GTR TrainingUnique, highly specialised training sessions, workshops and research.



Led by seasoned industry experts, GTR Training platforms seek to provide an atmosphere conducive to learning, enabling participants to improve their knowledge in an environment that is stimulating, intimate, challenging and fun.

All GTR Training offerings are designed to encourage interaction, providing an ideal forum for collaboration, forward-thinking and increasing practical know-how.

Topics previously covered have included: The role of Fintech in trade finance; Compliance in supply chain finance; Innovation in financing developments in Africa; and more.

What to expect?

What to expect?

GTR Training initiatives that take place around a GTR conference have a specific relevance to a conference agenda, drawing on topics covered during the event and delving deeper into specific sectors. These workshops are often industry accredited (ICC Academy, LIBF, etc).

GTR Training events are also available as standalone seminars, allowing companies to hold training days with a specific relevance to their sector and team.

Previous trainers have included: John Turnbull, Director, Certis International; Steven Van der Hooft, CEO, Capital Chains; Gergely Abraham, Head of Structured Finance, MEA, Nokia Networks; and more.

Upcoming GTR Training events

Upcoming GTR Training events

The next GTR Training events will take place in Lagos on January 31-February 1 and Dubai on February 21-22.

Both events are titled: Documentary Credits Masterclass: Practical Issues, Risks and Challenges in International Trade and Commodities, and both are fully LIBF-accredited.

You can also find out more about GTR‘s global conferences by visiting our events page.

If you are interested in setting up a workshop or training day for your company on a specific subject, please contact

TestimonialsSee what some recent participants have to say about GTR Training

“The experience is unique in having exposure to the different parties’ influence and the impact of decisions on the overall company performance.”

Bank of America Merrill Lynch

“The key lesson learnt? That decisions affecting the supply chain cannot be made in silos!”


“This tool highlights how coordination and communication amongst management is the key; not just the performance of any individual department.”


“One highlight was experiencing the real-life dependencies and being able to see the effects of decision making on the bottom line.”

Deutsche Bank

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