Dr Rebecca Harding to speak at the ITFA Annual Conference

Dr Rebecca Harding has been invited to speak at the 47th Annual International Trade and Forfaiting Conference. This year’s event hosted in Bristol, United Kingdom will take place at the Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel between 6-8 October 2021. The event will commence on Wednesday morning with a fintech session, followed by lunch and the official opening of the conference. As is customary, the conference will end on Friday afternoon. Dr Rebecca Harding will be speaking at the ESG session.

You can register for the conference online by clicking here. Please be sure to register for the Conference as soon as possible by clicking on the ‘Registration’ button (at the top of this page) in order to benefit from the Early Bird price.

Two nights’ accommodation is included in the registration fee, beginning on Wednesday night. A topical and cutting-edge programme has been prepared. The speakers will be announced in due course.

This year’s conference will bring together delegates from different fields – bankers, financiers, insurers, lawyers, fintechs – for two days of debates, meetings, and networking at our various organized functions and our legendary Gala dinner.

Who attends the ITFA Conference?

  • Delegates from various international financial institutions
  • Attendees are all active in trade finance
  • Prominent speakers in international business


We look forward to seeing you in Bristol!


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