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This training covers how importers and exporters identify financial risks and use the appropriate method of payment including: letters of credit, cash in advance, documentary collection, and open account. Various economic risks such as exchange rate fluctuations are also discussed. This seminar introduces you to the basics of Letters of Credit; and review the purpose and function of the UCP 600 rules. In addition, discover six tips for reducing the costs of L/Cs and understand which payment terms work best with each Incoterm.
Join for a FREE lunch and learn session on sending/receiving international payments. Posner Center and Shadhika have invited moneycorp to help you understand all you need to know about international payments. moneycorp understands how important it is to fund overseas projects quickly, securely, and reliably. They’ll present for about an hour with plenty of time for questions and answers afterwards.
Attend in person (Posner classroom) or virtually (Zoom link). Please RSVP by 11am on 9/4 to receive the Zoom Link.
Business people who need to make sense of the international economy often find it confusing and chaotic – until they learn to recognize how underlying structures of power, law, and finance can influence any country’s economic performance.
The training uses systems thinking to gain a deeper understanding of the interlocking relationship between each country’s legal system, financial system, and competitive economic structure. Global business people and investors will gain greater insight and clarity as we discuss the economic and business implications of Common Law vs. Civil Law systems, Bank Oriented vs. Financial Market systems, and Competitive vs. Concentrated economies.
WorldDenver's inaugural Citizen Diplomat Award Evening will honor WorldDenver's first Citizen Diplomat: Mr. Russell Kemp, founding WorldDenver Board Member and Partner at Ireland Stapleton Pryor & Pascoe. Ambassador Michael McFaul, former U.S. Ambassador to the Russian Federation (2012-2014), will present "From Cold War to Hot Peace," an inside account of U.S.-Russia relations from 1969 to the present. This event is a fundraiser supporting all WorldDenver programs. Each guest will receive a copy of Ambassador McFaul's book, From Cold War to Hot Peace, and he will be available to sign it.
Please join the 32nd Annual World Trade Center Denver Member Gathering. This is an opportunity for members to vote on new board leadership, set the direction of World Trade Center Denver and provide valuable input on how together we can raise awareness for international trade in Colorado. They will also officially launch a Trade Geek podcast in partnership with Pete Mento and mark the 50th anniversary of World Trade Centers Association. Please feel free to extend the invite to your friends and colleagues interested in learning more about World Trade Center Denver.
This event is open to members and non-members.
Join the Eighteenth Anniversary Commemoration of Colorado Remembers 9/11. This is a national security forum that will present "Tensions on the Rise: North Korea, Iran, and Al Qaeda." The ceremony will include the posting of the colors by the Colorado National Guard Honor Guard, remarks by the Governor and Mayor, and the presentation of military honors to include a salute, Taps, and bell ceremony. Doors at 6PM. Please get your tickets ASAP!
WorldDenver is pleased to partner with the German Marshall Fund and the Center for a New American Security to welcome a distinguished panel of experts to discuss the future of U.S.-European Relations, moderated by Greg Dobbs, award-winning journalist.
WorldDenver welcomes Ambassador Joseph Yun, former US Special Representative for North Korea and recognized as one of the nation's leading experts on relations with North Korea as well as on broader U.S.-East Asian policy. This event will include a hot breakfast.