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ITS-03-FIT-008 - Export Credit Agency Finance You will become familiar with the roll of the Export Credit Agency, ECA, Supplier Credits, Buyer Credits and gain an understanding of the concept of Warehouse Financing. Detailed Topic Listing as follows: LU FIT 008. ECA and Warehouse Finance 1. ECA BASED FINANCING 1.1 Medium to Long Term Financing 1.2 Market Characteristics 1.3 Long-Term Financing Needs 1.4 Participants in the Market 1.5 Export Credit Agencies 1.6 Export Credit Agencies - Protections 2. SUPPLIER CREDITS 2.1 Supplier Credits (continued) 2.2 Mechanics of the Supplier Credit 2.3 Advantages of Supplier Credit 2.4 Disadvantages of Supplier Credit 2.5 Players and Relationships in Supplier Credit 2.6 Commitment, Draw-down, and Payback in Supplier Credit 3. BUYER CREDITS 3.1 Mechanics of the Buyer Credit 3.2 Advantages and Disadvantages of Buyer Credit 3.3 Players and Relationships in the Buyer Credit 3.4 Commitment, Draw-down, and Payback in a Buyer Credit 3.5 Buyer Credit (Refinancing) 3.6 Comparison: Supplier and Buyer Credits 3.7 Bank Earnings and Fees 3.8 OECD Consensus or Arrangement 3.9 Benefits to Banks 3.10 Export Credit Insurance and the Berne Union 3.11 Benefits of Export Credit Insurance 3.12 Examples of Main ECA Providers and their Mission Statements 4. WAREHOUSE FINANCE Further Reading 1 - OECD Consensus - Arrangement on Officially Supported Export Credits 2 - Disciplining Trade Finance - the OECD Export Credit Arrangement 3 - Export Credit Guarantees, Moral Hazard and Exports Quality 4 - Testing the Trade Credit and Trade Link: Evidence from Data on Export Credit Insurance 5 - Public Export Guarantees and Foreign Trade Structure Forum Assignment End of Unit eBSI Export Academy
ITS-03-FIT-009 - Structured Commodity Trade Finance The main objective of this Learning Unit is to understand the functioning of Letters of Indemnity (LOI) and fundamentals of Asset Based Lending. Detailed Topic Listing as follows: LU FIT 009 Commodity Trade Finance 1 STRUCTURED TRADE FINANCE 2 COMMODITY TRADE FINANCE 2.1 Commodities and Trade 2.2 What Commodities can be financed? 2.3 Commodity Trade Finance - The Players 2.4 Commodity Finance and Risk/Mitigation 3. LETTERS OF INDEMNITY 3.1 Letters of Indemnity 3.2 Letters of Indemnity - Other Purposes 3.3 Working with LOIs in favor of the Carrier 3.4 Things to consider when working with LOIs 4. COLLATERAL CONTROL FOR TRADE FINANCE 4.1 Collateral Control for Trade Financing Techniques 4.1.1 Repayment Seniority 4.1.2 Collateral Protection 4.2 Unsecured vs. Secured Lending 4.3 Establishing Collateral Values 4.3.1 Establishing Net Realizable Value ("NRV") 4.4 Accounts Receivable 4.5 A Correct Receivable 4.6 Inventory 4.7 Inventory Insurance 4.8 Advance Rates 4.8.1 Advance Rates for Inventory 4.9 Collateral Control 4.10 The Bill of Lading Further Reading 1 - The Economics of Commodity Trading Firms 2 - Commodity Finance Market Report 2014 3 - Trade Finance Developments and Issues 4 - Commodities as Collateral 5 - Structured Financing Techniques - Oil and Gas 6 - Commodity Finance Fraud 7 - Commodity Trade and International Risk Sharing Forum Assignment End of Unit eBSI Export Academy
ITS-03-FIT-010 - Trade Finance Fraud Prevention In this unit you will learn how to identify fraud schemes and how to prevent them from damaging your business. Detailed Topic Listing as follows: LU FIT 010 Trade Finance Fraud Identification and Prevention 1. Specifics of International Trade Finance Fraud 1.1 Definition of Trade Finance Fraud 2. Letters of Credit and UCP 600 2.1 Article 7 Issuing Bank Undertaking 2.2 Article 12 b. Nomination 2.3 Veracity of Documents 2.4 Acting in Good Faith 2.5 Entitlement to Reimbursement 2.6 Case History - Fake Inspection Certificate Presented 3. Bonds & Guarantees in International Trade 3.1 Definition of a Bond/Guarantee 3.2 Reasons for Requiring a Guarantee 3.3 Issuers of Guarantees 3.4 Direct / Indirect Guarantees 3.5 Categories of Bonds or Guarantees 3.5.1 Customer Implications re. Issued Bonds and Guarantees 3.6 Banks Consideration when Issuing a Demand Guarantee 3.7.1 Wording in Bonds/Guarantees Issued by a Bank 3.8 The Guarantee and the Contract 3.9 Standby Letter of Credit 3.10 Guarantees, Standby LCs & Fraud - Example Scenarios 4. The Bank and Customer Relationship 5. Trade Finance Fraud Prevention 5.1 The Occurrence of Letter of Credit Fraud 5.2 User of Trusted Third Parties 5.3 Highly Complex Transactions to Cause Confusion 5.4 Authentication of Documents 5.5 Money Laundering 5.6 Overcoming inadequate AML Legislation 5.7 The use of technology to avoid trade finance fraud 6. LC Independence Principle & Fraud Exception Further Reading 1 - A Comparative Analysis of the Standard of Fraud Required under the Fraud Rule in LC Law 2 - Preventing Letter of Credit Fraud 3 - The Fraud Exception in LCs : A Global Analysis 4 - Money Laundering and Financial Crimes Caribbean 5 - Documentary Credits in International Transactions with a special focus on the Fraud Rule 6 - International Trade Fraud Online Forum Access End of Unit eBSI Export Academy
Credit Unions: Cash Handling Seat Time: 1hrs - Desc:

