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Welcome to GTR Trade Talks, the official Global Trade Review podcast channel. GTR brings you the best in trade, export, commodity and supply chain finance content, GTR Trade Talks features highlighted discussions and insights from a selected number of GTR's 20+ international events.Each episode of GTR Trade Talks will treat you to in-depth conversations with leaders of the industryEstablished in 2002 and with offices in London and Singapore, GTR is the world’s leading trade and trade finance media company, offering a one-stop shop for information, news, events and services for companies and individuals involved in global trade.If you'd like to be kept up to date with GTR’s daily news and industry events, sign up for our free eNews newsletters at www.gtreview.com/register/Email us at tradetalks@gtreview.com

Latest Episodes

Rebooting East African trade with innovative tech

43 MINJUN 13
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Rebooting East African trade with innovative tech

Is trade still a force for good?

In a divided political climate we increasingly see trade used as a tool of coercion to achieve strategic influence, an instrument of foreign policy rather than a by-product. In this session we hear various experts consider the implications of this trend for African markets as Rob Hersov, CEO & Founder of Invest Africa talks with Wildu du Plessis (Baker McKenzie), Talitha Bertelsmann-Scott (South African Institute of International Affairs), Elena Williams, (UK Department for International Trade) and Rupert Boyle (Gallagher), posing the question “is trade still a force for good?” Bringing you the best in trade and export content, with highlighted discussions and insights from GTR Africa 2019 in Cape Town, South Africa on March 14-15\. If you missed the event or are looking to be involved next year be sure to visit www.gtreview/events for more information - dates for 2020’s event will be available soon!

34 MINMAR 29
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Is trade still a force for good?

The business case for gender diversity: GTR Women in Trade Finance in Dubai

Trade finance organisations are faced with an urgent challenge when it comes to acquiring, developing and retaining diverse talent. It’s now time to move from aspirations to actions if the industry wants to future-proof its existence. At the recent GTR Women in Trade Finance event in Dubai, Rana Nawas gave a thought-provoking speech about why institutions should care about this issue. Rana is a keynote speaker, strategic advisor and the host of the podcast When Women Win.

15 MINMAR 8
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The business case for gender diversity: GTR Women in Trade Finance in Dubai

Economist debate: Global trade war - how bad can it really be?

With increasing unpredictability surrounding protectionist trade policiesaround the globe, identifying geopolitical risks has become a pressingissue for the trade community. Highlighting the potential businessrepercussions posed by increasing trade barriers, a debate-led keynotediscussion will provide contrasting perspectives on their potential impacton Nordic trade and economic growth, addressing the question: ‘How badcan a global trade war really be?’ **Speakers:** **Olof Manner**, Head of Research, **Swedbank** **Lena Sellgren**, Chief Economist, **Business Sweden**

46 MIN2018 DEC 4
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Economist debate: Global trade war - how bad can it really be?

Do ICOs provide a potential new source of finance or reason for caution?

Debate 2: Do ICOs provide a potential new source of finance or reason for caution? Viewpoint 1: **Raj Uttamchandani**, Executive Director, **Trade Finance Market** Interest in initial coin offerings (ICOs), the process of using cryptocurrency to raise money for trade lending, is growing as companieslook for alternative ways to fund supply chains and raise capital. Simplerand faster than traditional cross-border fundraising, removing much of the complexity around different currencies, settlements and paymentconsolidations, ICOs help provide SMEs and start-ups in particularwith greater access to a more diverse pool of potential investors, withblockchain-based screening solutions enabling quick funding and deriskingof transactions. Viewpoint 2: **Kim Kit Ow**, Partner, **Bird & Bird** The unregulated nature of ICOs provide inherent risks, with concerns over sources of funds and financial crime leading to closemonitoring. If the industry is seriously thinking of building ICOs up as alon...

35 MIN2018 NOV 29
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Do ICOs provide a potential new source of finance or reason for caution?

Is the future of the global digital economy under threat?

