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Insuring Export Credit & Political Risk

The leading event for the global export credit & political risk industry

23 - 24 February 2016

London, UK, Venue TBC

Meet 300 + Senior representatives from across the industry

This is an ideal opportunity to meet and interact with deal generators and facilitators from all sides of the industry including:

• ECAs, multilateral & government agencies and DFIs
• Trade credit & political risk insurance brokers & underwriters
• Project, export & trade finance banks
• Corporate exporters/traders investors & developers

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Join 300+

leading executives from ECAs, DFIs, commercial banks, private insurers & corporate  exporters

Learn from 70+

expert commentators on the current macroeconomic environment and geopolitical risk climate

26+ years

as the leading industry event for trade, export & project finance, credit, political risk & investment insurance

Macro Economics & Geopolitical Risk

  • Weak commodities and the impact on economies of resource-rich countries
  • Impact on investor confidence of major forthcoming elections across the globe
  • Possible geopolitical flashpoints: Syria/Iraq, Ukraine, SE Asia
  • Central bank policy, currency risks, and the cost of servicing debt

Political Risk Insurance & Export Credit

  • Capacity, pricing, appetite & dynamic between clients and underwriters
  • Where is client growth coming from, and what are the drivers behind this?
  • Developments in terrorism / political violence violence cover
  • Are ECAs comfortable with their role in the current status quo?

Financing Trade & Investment

  • Deal structures capacity and margins for banks in ECA finance
  • Risk appetite and distribution trends
  • Are there still gaps in financing for trade?
  • Rise of the AIIB and new BRICS development banks
  • Is disruptive technology in trade driving a regionalisation of risk capital?

We're Currently Inviting Speakers for 2016

Maëlia Dufour, Sous-Directeur, Direction des Garanties Publiques, Coface
Maëlia Dufour

Sous-Directeur, Direction des Garanties Publiques


David Anderson, Director Global Business Development, Zurich Credit & Political Risk
David Anderson

Director Global Business Development

Zurich Credit & Political Risk

Andrew Grant, Partner, Global Head of Political Risk and Trade Credit, CLYDE & CO
Andrew Grant

Partner, Global Head of Political Risk and Trade Credit


Gary Lowe, Director of Credit Insurance, Standard Chartered Bank
Gary Lowe

Director of Credit Insurance

Standard Chartered Bank

Diana Smallridge, President, International Financial Consulting
Diana Smallridge


International Financial Consulting

Edna Schoene-Alaluf, Member of the Board of Management, Euler Hermes
Edna Schoene-Alaluf

Member of the Board of Management

Euler Hermes

Rudolph Putz, Deputy Director, Financial Institutions, EBRD
Rudolph Putz

Deputy Director, Financial Institutions


Jing Fenglei, London Representative, Sinosure
Jing Fenglei

London Representative


Kai Preugschat, Secretary General, BERNE UNION
Kai Preugschat

Secretary General


Joanne Palmer, Strategic Advisor & Manager, Insurance Product, Export Development Canada
Joanne Palmer

Strategic Advisor & Manager, Insurance Product

Export Development Canada

Jørn Fredsgaard Sørensen, Country, Bank and Sector Risk, EKF
Jørn Fredsgaard Sørensen

Country, Bank and Sector Risk


Jim Cruse, Senior Vice President, Policy & Planning, US ExIm
Jim Cruse

Senior Vice President, Policy & Planning


ExCred25 Highlights


Find out for yourself why this is the leading event for the export credit and PRI Industry.

View some of the highlights from ExCred 25, or visit our ExCred TV page to see more from last year's event, such as interviews with industry experts including Peter Sprent from Liberty Specialty Markets and Edie Quintrell, World Bank.