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Payment Methods for Imports & Exports

Discussion in 'Import & Export' started by Harry Gorniak, Oct 9, 2017.

  1. Harry Gorniak

    Harry Gorniak

    Oct 9, 2017

    Working on an international scale with clients from around the world can be a challenge: you don't want to ship your goods or deliver services and not get paid. Waiting 3 or more months to get paid isn't an option either when you need to cover your costs upfront and pay suppliers.

    How to secure funding for international deals and what methods of payment are available for imports and exports - these are the questions we'll cover in our webinar.

    - Traditional payment methods for imports and exports. Why should we look for modern solutions?

    - Fintech solutions that ensure funding and certainty of payment

    - New solutions that can give you insurance protection on your international trade

    Register for FREE today here


    14:00pm - 14:40pm - Panel discussion with Ian Fitz-Harris (URICA), James Bowker (UKEF) and Holger Schmidt (URICA).

    14:40pm - 15:00pm - Questions & Answers


    Ian Fitz-Harris - Strategic Development Director, URICA

    Ian built from scratch a €6bn market leading international trade finance business that was the most highly rated business on the LSE and sold to RBS. He is also a chartered accountant and was a board director of Bank of Scotland’s invoice finance business aged 28.

    James Bowker - Export Finance Manager, UK Export Finance, ECGD
    James has been one of UK Export Finance’s Regional Representatives since 2014, helping businesses to overcome finance and insurance related hurdles and secure overseas orders. Prior to this James spent over 20 years in the credit insurance sector, both in underwriting and broking, working with small and larger businesses across a number of sectors and geographical territories.

    Holger Schmidt - Head of Business Development in Germany, URICA
    Holger has more than 20 years of experience in the financial sector, in particular within SME finance in Germany. At URICA, he is responsible for business development in the German market.

    Register for FREE today here
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