TFR Global Contacts Directory 2015/16

TFR's Global Contacts Directory 2015/16 helps those in trade and commodity finance locate professionals and organisations who are directly engaged in transactions involving global trade finance. It includes a wide range of disciplines, including sources of finance, documentation, technology and political risk management.

 

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TFR's Global Contacts Directory 2015/16 is now available.

While copies are available to subscribers and delegates of selected events, be sure to bag your own copy of this brand new and updated directory.

The directory helps those in trade and commodity finance locate professionals and organisations who are directly engaged in transactions involving global trade finance. It includes a wide range of disciplines, including sources of finance, documentation, technology and political risk management.

While you can easily view entries on www.globalcontactdirectory.com, the printed directory is easy to access while travelling and is an essential networking tool. Perfect for when you need contact details urgently in an area without internet access.

Our researchers have worked around the clock to ensure this vibrant and fast-moving industry is appropriately represented, but if you think your details should be included, email cdann@wilmingtonplc.com and we can include you for future issues.

Order the TFR Global Contacts Directory 2015/16 for only £95 (+p&p and shipping costs if necessary).

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Clarissa Dann
Clarissa Dann Clarissa Dann is editor of Trade & Forfaiting Review (TFR), the specialist trade and receivables finance information service now in its 18th year. TFR includes a monthly magazine, an online information service, global contacts directory, events, reports and two annual awards competitions. Clarissa’s former roles have included running legal and regulatory publishing teams at Thomson Reuters and Lexis Nexis before completing her MBA in 2004 from Cass Business School in London and retraining as a financial journalist. Based in the UK, she is regular participant in and reporter on trade and commodity finance events around the world, having moderated panel sessions at Sibos and BAFT. She is currently studying for the Certificate in International Trade Finance (CITF).  In her limited spare time she plays the double bass in leading London amateur orchestras. You can follow Clarissa on  twitter. and connect with her on LinkedIn