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Stockholm, Sweden
November 19, 2019
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1 Day Event


Building trade financing strategies for a volatile global environment


GTR Nordics returned to Stockholm on November 19, 2019, welcoming another record-breaking audience of over 500 trade finance experts, insurers, bankers, ECAs, technology innovators and corporates of all sizes.

The event once again provided a lively forum to discuss the latest strategic developments across key geographical markets and industry sectors, featuring extensive reflection on the trade and export financing sector’s capability to meet the needs of Nordic corporates despite strong regulatory headwinds.

Discussion pinpointed the impact of trade sanctions and complex KYC compliance demands as some of the most pressing challenges faced in the current climate, with strategic concerns surrounding CSR and ESG standards, sustainability and trade digitisation also featuring prominently. Broad audience consensus pointed to increasing collaboration and coordination between the market’s key players as a crucial factor in the sector’s capability to maintain relevant. As showcased at GTR Nordics 2019, standardisation and digitisation are already addressing these pressing issues in areas such as small ticket export finance and compliance screening: we’re hugely excited to return to Stockholm in 2020 to hear more on the latest financing innovations optimising support for Nordic trade.

We’re moving – but not too far!
After many consecutive years of attendance growth, we know it has been getting cramped in the GTR Nordics conference hall and networking area… We are delighted to announce that 2020’s conference will take place on November 12, moving upstairs to the larger event space at the Radisson Blu Waterfront, Stockholm. While offering a more comfortable space to mingle, this also provides the opportunity to add some exciting new event features. GTR Nordics 2020 promises to be the biggest and best yet: watch this space for more details as we move towards the conference date!


Featured discussions

    • Interview: Is the banking sector experiencing its ‘Kodak moment’?
    • A practical outlook on the sanctions landscape: Expectations for key Nordic export markets
    • Finnish focus: How are Finnish exporters and their financing partners adapting to a challenging market environment?
    • Case study: Driving sustainability with supply chain financing
    • The live tradetech transaction showcase: Quiz some of the market’s most innovative full-production solution providers
    • Interactive workshop breakout: Crafting fit-for-purpose finance for Nordic exporters

Who attended in 2019

This year over 170 different companies attended 2019’s event. The two largest sectors represented were corporates & traders (43%) and Banks & financiers (20%). See the list of companies in attendance below.


