International Trade Finance Certificate in Partnership with Florida International University (FIU)
07/18/2019 - 10/16/2019
90 days - 24hrs/7days
Online registration is closed.
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The main objective of the International Trade course is to provide participants with an understanding of the key aspects of financial transactions generated from international trade, as well as the risks that these transactions may generate in terms of Money Laundering, Terrorism Financing and Proliferation of Massive destruction weapons.
The FIBA/FIU International Trade Finance Program Package Includes:
- Instruction led by world-class, qualified instructors with expertise in Trade and AML
- Ongoing support from cohort peers and instructors through our online learning platform
- Easy-to-follow modules and case studies tailored to guide all participants through the learning experience
- Multimedia and other learning tools designed to enhance comprehension of key concepts
- Practice exercises that assess comprehension
- Access to a global and ever-growing alumni network
Individuals working in the trade finance or outside the area desiring to increase their knowledge in the field.
Who Should Attend?
•Trade finance officers with a minimum of two (2) years' experience in the field
•Customers service officers servicing international trade players
•Compliance and risk officers responsible for international trade
•English or Spanish
•Private training (available upon request)
$895 USD - Non Members
$795 USD - FIBA Members
$695 USD - Government
- International Trade Basics
- International Trade Services and Finance
- Uniform Customs and Pictures
- Corporate Trade Business Flows
- Identification of needs and analysis of expectations from the parties involved in the transactions
- Mastering the use international Trade Products
- The language used in the international Trade
- International Trade Services
- Documentary Letters of Credit : Requirements, Documentation, Risk
- Other types of L/Cs.: Transferable, Back-to-Back, Stand-by
- Documentation: Risks and Exposure
- International Trade Finance
- Funded and Unfunded Facilities
- Tenors, Schedule of Repayments and Pricing
- Financial needs along the Corporate Supply Chain
- How to reduce the risk impact of Foreign Trade Assets on the Bank's Balance Sheet
- Identifying the needs to mitigate
- Export Credit Agencies Programs and other Agencies Programs
- Risks Participants and Syndication
- International Trade based Money Laundering
Participants will receive a certificate of course completion at the conclusion of the course.
This course is approved for sixteen continuing education credits.