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We would like to invite you to attend GTR's West Coast Trade & Working Capital Conference 2016 taking place at Hyatt Place in San Jose, as guest of

This year’s conference will highlight a number of fintech and trade finance product developments, with further discussions focusing on the future of domestic and international trade and the digital economy, showcasing tech talks amongst other panel sessions and interviews. 2016’s conference will build on GTR‘s respected format of networking sessions, providing delegates with an ideal platform for establishing new relationships with those keen to do business within the region.

As official partner, we have secured 10 free corporate passes (available for exporters, importers, distributors, manufacturers, producers and traders of physical goods only) to attend the conference. These passes will be available on a first come first serve basis. All others can register online and receive 15% discount with with code: TPORT15:  Please keep in mind that these offers are not available in conjunction with any other offers and are eligible for new registrations only.

In order to register for the corporate passes or have any questions please contact Elisabeth ( All attendees must be registered prior to the event.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Say hello to the experts:
Steven, Guillermo, Jeff, Inwha, Damaris and Mike will feature on this year’s expert panel, with discussions focusing on the direction of travel for trade settlement trends and the commercial and financing strategies being utilized to manage extended payment terms, optimize the cash conversion cycle, and reduce supply chain risks. Further debate will seek to set the trade and working capital innovation agenda, questioning whether an accelerating pace of product development and fintech adoption might come at a cost to the availability of traditional trade finance and reliable liquidity: What does the market need, and what (if anything) makes emerging alternatives more appropriate than conventional banking?
“Very informative on the different positions for Mexico towards international markets.”
S Gonzalez, CI Banco

“ Excellent conference. Mexico is a “supply chain finance” country and that was covered well. Professional and awesome conference.”
J Oulego, Bank of America

“Everything was excellent.”
R Espinosa, Grupo Ruz

“Extremely interesting panel discussions.”
S Kalyanam, Daimler Trucks of North America

“Interesting panels and the panellists
were well informed.”
A Antonio Rodriguez, Pemex