International payments play an instrumental role in today’s global economy and make cross-border trade and investment easy.
According to McKinsey & Company, B2B cross-border transactions generated $125 billion in revenues in 2018. A lot of multinational companies in China need cross-border transactions daily not only for B2B purposes but also for B2C and C2C. There are three remarkable issues: currency conversion, time-to-pay, and transparency of payment. Entrepreneurs and their executive teams have to understand the local regulatory requirements, filing procedures and emerging technologies.
Hawksford is pleased to partner with Bank of Shanghai, to present a seminar on cross-border payments. The initiative aims to help global companies from Asia and Europe to cope with the challenges of connecting payments, operation of clearance system with international payment institutions and cooperation with e-commerce platforms.
|Date:||27 November 2019|
|Time:||09:00 – 11:00 a.m.|
|Location:||2F, Ascendas Innovation Place, 686 JiuJiang Road, Shanghai|
|Cost:||Free of charge|
|*Light refreshment is served|
Registration is required for this event. To register, please complete the form below.
Fabio graduated in International Law, business and politics before moving to China in 2012 where he studied Intellectual Property and Foreign Direct Investment at Peking University. He started his career at the China-Italy Chamber of Commerce and managed Guangzhou & Shenzhen offices during 2014-18. Now based in Shanghai, he looks after China’s Business Development activities.
Elaine Feng has a varied experience across different areas of International Business Department at Bank of Shanghai, having worked at Trade Finance and Financial Institution Relationship teams. Since 2015, Elaine works for International Desk Team, within the collaborative Strategic Partnership with Banco Santander, helping overseas companies on-board in China and supporting them with their financial needs. Prior to this, she was seconded to Bank of Shanghai Hong Kong between 2013 and 2014, where she helped establish the China Business team and foment cross-border business.
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