Changing Landscape in Risk and Liquidity in Receivables Finance
Macro credit cross-currents impacting trade finance were discussed. Market shifts to more non-bank funding sources were explored. Discussed implications of low rates and low spreads resulting from significant central bank liquidity, ...
Trends in Trading and Trade Finance
New trade finance requirements are being faced by traders from both their clients and suppliers. Ways in which these changing requirements are supported by banks
Trade Finance as an asset class
With consistently high yields and historically low volatility, trade finance assets of all types continue to represent opportunities for a wide range of Fixed Income Investors. While banks continue to have a limited ability to address these opportunities given regulatory and compliance hurdles, these short duration, historically stable assets are a
Introducing the Alternatives
As banks have responded to Basel III and other regulatory pressures, lending criteria has become more stringent while the market for alternative financing sources has continued to grow and evolve. Consideration will be given to the various types of alternative finance solutions available, ...
Receivables securitization with off-balance sheet treatment; An Industry case study jointly presented by CYSDA and Finacity Corporation
Jointly presented by Antonio Villa, Managing Director, Finacity Corporation and Oscar Casas Kirchner, Chief Financial Officer at CYDSA. This deal-specific case study demonstrated how a trade receivables securitization programs receive and benefit from off balance sheet treatment under IFRS. ...
Alternative Finance: An Overview Of The Receivables Finance Market
As structured trade finance banks de-risk, the need for alternative financing sources continues to provide various forms of liquidity. Trade receivables financing of various types including securitization are considered and evaluated.
Trade Receivables Securitization
Presented as case study of an actual AOI transaction completed in 2017, AOI and Finacity jointly present a newly expanded securitization program. Key areas of focus include the program’s increased funding capacity, the diverse portfolio of obligors from over 80 non-OECD jurisdictions and the incorporation of multiple selling jurisdictions.
As lending continues to evolve and embrace technological innovations, the panel explores how traditional platforms have evolved, expanded and potentially introduced new risks that have not been historically considered.
De-Risking Through Securitisation
The challenges and advantages of expanding securitized structures are considered as interest in funding various types of trade finance assets continues to develop.
VCNA/Finacity Presentation of IFRS Securitization
Presented as a case study of an actual VCNA transaction completed in 2016, VCNA and Finacity jointly present the overall the process of creating a securitization that achieved off balance sheet treatment under IFRS accounting standards.
Operational & Servicing Risks in Latin American ABS
As the public and private securitization markets continue to grow, the required infrastructure to service and ongoingly assess transactions has moved into the forefront. This panel considers how to assess operational and servicing metrics as well as how KPI's continue to become more robust as these markets continue to develop.
Reconsidering Alternative Finance
Alternative Lenders are often seen as the option when traditional banking channels don't present a viable path. A review of how has this group of lenders and intermediaries have continued to expand bankable markets.