About the Webinar
Transactional Trade Finance: A look at cross-border finance, L/Cs and documentary collections, and various receivable and payable finance products for open accounts.
This four-day webinar series examines a wide variety of issues surrounding the funding of a corporate’s principal current asset – its Accounts Receivables. The series will look at most effective receivables funding solutions for addressing the specific working capital needs of companies doing business in today’s global environment. Consideration is given to global credit market conditions and the dynamics of individual business sectors. The webinar series focuses on Securitization, Asset-Backed Lending, Factoring and Transactional Trade Finance as changes to global credit markets and legislation continue to impact on these services.
Discover new methods to increase working capital by joining FCIB’s four-day webinar series in September!
- Day 1 - Securitization
- Day 2 – Asset-backed Lending
- Day 3 – Factoring
- Day 4 - Transactional Trade Finance
Farhad Subjally, Head of Trade Product Management, Americas
Standard Chartered Bank
New York, NY
Farhad Subjally is the Head of Trade Product Management for the Transaction Banking business at Standard Chartered based in New York. His focus is on documentary and open account trade products and services that deliver sustainable value to our institutional clients for their global trade finance requirements. Farhad has been with Standard Chartered for 7 years. He is also the Chair of BAFT’s Financial Supply Chain Committee whose aim it is to provide ‘best practices’ in FSC to banks and other participants.
Senior Vice President
Jim is a managing director at US-based Finacity Corporation, where he spearheads the firm’s alternative asset origination and distribution activities. His role encompasses such working capital solutions as factoring/invoice finance, asset-based lending, supply chain finance and structured trade finance, in addition to Finacity’s core trade receivable securitization business.
Prior to joining Finacity in 2010, Jim spent three years as director of origination for Rosemount Capital Management, where he managed the origination, trading and syndication of trade and commodity finance assets in Latin America and Eastern Europe for the Rosemount Global Trade Finance Fund. For seven years before that, he was head of international marketing for the Financial Institutions Group at Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi New York.
Jim’s 30-year career also includes stints at Citicorp Investment Bank, Global Structured Trade Solutions, and Goldman Sachs, as well as two years running his own financial consultancy. He has a BS in Economics from the College of William and Mary in Virginia, and an MBA in International Finance from NYU, and holds both US and EU citizenship.