  • ABB Group
  • Alfa Laval
  • Alimak Group
  • Andritz
  • Benteler Trading International
  • BillerudKorsnäs
  • Bombardier
  • Borregaard
  • BP Oil International
  • Cargotec
  • CellMark
  • ClimeOn
  • Culpis
  • DeLaval
  • Doranova
  • Edwards
  • Ekman & Co.
  • Electrolux
  • Elekta
  • Elof Hansson
  • Epiroc
  • Ericsson
  • Fagerhult
  • FLSmidth
  • Forpac
  • Fortex International
  • Getinge Group
  • Hennes & Mauritz AB (H&M)
  • Huawei
  • Husqvarna Group
  • Imlitex Holdings
  • Interspiro
  • Kalmar Industries
  • Kalpataru Power Transmission
  • Kone Corporation
  • Konecranes
  • Kongsberg Gruppen
  • Korab International
  • KPA Unicon
  • Kuusakoski
  • Linxon
  • LR Group
  • MCA Group
  • Metsä group
  • Metso Corporation
  • Munters
  • Nederman
  • Nokia
  • OCP Group
  • Olam International
  • Outokumpu
  • QG Konstruktion
  • Quintus Technologies
  • Saab
  • Sandvik
  • SAP
  • Scania
  • Serneke International Group
  • Setra
  • Siemens
  • SMT Group
  • SSAB
  • Steel Case
  • Stora Enso
  • Sun Africa
  • Tellux Africa
  • Total Nordic
  • UPM - Kymmene Corporation
  • Valmet
  • Vattenfall
  • Veoneer
  • Volvo Group
  • Yara International
  • ANZ
  • BACB
  • Bank ABC
  • Bank of America Merrill Lynch
  • Bayern LB
  • BNP Paribas
  • BNP Paribas Fortis
  • BNY Mellon
  • Citi
  • Commerzbank
  • Credit Agricole Corporate & Investment Bank
  • Danske Bank
  • Deutsche Bank
  • DNB Bank
  • Europe Arab Bank
  • European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)
  • Global Recovery Group
  • Handelsbanken
  • Helaba (Landesbank Hessen-Thüringen)
  • HSBC
  • ING
  • Investec
  • Mizuho Bank
  • MUFG
  • NatWest
  • Nordea
  • OP Financial Group
  • Raiffeisen Bank International
  • SEB
  • Société Générale
  • Standard Bank
  • Standard Chartered
  • Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC)
  • Swedbank
  • Accuity
  • Binkabi
  • Bolero International
  • Bureau van Dijk
  • China Systems
  • Demica
  • Enigio
  • GlobalTrade Corporation
  • Mitigram
  • R3 CEV
  • Surecomp
  • Swift
  • Tech Nordic Advocates Secretariat
  • TradeAssets
  • TradeIX
  • Traydstream
  • We.Trade Innovation
  • Aon
  • Aspen Insurance
  • Atradius
  • AXA XL
  • BPL Global
  • Coface
  • Coface Sweden
  • Credendo Single Risks Insurance
  • Euler Hermes
  • Everest Insurance
  • Gallagher
  • Howden Sweden
  • Marsh
  • Marsh JLT Specialty
  • Söderberg & Partners (ICBA Sweden)
  • Willis Towers Watson
  • Zurich Credit & Political Risk
  • Amcham Sweden
  • American Chamber of Commerce in Sweden (AMCHAM)
  • Association of Corporate Treasurers (ACT)
  • Business Sweden
  • ICC Sweden
  • Näringslivets Internationella Råd
  • Swedish Chamber of Commerce for Russia & CIS
  • Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency
  • Advisers
  • Agency Consulting
  • Finnish Fintech Ecosystem
  • Fundler
  • Independent Consultant
  • IntelCap
  • Trade Advisory Network
  • Assa Abloy Financial Services
  • Barak Fund Management
  • GE Capital
  • LEAP Export Finance
  • Siemens Financial Services
  • EKF
  • EKN
  • Finnvera
  • SEK
  • GTR
  • Mia Odabas
  • Prime Weber Shandwick
  • Clyde & Co
  • Hughes Hubbard & Reed



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    Over 500 representatives from 27 different countries attended GTR Nordics this year. Download the post-event report below for more information.

    Featured discussions

    – Interview: Is the banking sector experiencing its ‘Kodak moment’?

    – A practical outlook on the sanctions landscape: Expectations for key Nordic export markets

    – Finnish focus: How are Finnish exporters and their financing partners adapting to a challenging market environment?

    – Case study: Driving sustainability with supply chain financing

    – The live tradetech transaction showcase: Quiz some of the market’s most innovative full-production solution providers

    – Interactive workshop breakout: Crafting fit-for-purpose finance for Nordic exporters


    Download the post-event report

    Over 40+ speakers provided insider perspectives on the latest trends, opportunities and strategic challenges impacting trade across the Nordic region:

