With extensive use of diagrams and examples to explain complex concepts, it examines all the main financing structures and many of the more unusual ones, the risks and risk management techniques involved, and how the regulatory regime impacts on what banks, insurers, producers, traders and buyers need to take into account.
A Practitioner's Guide to Trade and Commodity Finance looks at all aspects of trade and commodity financing, from pre-export financing to enforcement of security and insolvency issues. It covers the impact of post-credit crisis reforms, including the latest revised Basel Accord, and provides in-depth discussion of risk including risk management, risk transfer issues, regulation and due diligence.
Other related topics including ownership structures, securitisations, Islamic financing techniques and insurance and other risk mitigants all have chapters devoted to them.
A Practitioner’s Guide to Trade and Commodity Finance has been written by current and former members of the award-winning trade finance team at SNR Denton and is edited by its head, Geoffrey Wynne.