Training Course

  • Trade Credit Insurance (basic) Training Seminar

    Date posted



    Course dates

    20 February 2018


    Participation fee: € 2.200.-- includes training material, welcome cocktail & dinner and all other meals.

    - 25/04/2018

Course Summary

Course start date: 23 April, 2018 with a welcome dinner.
This two days classroom course offers all new credit insurance professionals, brokers, lawyers etc. a comprehensive classroom introduction to the CI industry. So Underwriting, Policy wording, Claims handling etc. is addressed during the course. Also there are a number of case studies that enables the participants to benmark their opinions and views on how to handle realistic situations. The course comprises of two days with a joint dinner in between. these days. So also for networking purposes the course is advisable. The course is performed in the English language.

Synopsis of course

This course is suitable for new entrants to the credit insurance industry and other interested parties like Brokers, Lawyers and Export Professionals and is appropriate for staff employed at all levels who are working with Credit Insurance for less than 12-18 months.

Who should attend

Professionals who are starting their career in the Credit Insurance Industry, Brokers, lawyers, exporters and professionals working the  export finance area.

Training course content

Among others the following subjects will be

  • Introduction to trade credit insurance
  • Market overview
  • Underwriting credit risks; pricing, problem
  • Buyer management, credit solutions for different customer segments
  • Political risk
  • Single Buyer risk
  • Detecting early signs of financial stress
  • Claims handling
  • Pre-credit risk
  • Probable Maximum Loss (PML)
  • Non-cancellable limits
  • Reinsurance

About the training provider

STECIS is a foundation that offers training in the underwriting of Trade Credit Insurance and Surety bonds with the aim of promoting knowledge and professionalism. STECIS has been established in 2007 and is endorsed and supported by Exporta and the International Credit Insurance & Surety Association (ICISA).

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