      Ali Ansari
      (Global Product Lead, Taulia)
      Amy Clarke
      (Senior Underwriter, Credit & Political Risk, Zurich Credit & Political Risk)
      Andreas Wallström
      (Head of Forecasting & Deputy Head of Macro Research, Swedbank)
      Antti Myllarinen
      (Chief Executive Officer, Doranova)
      Antti Niemelä
      (Head, Transaction Banking Sales, Large Corporates & Institutions, OP Financial Group)
      Azzizza Larsen
      (Senior Vice-President, Marsh JLT Specialty)
      Bjorn Olausson
      (President, Elof Hansson)
      Carlo Amado
      (Manager, Business Development, MCA Group)
      Ciaran Mcgowan
      (General Manager, We.Trade Innovation)
      Daniel Nord
      (Senior Group Legal Counsel, Trade Compliance, Ericsson)
      David Golod
      (Vice-President, Economic Assessment Project & Structured Finance, LR Group)
      Elisabeth Spry
      (Head of Marketing & Strategic Partnerships, GTR)
      Georg Gruber
      (Director, Export & Investment Finance Sales, Raiffeisen Bank International)
      Guenther Blum
      (Vice-President, BNY Mellon)
      Gunnar Collin
      (Head of Trade Finance Sales, Enigio)
      Helena Engner Aili
      (Senior Sustainability Analyst, SEK)
      Hicham Deroua
      (Director, MUFG)
      Huny Garg
      (Head of Trade, MEA, SWIFT)
      Jacco De Jong
      (Global Head, Sales, Bolero International)
      Jacob Katsman
      (Chairman of the Board, Global Trade Corporation)
      Jenni Ruotsi
      (Head of Reinsurance & Risk Transfer, Large Corporates, Finnvera)
      Johan Egnell
      (Head of Asia, Mitigram)
      Jukka Kuusala
      (Head, Corporate Banking, Svenska Handelsbanken AB)
      Karl Lundell
      (Director, Gallagher)
      Laurie Flaux
      (Director, Political Risk & Structured Credit, Aon)
      Lena Bertilsson
      (Senior Vice-President, Head of Industrials & TMT, Swedbank)
      Lionel Taylor
      (Founder & Managing Director, Trade Advisory Network)
      Louise Them Kjølholm
      (Chief Advisor, EKF)
      Manrui Tang
      (Co-Founder & Chief Operating Officer, Binkabi)
      Maria Mogilnaya
      (Principal Banker, Trade Facilitation Programme, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD))
      Marie Aglert
      (Director, Large Corporates, EKN)
      Markus Müller
      (Head, Siemens)
      Matti Malminen
      (Vice-President, Trade & Export Finance, Trade Compliance, Konecranes)
      Mia Odabas
      (Journalist & Broadcaster, Independent)
      Mike Delia
      (Senior Underwriter, Political Risk, Credit & Bond, AXA XL)
      Milena Torciano
      (Chief Executive Officer, Between Jobs)
      Minna Väisänen
      (Director, Logistics, Valmet)
      Mirka Skrzypczak
      (MD, Global Head of Transformation Global Trade & Receivables Finance, HSBC)
      Nicolas Saoudi
      (Director, Trade Sales Nordics, Germany & Switzerland, Standard Chartered)
      Patrik Marklund
      (Head of Trade Finance & Working Capital Solutions, Volvo Group)
      Patrik Zekkar
      (Global Head of Trade Finance, Export Finance & Working Capital Management, Nordea)
      Peter Matza
      (Speakers' Chair, Association of Corporate Treasurers (ACT))
      Placeholder Booking
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      Richard Hayes
      (Head of Trade Solutions Denmark & Nordic Head of Supply Chain, Nordea)
      Richard Tornberg
      (Group Legal Counsel, Trade Compliance, Ericsson)
      Ryan Fayhee
      (Partner, Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld)
      Simon De Monte
      (First Vice-President & Senior Relationship Manager, Corporate Trade Sales, Wholesale Banking Europe, Bank ABC)
      Tim Hughes
      (Director, BPL Global)
      Uzair Bawany
      (Non-Executive Board Member, Traydstream)
      Ville Sointu
      (Head of Emerging Technologies CoE, Nordea Trade Finance)
      Vinay Mendonca
      (Global Head, HSBC)


    Venue: Radisson Blu Waterfront (Congress Centre, Level 2)
    Address: Nils Ericsons Plan 4, 111 64 Stockholm, Sweden
    Telephone/Fax: +46 8 505 060 00



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    To this end, the company has a privacy statement, setting out how data relating to individuals is used by the company. This is available on request and available on the company’s website.

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