TXF Global Commodity Finance 2020 will be a virtual+ event, offering people the chance to join physically or virtually depending on what feels safe for each individual. We will also ensure we follow all safety measures for all physical attendees.
Where: Hotel President Wilson, Geneva
When: 5th – 6th November, 2020
TXF Global Commodity Finance Virtual 2020 will be a supplementary event designed as an innovate solution to connect the commodity finance sector that is currently facing unprecedented challenges, particularly around the vulnerability and interdependencies of global supply chains which have been unveiled by the COVID-19 pandemic. This solution is not to replicate but to enhance everything you could do at a physical conference with added permanence.
TXF Global Commodity Finance 2020
TXF Global Commodity Finance Virtual brings together corporates, financial institutions, producers and traders, insurers, law firms and practitioners from commodity finance to debate and network, discuss case studies and participate in interactive roundtables, on:
- COVID-19 and the impact on commodity supply chains
- Commodity sector analysis – latest trends impacting the energy, mining and softs sectors
- Deal case studies – go behind the scenes of a commodity finance deal
- Financing trends – which forms of financing are proving popular?
- Regulatory overview – what could Basel IV mean for the future of structured finance
- Sustainability and ethics in commodity supply chains
- Digitisation and automation
- Private insurance and risk mitigation
Photos & Gallery
Video: Basel IV and Insuring Commodity Finance – TFG heard from Swiss Re’s Davide Guidicelli on updates on Basel IV regulation for banks and corporates. View →
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Podcast: Bank of America’s Lesley McNamara speaks to TFG on ESG and Sustainability in trade finance. View →