A new format unveiled at this year’s GTR Asia Trade & Treasury Week, GTR’s Debating Chamber will incorporated a debate format whereby speakers argued their viewpoints on key issues to an engaged room of participants. This episode we hear from Alex Capri, Senior Fellow at NUS Business School & Carl Wegner, Managing Director and Head of Asia for R3 as they debate whether the future of the global digital economy is under threat. **Debate 1: Is the future of the global digital economy under threat?** **Yes:**Alex Capri, Senior Fellow, NUS Business School The decision by US regulators to block the sale of MoneyGram to Alibaba’s Ant Financial platform was badly received in Beijing, whilstongoing concerns around sanctions adherence by the Chinese techgiant ZTE and US investigations into Chinese violations of US intellectualproperty continue to heighten tensions. With the geopolitical environmentchanging considerably, many western companies looking to break intothe Chinese market could g...

32 MIN2018 NOV 7
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Is the future of the global digital economy under threat?

How seriously should a global trade war be taken?

Today **GTR** brings you the best in trade and treasury content, with highlighted discussions and insights from [**GTR Asia Trade & Treasury Week 2018**](https://www.gtreview.com/events/asia/gtr-asia-trade-treasury-week-2018/), the world’s largest gathering of its kind. The event took place at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore on September 4-7. With the past year having seen countless headlines on trade, from the ongoing spat between the US and China to the latest tariffs being imposed on commodities such as steel and aluminium, this episode will feature a high-level debate session between Tony Nash, Chief Executive Officer & Founder of Complete Intelligence and Deborah Elms, Executive Director or Asian Trade Centre as theydiscuss ‘How seriously should a global trade war be taken? Moderated by Alex Capri, Senior Fellow, NUS Business School.

47 MIN2018 OCT 26
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How seriously should a global trade war be taken?

Supply chain finance and sustainable trade in Asia (Sponsored by DBS)

**[GTR](https://www.linkedin.com/company/exporta/)**'s Eleanor Wragg interviews [Amit Agarwal](https://www.linkedin.com/in/amit-agarwal-ab0a7483?originalSubdomain=sg), head of open account trade products, Global Transaction Services at DBS, about the demand for sustainable leadership in the trade finance market and supply chain finance trends in Asia. **[](https://www.linkedin.com/company/exporta/)** The interview took place at the annual [GTR Asia Trade & Treasury Week](https://www.gtreview.com/events/asia/gtr-asia-trade-treasury-week-2018). More links: - [GTR Asia distilled in 6 points](https://goo.gl/EF7oP4) - [Economists clash over impact of trade war](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=glrMYqweDew&t=2s) - [Event photos](https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipM7tIaUIRAnT_3SAvY3rC-b2pqybHYxna62YiGeLCNwA1NbXjTNFbS6G9BpIFfg3g?key=MF9SVWRCR0xrSFIxc3NEa1JGWHhZckhjb2xJREV3)

4 MIN2018 OCT 1
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Supply chain finance and sustainable trade in Asia (Sponsored by DBS)

Exporting to emerging markets: what if all goes wrong

Nordic Region Trade and Export Finance Conference 2017 took place at the Radisson Blu in Stockholm on November 16, 2017. The discussion highlights afternoon Stream A, titled “Exporting to emerging markets: what if all goes wrong?” and features Cristina Rooth, Legal Counsel from SEB and Victor Carstenius, Country Analyst from EKN. Christina and Victor assess a number of hypothetical business risk scenarios and provide insights into the potential legal issues and appropriate courses of action for each case. Discussion points include: - What are the risks to look out for? - How enforceable are various contract structures (if at all)? - And what can exporters and financiers do to safeguard against defaults? * Victor Carstenius, Country Analyst from EKN -http://bit.ly/2G0WRt4 * Cristina Rooth, Legal Counsel from SEB - http://bit.ly/2ExY8ep

19 MIN2018 FEB 9
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Exporting to emerging markets: what if all goes wrong

Understanding potential threats to trade and economic stability in Asia

This episode features keynote speaker Richard Duncan, Financial Analyst, Author, Economist & Consultant. Richard spoke during the GTR Asia Trade & Treasury Week 2017 at the 9.10 morning plenary keynote session ‘Understanding potential threats to trade and economic stability in Asia.’ The event took place at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore on September 5-8, 2017. Richard examines how the build-up of trade imbalances over the last few decades have proved instrumental in leaving the global economy unstable and vulnerable to severe crises. • Richard Duncan LinkedIn - http://bit.ly/2zkacwY • 90-second update: US sanctions would destroy China's economy featuring Richard Duncan - https://goo.gl/WnR1fD

57 MIN2017 NOV 7
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Understanding potential threats to trade and economic stability in Asia

Latest Episodes

Rebooting East African trade with innovative tech

43 MINJUN 13
Comments
Rebooting East African trade with innovative tech

Is trade still a force for good?

