GTR’s West Coast Trade & Working Capital Conference 2016

Global Trade Review (GTR), will return to San Jose for the second instalment of its West Coast Trade & Working Capital Conference. Taking place in San Jose, California at Hyatt Place on November 17, the conference will act as a key meeting point for experts from various trade finance sectors, providing updates on working capital optimization trends, assessing the impact of global market conditions on trade and financing flows, and highlighting the latest fintech developments across trade and corporate treasury.

With an agenda geared towards best practice guidance, maximum audience participation and lively debate this is a must-attend event for those looking to get ahead in the trade and working capital space.

Experts will present their findings via a number of interactive sessions, interviews and ‘Tech talks’ – a fast paced and interactive plenary showcasing market disruptors and their innovative solutions, with an emphasis on audience participation and assessment.

Over 20 expert speakers, including fortune 500 corporates and leading trade fintechs, will take to the stage. Don’t miss out having your company name alongside those running the corporate, banking, trade and technology markets.

With heightened debate over the future of the trade finance industry and the impact of fintech on the direction on the banking and corporate sectors, this year’s GTR West Coast Conference provides a fantastic opportunity to hold an open forum, assess some of the latest innovations in trade and supply chain, and identify where tried and tested financing techniques can still hold their own”, says George Mitchell, Senior Conference Producer at GTR. “Most importantly, some of the region’s leading corporate treasurers and trade financiers will share their views on what is really needed as they seek to streamline their financing processes and optimize and working capital positions. We’re hugely excited to return to the heart of Silicon Valley and bring the full spectrum of players under one roof”.

Dedicated networking breaks will provide ample opportunitiesfor attendees to meet with the market’s primary decision makers, giving delegates the chance to become re-acquainted with old contacts and foster new working relationships with those keen to do business across Africa.

Author: Dylan Jones

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