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Recording of Trade Finance: A Primer for Minimizing Export Risk

Date & Time
30 June 2021 -
3:00 pm


Join us as we discuss the opportunities for companies to utilize trade finance instruments to help increase exports.  Learn about the variety of products utilized to finance new export orders, manage the risks of doing business internationally all while ensuring that you get paid in a timely manner.

About the Speaker:

Matt Burke, Senior Advisor – Global Banking at First National Bank of Omaha, has been in commercial banking since 2006, his experiences in the Global Banking Group and Commercial Credit Analysis have given him a wide depth of knowledge in assisting customers reach their financial goals. As a senior commercial credit analyst, Matt analyzed the borrowing capacity and cash flows and balance sheets of large corporate clients as well as smaller commercial customers. As a member of the Global Banking team, Matt has an extensive knowledge of the foreign exchange markets, international payment options, international trade products and letters of credit.

Currently, Matt works for First National Bank as a Senior Advisor of Global Banking. He is in charge of building relationships with new and existing clients, who seek unique solutions for their global payment and international trade needs. Through a collaborative approach, Matt seeks to completely understand a business’ needs, and then develop a tailored solution to reduce the risks associated of competing in a global market while also helping to improve a customer’s bottom line.

Watch the recording here. 

The National Association of District Export Councils (NADEC) works to support the regional District Export Councils throughout the United States.






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