In a divided political climate we increasingly see trade used as a tool of coercion to achieve strategic influence, an instrument of foreign policy rather than a by-product. In this session we hear various experts consider the implications of this trend for African markets as Rob Hersov, CEO & Founder of Invest Africa talks with Wildu du Plessis (Baker McKenzie), Talitha Bertelsmann-Scott (South African Institute of International Affairs), Elena Williams, (UK Department for International Trade) and Rupert Boyle (Gallagher), posing the question “is trade still a force for good?” Bringing you the best in trade and export content, with highlighted discussions and insights from GTR Africa 2019 in Cape Town, South Africa on March 14-15\. If you missed the event or are looking to be involved next year be sure to visit www.gtreview/events for more information - dates for 2020’s event will be available soon!

34 MINMAR 29
Comments
Is trade still a force for good?

The business case for gender diversity: GTR Women in Trade Finance in Dubai

Trade finance organisations are faced with an urgent challenge when it comes to acquiring, developing and retaining diverse talent. It’s now time to move from aspirations to actions if the industry wants to future-proof its existence. At the recent GTR Women in Trade Finance event in Dubai, Rana Nawas gave a thought-provoking speech about why institutions should care about this issue. Rana is a keynote speaker, strategic advisor and the host of the podcast When Women Win.

15 MINMAR 8
Comments
The business case for gender diversity: GTR Women in Trade Finance in Dubai

Economist debate: Global trade war - how bad can it really be?

With increasing unpredictability surrounding protectionist trade policiesaround the globe, identifying geopolitical risks has become a pressingissue for the trade community. Highlighting the potential businessrepercussions posed by increasing trade barriers, a debate-led keynotediscussion will provide contrasting perspectives on their potential impacton Nordic trade and economic growth, addressing the question: ‘How badcan a global trade war really be?’ **Speakers:** **Olof Manner**, Head of Research, **Swedbank** **Lena Sellgren**, Chief Economist, **Business Sweden**

46 MIN2018 DEC 4
Comments
Economist debate: Global trade war - how bad can it really be?

Do ICOs provide a potential new source of finance or reason for caution?

Debate 2: Do ICOs provide a potential new source of finance or reason for caution? Viewpoint 1: **Raj Uttamchandani**, Executive Director, **Trade Finance Market** Interest in initial coin offerings (ICOs), the process of using cryptocurrency to raise money for trade lending, is growing as companieslook for alternative ways to fund supply chains and raise capital. Simplerand faster than traditional cross-border fundraising, removing much of the complexity around different currencies, settlements and paymentconsolidations, ICOs help provide SMEs and start-ups in particularwith greater access to a more diverse pool of potential investors, withblockchain-based screening solutions enabling quick funding and deriskingof transactions. Viewpoint 2: **Kim Kit Ow**, Partner, **Bird & Bird** The unregulated nature of ICOs provide inherent risks, with concerns over sources of funds and financial crime leading to closemonitoring. If the industry is seriously thinking of building ICOs up as alon...

35 MIN2018 NOV 29
Comments
Do ICOs provide a potential new source of finance or reason for caution?

Is the future of the global digital economy under threat?

A new format unveiled at this year’s GTR Asia Trade & Treasury Week, GTR’s Debating Chamber will incorporated a debate format whereby speakers argued their viewpoints on key issues to an engaged room of participants. This episode we hear from Alex Capri, Senior Fellow at NUS Business School & Carl Wegner, Managing Director and Head of Asia for R3 as they debate whether the future of the global digital economy is under threat. **Debate 1: Is the future of the global digital economy under threat?** **Yes:**Alex Capri, Senior Fellow, NUS Business School The decision by US regulators to block the sale of MoneyGram to Alibaba’s Ant Financial platform was badly received in Beijing, whilstongoing concerns around sanctions adherence by the Chinese techgiant ZTE and US investigations into Chinese violations of US intellectualproperty continue to heighten tensions. With the geopolitical environmentchanging considerably, many western companies looking to break intothe Chinese market could g...

