Comprehensive course analysis
About the course
- Unit 1 - Introduction to International Trade Finance
- Unit 2 - Collections, aval and forfaiting
- Unit 3 - Documentary credits
- Unit 4 - Specialist types of credit
- Unit 5 - Demand guarantees and standby credits
- Unit 6 - Structured trade finance
- Unit 7 - Open account payments and their financing
- Unit 8 - Commodity finance
What you’ll learn
- The foundations of trade finance
- The products and why and when they should be used
- The needs of the importer and exporter
- The risks that all parties are exposed to
- The trade documentation
- The difference between and trade services, trade finance and structured trade finance
- How structured trade finance and commodity finance enable banks to offer greater levels of financial support
- How to handle trade transactions
- How to support and offer the best solutions to your clients
Postgraduate certificate option
You have the option to receive a postgraduate certificate validated by Middlesex University Business School.
You will need to submit an additional marked assignment of 5000 words, based on a continuing case study that runs throughout the duration of the course.
How you’ll learn
- A new module is released every two weeks
- Read the units online, save them to your computer or print them out
- Study at your own pace
- Efficient and cost effective - no need to travel or take time off work
- Apply new skills and expertise to your work straight away
Stephen Jones is a highly experienced trade finance practitioner with over 40 years of trade finance expertise (35 of which was gained in the corporate banking environment). He has held senior trade positions in Lloyds Bank, NatWest and RBS.Stephen was the first in NatWest Corporate to win, struc...
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