27 November 2019
Crowne Plaza - King's Cross,
Insuring Short Term Trade Finance
Don't miss out on the cutting edge in insurance, trade finance and tech.
Insurers & Brokers:
- Meet some of the biggest users of short term trade credit insurance and understand their evolving needs
- Understand market trends to see where short term business is growing
- See what tech will shape the future of insurance and how the industry should respond
Banks & Lenders:
- Learn to provide state of the art financing instruments that meet trade finance demands
- Meet industry-leading brokers and insurers who can help your business grow
- Build up a picture of the rest of the industry's risk appetite
Traders & Corporates:
- Compare notes from across the industry and learn how get the most credit insurance
- Connect with lenders and underwriters who can help support your business growth
- Understand how you could benefit from the latest products innovations disrupting trade finance
2018 Speakers Include
Digital Disruption and Opportunities
Like it or not, a great wave of digitalisation is sweeping through insurance.
We will cut through the hype and waffle to find out what technology is actually going to transform short term trade finance. A number of disruptors are emerging in the market and could have profound consequences.
But the question remains: How should the insurance industry react?
Global Insurance Market Update
Gain an insight into the insurance market for short-term trade finance.
With data-backed, expert driven panels, join us explore the trends and opportunities are in key markets.
- Where are insurance buyers moving into?
- Why are insolvencies on the rise?
- What impact have trade conflicts had on business volume?
The talks will also provide plenty of insight into market capacity, softness and what to expect in the next 12-18 months.
Policy Wording Standardisation
Could one of the trickiest hurdles in underwriting soon be overcome?
The outcome of an insurance policy is hugely dependent on the wording - for both the insurer and insured.
So can an industry-wide standardization of this allow for effective coverage but also capital relief? And how could this be achieved? Join the discussion to find out.