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HSBC Malta supports TradeMalta’s webinar on the future of supply chains and trade finance

22nd July 2020

The webinar will examine how supply chains and business models have already been significantly impacted by Covid-19, and address new options and developments for trade finance in a period of continued uncertainty and volatility

A webinar entitled “The future of supply chains and trade finance” is being organised by TradeMalta and supported by HSBC. This online event, which is part of a series of HSBC supported webinars, will take place on Thursday 23 July 2020 at 11.00 am and will feature presentations by experts in their respective fields.

In addition to examining how supply chains and business models have already been significantly impacted by Covid-19, the webinar will also address new options and developments for trade finance in a period of continued uncertainty and volatility.

Joyce Grech, Head of Commercial Banking at HSBC Malta, said “HSBC has been a strategic partner of TradeMalta since its inception and these webinars are the latest in a series of joint initiatives designed to support Maltese businesses in their international aspirations.”

“The webinar will provide important insights for any business owner whose supply chain and trade finance facilities have been impacted by recent events and provide tips on how best to plan for a future which remains uncertain.”  

Anton Buttigieg, CEO of TradeMalta, said “Having the full support of HSBC Malta means that TradeMalta continues to deliver support to Malta based businesses which continue to have an international outlook despite the challenging times.”

“The webinar, for which places are limited, will include presentations by Sibel Sirmagul, Regional Head of Product Management, HSBC Global Services (UK) Ltd and Gaetano Sammut, Head of Global Trade and Receivables Finance, HSBC Bank Malta p.l.c.. Participants will be able to ask questions and engage in a discussion on the topic, moderated by Dr Joe Schembri from TradeMalta.”

For more information regarding this webinar, visit www.trademalta.org

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HSBC Malta supports TradeMalta’s webinar on the future of supply chains and trade finance