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  • Methodology
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  • Overview
    PROGRAMME DETAILS

    DATE

    11 – 12 July 2017

    TIME

    9:00 AM – 5:00 PM

    VENUE

    Asian Banking School

    SIDC CPE

    10

    CPE Points
    This programme provides an overview of how international trade alters the value chain of domestic companies, thereby spurring the globalization process in the trade phase. It highlights the growing importance of intra Asia trade flow given the emergence of ASEAN Economic Community (AEC). This programme will equip the front-liners with the essential knowledge and rules of international trade.
    LEARNING LEVEL
    Foundation
    PROGRAMME FEE*

    AICB MEMBER

    MYR

    2,200

    / PAX

    NON-MEMBER

    MYR

    2,700

    / PAX

    *inclusive of GST
  • Objectives & Outline
    LEARNING OBJECTIVES
    Upon completion of the programme, participants will be able to: 
    • Gain an overview of international trade
    • Understand key elements in import and export transactions
    • Differentiate the features, mechanisms and applications between documentary collection and documentary credit
    • Learn the methods of payment in international trade
    • Know the various types of trade financing, underlying risks and measures to mitigate risks
    • Able to offer trade services to customers successfully
    PROGRAMME OUTLINE
    • Introduction to international trade, its risks, participants, documentation and rules (INCOTERMS 2010, UCP600, ISBP 681, ISP98, URDG758, URC522, Bill of Exchange Act)
    • Trade Finance for buyers and sellers – various risks encountered
    • Performance/non-acceptance/documentation/payment risks
    • Dealing with discrepancies and fraud
    • Case Studies on Application and Issuance of Documentary Credit, checking of documents
    • Methods of Payment – the emergence of Bank Payment Obligation (BPO)
    • Measures to mitigate risks – the importance of risk based pricing
    • Effective trade selling skills – identify trade opportunities from existing and new clients, manage client relationships in a competitive environment, structure trade proposals that meet clients’ needs and maximize banks’ returns/targets
  • Methodology
    Sharing of practical experiences and best market practices resulting from human errors, interactive discussions and case studies
  • Participant Profile
    Trade staff, credit and marketing officers and those who want to learn about international trade finance
  • Trainers

    CHANG WING HOH

    Chang Wing Hoh’s career in banking spanned over 39 years, 37 of which were in trade financing. He was the Head of International Trade Financing Division of Deutsche Bank Bhd, Kuala Lumpur from 1987 to 1997, a post he gained through rank and file after joining the bank as a clerk in 1969. He left Deutsche Bank to assume the post of Head of Trade Financing and Correspondent Banking at Hong Leong Bank, Kuala Lumpur; a position he held from 1997 until his retirement in 2004. His responsibilities and duties involved overseeing and taking charge of the banks’ trade finance operations, formulating strategies for trade business and income growth, and providing training and help-desk advisory service to customers – both internal and external. He was also involved in the trade financing backend processing system upgrade in both banks and the internet trade finance online system of Hong Leong Bank.
    After retiring from Hong Leong Bank, he ventured into freelance trade finance training and consulting work, and secured a one-year service contact with Citibank, KL, providing trade finance training for their Commercial and Corporate Banking Relationship Managers. Upon expiry of the contract in 2007, he took a break but then re-joined the banking industry in 2010 when he was offered the post of Project Manager - Business at AmBank as the bank has embarked on a project to replace their backend trade transaction processing system to sync with their front-end trade financing system. The system went live in October 2012, after which he was transferred to Trade Operations to review and recommend changes to their processing of trade transactions. He also provided training for the staff to improve their understanding of trade financing business. He was with AmBank until 2014.

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