Development Bank
  • Falcon Trade Corporation
  • Westpac
  • Texel
  • JLT
  • Swiss Re
  • StanChart
  • Misys
  • DLA Piper
  • NAB
  • Syncada
  • BPL
  • Clyde & Co
  • Gallagher
  • China Systems
  • Ince & Co
  • Prime Rev
  • Codix
  • Thomas Cooper
  • Pinnacle
  • Rockall
  • Eurofin Asia
  • CTS
  • Exclusive Analysis
  • IE Singapore
Institutional partners
  • The Cool Connection
  • SIA
  • ICC
  • STB
  • IFC
  • ADB
  • ICISA
  • SICC
  • Berne Union
Media partners
  • GTR
  • Bloomberg Mong
  • Asia Briefing
  • TEF
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