32 MIN2018 NOV 7
Comments
Is the future of the global digital economy under threat?

How seriously should a global trade war be taken?

Today **GTR** brings you the best in trade and treasury content, with highlighted discussions and insights from [**GTR Asia Trade & Treasury Week 2018**](https://www.gtreview.com/events/asia/gtr-asia-trade-treasury-week-2018/), the world’s largest gathering of its kind. The event took place at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore on September 4-7. With the past year having seen countless headlines on trade, from the ongoing spat between the US and China to the latest tariffs being imposed on commodities such as steel and aluminium, this episode will feature a high-level debate session between Tony Nash, Chief Executive Officer & Founder of Complete Intelligence and Deborah Elms, Executive Director or Asian Trade Centre as theydiscuss ‘How seriously should a global trade war be taken? Moderated by Alex Capri, Senior Fellow, NUS Business School.

47 MIN2018 OCT 26
Comments
How seriously should a global trade war be taken?

Supply chain finance and sustainable trade in Asia (Sponsored by DBS)

**[GTR](https://www.linkedin.com/company/exporta/)**'s Eleanor Wragg interviews [Amit Agarwal](https://www.linkedin.com/in/amit-agarwal-ab0a7483?originalSubdomain=sg), head of open account trade products, Global Transaction Services at DBS, about the demand for sustainable leadership in the trade finance market and supply chain finance trends in Asia. **[](https://www.linkedin.com/company/exporta/)** The interview took place at the annual [GTR Asia Trade & Treasury Week](https://www.gtreview.com/events/asia/gtr-asia-trade-treasury-week-2018). More links: - [GTR Asia distilled in 6 points](https://goo.gl/EF7oP4) - [Economists clash over impact of trade war](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=glrMYqweDew&t=2s) - [Event photos](https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipM7tIaUIRAnT_3SAvY3rC-b2pqybHYxna62YiGeLCNwA1NbXjTNFbS6G9BpIFfg3g?key=MF9SVWRCR0xrSFIxc3NEa1JGWHhZckhjb2xJREV3)

4 MIN2018 OCT 1
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Supply chain finance and sustainable trade in Asia (Sponsored by DBS)

Exporting to emerging markets: what if all goes wrong

Nordic Region Trade and Export Finance Conference 2017 took place at the Radisson Blu in Stockholm on November 16, 2017. The discussion highlights afternoon Stream A, titled “Exporting to emerging markets: what if all goes wrong?” and features Cristina Rooth, Legal Counsel from SEB and Victor Carstenius, Country Analyst from EKN. Christina and Victor assess a number of hypothetical business risk scenarios and provide insights into the potential legal issues and appropriate courses of action for each case. Discussion points include: - What are the risks to look out for? - How enforceable are various contract structures (if at all)? - And what can exporters and financiers do to safeguard against defaults? * Victor Carstenius, Country Analyst from EKN -http://bit.ly/2G0WRt4 * Cristina Rooth, Legal Counsel from SEB - http://bit.ly/2ExY8ep

19 MIN2018 FEB 9
Comments
Exporting to emerging markets: what if all goes wrong

Understanding potential threats to trade and economic stability in Asia

This episode features keynote speaker Richard Duncan, Financial Analyst, Author, Economist & Consultant. Richard spoke during the GTR Asia Trade & Treasury Week 2017 at the 9.10 morning plenary keynote session ‘Understanding potential threats to trade and economic stability in Asia.’ The event took place at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore on September 5-8, 2017. Richard examines how the build-up of trade imbalances over the last few decades have proved instrumental in leaving the global economy unstable and vulnerable to severe crises. • Richard Duncan LinkedIn - http://bit.ly/2zkacwY • 90-second update: US sanctions would destroy China's economy featuring Richard Duncan - https://goo.gl/WnR1fD

57 MIN2017 NOV 7
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Understanding potential threats to trade and economic stability in Asia
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