GTPA prepares to officially launch the Trade Finance and Supply Chain Finance specialisation in Singapore this September
The GTPA announces the upcoming launch of the global ISO 17024 specialisation for Trade Finance and Supply Chain Finance Specialists.
The business of trade financing has earned unprecedented profile and visibility over the last several years in particular, yet this fundamentally important enabler of international commerce has an urgent need to attract the next generation of energetic and committed practitioners. In this context, an ISO-aligned specialisation in trade finance and supply chain finance is an important evolution in the practice of trade financing.
GTR’s highly regarded Asia Trade & Treasury Week in Singapore from the 4th September provides an excellent context in which to launch this new GTPA specialism. GTPA CEO Lisa McAuley will lead the launch – an important addition to the value proposition of the GTPA across all aspects of international trade.
Please join us for the official global launch of the new global standard for Trade Finance & Supply Chain Finance professionals.
The following door prizes will also be made available, courtesy of GTPA:
• 1st Prize: Voucher for an organisation to offer to an export/ import client the ability to access free ISO 17065 certification as a Global Trading Business ISO 17065 approved
• 2nd Prize: Global certification voucher for up to 5 employees within an organisation to access the ISO 17024 certification as a GTP
• 3rd Prize: Global certification voucher for up to 3 employees within an organisation to access the ISO 17024 certification as a GTP
In addition to the launch of the trade finance and supply chain finance specialism, Lisa will be joining a panel to discussion entitled “How can Australia change its luck?”
Previously known as ‘the lucky country’, Australia’s bountiful natural resources had helped insulate it from financial hardship. Having recently enjoyed a downturn in fortunes, this session will investigate some of the key issues and potential measures that could help boost the country’s economic recovery.
Please come and check out GTPA at the event!