TXF Americas 2020
The fun in the sun returns! Bringing all key players together for two days of networking, we explore case studies of the latest deals and examine the next hot opportunities across the region.
Does an uptick in arms trade imports and exports and a rise in rhetorical weaponised language around trade point to a riskier trade credit insurance environment in 2018-19? In the latest episode of TXF’s Risky Business podcast series, a panel of insurance underwriters and risk experts outline their key global risk trends.
Ramon Tolk, senior director, treasury at specialty packaging company Avery Dennison’s European Treasury Centre in the Netherlands, talks to TXF about cross border pooling structures and intercompany lending. How can treasury respond to the potentially beneficial changes in US tax regulation and create US/EMEA cross border pooling?
Robert Frank, global head for insurance and risk mitigation at Gerald Metals, spoke to TXF about the CPRI market, the digitisation myth and how having multiple brokers keeps them on their toes.
When Japanese brewer Asahi bought SABMiller’s central and European assets from AB InBev (ABI) for €7.3bn it made Asahi Group the third largest brewer in Europe. The deal was one of the most complicated in the history of brewing and Anthony Buchanan, treasurer of Asahi Breweries Europe, still has his work cut out.
Swiss ECA SERV has pulled off some major innovations in the bond markets - from guaranteeing a rouble bond refinancing to the Sergipe local currency bond deal earlier this year. And CEO Peter Gisler has plans for an even more proactive agency.