TXF: Trade & Treasury is moving to Amsterdam for 10 – 11 May 2017. It will gather 500 of the most senior figures from trading houses, commodity producers, processors, financial institutions and advisers. In addition to keynote speeches, the agenda features interactive workshops, idea-labs and other intimate formats.
You are also invited to attend the 2017 TXF Industry Gala Dinner on the first night of the conference. The evening of entertainment is included as part of your ticket and features a short awards ceremony for the Perfect 10 Deals of the Year.
TXF will be holding its natural resources and commodity finance conference in parallel. Delegates are welcome to attend sessions from both conferences and tailor their experience.
2016 threw surprise after surprise at the market – so what can we expect for 2017? Will the industry fully embrace digital tracking tools and electronic documents? Will interest rates continue to rise? Will the regulators make any concessions for trade finance? Not to mention the political upheavals across the globe…So the question on everybody’s lips is: in volatile times, how can you stay ahead of the game?
As well as macroeconomic topics, TXF Amsterdam will bring you two dedicated streams:
Trade and Supply Chain Finance
Tips for bringing financial and physical supply chains closer
Is the industry ready for e-documents?
Will supply chain finance programmes be subject to greater
scrutiny from ratings agencies?
How do the regulators view trade finance?
What do de-risking trends mean for companies in need of trade
What new trade routes and flows are emerging?
Treasury and cash management
Focus on risk management, working capital optimisation and
Are corporates making the most of cashpooling?
Guide to going to the capital markets
Best practice in combatting cyber-fraud
Ion Sclifos, Treasurer, Orange Romania
Mustafa Kilic, CFO, Groupe SEB
Mohamed El Sery, Director Group Supply Chain, Veon
Wildrik de Blank, Group Treasurer, Noble
Chetan Sahai, Global Business Development Leader, GE Capital
Marc Pfefferli, Head of Group Treasury, MET Holdings
Jasper Jorritsma, Senior Policy Advisor, Netherlands Authority for the Financial Markets
Emmanuel Galzy, Global Head of Supply Chain Management, BNP Paribas
Mauro Bonacina, Global Trade Market Manager, BNY Mellon
Jan Lambregts, Global Head of Financial Markets Research, Rabobank
Dr. Rebecca Harding, CEO, Equant Analytics
Bas Rebel, Senior Director – Corporate Treasury Solutions, PwC
Louis de Bruin, Blockchain Leader, Europe, IBM
IOE&IT members can receive a 10% discount on the full conference fee, simply quote code: 'IEITdiscount' when registering.