This course will introduce the learner to cash handling procedures at the credit union. The course will familiarize the learner with the proper procedures for receiving and paying cash and for managing the cash drawer. After completing this course, the learner will understand:

  • The best practices for ensuring accuracy when receiving cash from, or paying cash to, customers.
  • The appropriate methods for setting up the cash drawer at the beginning of each shift.
  • The safety guidelines for protecting the cash drawer.
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CU: Handling Different Types of Members Seat Time: 1.5hrs - Desc: Credit Unions
Credit Unions: Teller Introduction Seat Time: 2.5hrs - Desc:

This course will introduce the learner to the integral position of teller at the credit union. The course will familiarize the learner with the other members of the credit union team, the skills that an efficient teller must possess, and the standards that all tellers must adhere to at the credit union. After completing this course, the learner will understand:

  • The credit unions vision and values.
  • The credit unions storied history and its continuing commitment to excellence.
  • How to succeed as a teller at the credit union.
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CU: Member Care for CSOs Seat Time: 3hrs - Desc:

This course will familiarize the learner with the proper procedures for servicing members as a CSO. The course will stress the importance of providing good service though the use of proper communication techniques and strategies for dealing with every type of member. After completing this course, the learner will understand:

  • The relationship between giving and getting respect with regard to member interactions.
  • How to gather information by asking the right questions.
  • How to provide satisfactory service to unreasonable members.
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Credit Unions: Member Handling System Seat Time: 2hrs - Desc:

This course will provide an overview of the best methods for greeting and communicating with members. The learner will become familiar with the appropriate interaction strategies and techniques that should be used to make members feel comfortable and at ease when visiting the credit union. After completing this program, the learner will be able to:

  • Listen to, understand, and address member needs.
  • Determine document accuracy and properly identify members.
  • Finish the transaction efficiently and thank the member.
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