Recorded On: 05/15/2023
This presentation on international banking will cover:
- the spectrum of needs corporates have based on how they operate in the global marketplace
- the various payment risks that exist when transacting globally
- the payment mechanisms used to help mitigate these risks
- the basics of documentary letters of credit and documentary collection payment methods
- best practices when selecting the proper payment method for the sale
- the global rules around these payment methods
About the Speaker
Gabe DiGiorgio, U.S. Bank Global Trade Services
A 20+ year veteran in international banking and trade finance, Gabe is currently responsible for the delivery and support of U.S. Bank’s Global Trade services to companies actively engaged in international commerce.
Prior to joining U.S. Bank in July 2012, Gabe worked for Commerce Bank (Kansas City) and First National Bank (Omaha). In his roles with both companies, Gabe supported business to help them grow their international presence through the exportation of commodities, products and services and with their strategic procurement from foreign suppliers.
His extensive experience in international banking includes business development and account support, trade finance operations, SWIFT operations, foreign item cash letter, check and documentary collections, and foreign exchange.
Gabe is involved in various international organizations throughout the Midwestern United States. He personally conducts seminars and other educational events over topics pertaining to international trade and the associated financial aspects. A native of Eastern Nebraska, Gabe is a graduate of Nebraska Wesleyan University. He resides in Shawnee, KS (suburb of Kansas City) with his wife and 3 children.
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