Open Lectures on Trade Finance

Dates: January 23, January 30 and February 18
Time: 11:00-13:00
Place:  Webster Geneva Campus, Class Alps 13

 

Registration: please write to indjikian@webster.ch or register HERE

 

In the framework of 7th annual Spring 1, 2020 course on trade finance, Prof. Rouben Indjikian is initiating open for students, faculty and community lectures on trade finance by three distinguished speakers, on the following themes:

 

Thursday, January 23rd 2020
Me. Gilles Thieffry, Founding Partner, GT Law, Geneva

“Trade Finance and bank regulation, including Basel Accords”

 

Gilles Thieffry, is admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales, member of the New York bar, Avocat au Barreau de Genève et Avocat au Barreau de Paris. Gilles has been practicing finance and trade law for over 35 years, first in the City of London for 18 years where he has been a partner at major International law firms, and then in Geneva where he has set his own practice. Gilles is recognized as one of the leading experts on the impact of the Basel accords on trade finance. His various publications can be obtained on http://gtlaw.ch/.

 

 

Thursday, January 30th 2020
Ms. Anne-Lyse Moix, Head of Trade Finance Services Center Romandie, Credit Suisse Geneva

“Securing payments and performance in International Trade: Documentary collections, Letters of Credit & Guarantees in Trade Finance“

 

Anne-Lyse Moix, Director, has an experience of nearly 20 years in Trade Finance. She is heading Credit Suisse Trade Finance Services Center in Geneva and has joined the bank 15 years ago after having worked a couple of years in an Ukrainian steel company. She completed a Degree of Arts in Russian Linguistics from University of Lausanne, a Bachelor of Law from Saint Petersburg State University of Aerospace Instrumentation and holds a MBA Degree in Commodity Finance.

 

 

Thursday, February 18th 2020
Mr. Hamdi Arman, Head of Commodity Trade Finance, Credit Suisse Geneva

“Commodity Trade Finance”

Hamdi Arman is a Managing Director of Credit Suisse Geneva responsible for Commodity Trade Finance. Hamdi joined Credit Suisse at the beginning of 2011 from Credit Europe Bank NV – Amsterdam, where he was also in charge of Commodity Finance and Corporate Banking. Earlier, Mr. Arman worked in the Corporate Banking Departments of Citibank and HSBC. Hamdi holds a BS degree in Civil Engineering from the Technical University of Istanbul, Turkey and an MBA Degree with Finance concentration from Bentley University, Waltham, Massachusetts.

 

Registration: please write to indjikian@webster.ch or register HERE

 

Thursday, January 23

Webster University Geneva, Alps 13
Route de Collex 9 1293 Bellevue, Switzerland

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