Pursuing opportunities in international markets is part of the Canadian business reality. Companies of all sizes, from start-up to multinational, are looking to expand their business abroad to ensure they remain relevant under global competitive pressures.
In this internationalized context, a Canadian exporting SME may successfully navigate all the complexities of trading internationally, but then fail to collect payment as easily as they might expect.
This is where the world of trade finance solutions can really make a difference. Whether you need to secure timely payment across borders, risk mitigation solutions or financing options to enter complex global supply chains, trade finance provides critical value to company of all sizes engaged in commercial ventures in international markets.
Tune into the webinar “Financing Trade and International Supply Chains” on January 27th at 1 p.m. EST to get an overview of financing options, solutions and practices needed to succeed in international trade.
Alexander R. Malaket, President of OPUS Advisory Services International, will discuss the four core elements of trade and supply chain finance and provide insight on how to mitigate risks through the proper selection of trade finance products.