Supply Chain Management

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Trade Finance Facilities

RM2,600.00 RM1,000.00

Trade Finance Facilities ,
 Trade-Finance-Facilities-HRDF-Trainings

Introduction

Banks play important role in facilitating and financing international trade transactions thereby leading to the growth of overall economy. So are the exporters and importers who are the players in international trade. The much needed working capital and trade financing facilities to run the day-to-day business either for local purchases and sales, or for imports and exports of a company, depends very much on the company’s availability of suitable trade finance products which are offered by banks.

Today banks can provide various trade finance facilities to help companies in their trading activities by giving various types of advances to importers (when importers are faced with tight cash position) and exporters (pending receipt of proceeds from the importers). The trade finance facilities offered by banks are Letter of Credit, Trust Receipts, Bankers Acceptance, Export Credit Refinancing (pre/post shipment), Foreign Bills of Exchange Purchased/Discounted, Shipping Guarantee, Bank Guarantee, Forex etc. Explanation on each type of facility will be given in order to suit the requirement of a company. As such the role of a bank is complementary to the business growth of a company, locally as well as internationally.

How Will You Benefit

Upon completion of this programme, the participants will be able to :

  • To identify the various types of trade finance facilities from the bank.
  • To identify the common discrepancies in export/shipping documents and the alternatives to the discrepant documents.
  • To know the operating procedures of various banking facilities for importers and exporters (as stated in the outline).
  • To make a choice as to the suitability of the trade finance facilities to finance the trade.
  • To understand the financing of a particular trade which are well-controlled by banks.
  • To identify and mitigate the risk and fraud in international trade, its causes and preventive measures.

Audience

This program is suitable for Financial Controllers, Account Executives, Finance Executives, personnels involved in importing, manufacturing, exporting, shipping, freight forwarding, and trading concerns.

Methodology

The programmes are conducted through interactive classroom lectures on key concepts, demonstration of procedures through visual aids, laptop & LCD projector, sample or real Letters of Credit and other shipping documents, various exercises given to participants to further understand the flow of Letter of Credit and the shipping documents, resolving problematic Letter of Credit, addressing discrepant documents and non-compliance to Letter of Credit, and exercises on other trade finance products.

Module

  • NAMING THE VARIOUS TRADE FINANCE FACILITIES OF THE BANK
  • VARIOUS TYPES OF LETTERS OF CREDIT
  • TRADE FACILITIES FOR IMPORTERS: TRUST RECEIPT (TR)
  • TRADE FACILITY FOR IMPORTERS & EXPORTERS: BANKERS ACCEPTANCE (BA)
  • TRADE FACILITY FOR EXPORTERS: EXPORT CREDIT REFINANCING (PRE/POST SHIPMENT) (ECR PRE/POST)
  • TRADE FACILITY FOR EXPORTERS: (FBEP)/(FBED)
  • TRADE FACILITY FOR EXPORTERS: DOCUMENTARY BILLS FOR COLLECTION (DBC)
  • TRADE FACILITY FOR IMPORTERS: SHIPPING GUARANTEE (SG)
  • TRADE FACILITY FOR IMPORTERS AND EXPORTERS: BANK GUARANTEE (BG)
  • TRADE FACILITY FOR EXPORTERS: PACKING LOAN (PL)
  • TRADE FACILITY FOR IMPORTERS AND EXPORTERS: FOREIGN EXCHANGE (FX)
  • FRAUD IN INTERNATIONAL TRADE
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RM2,600.00 RM1,000.00

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Trade Finance Operations

RM2,600.00 RM1,000.00

Trade Finance Operations ,
 Trade-Finance-Operations-HRDF-Trainings

How Will You Benefit

Upon completion of this programme, the participants will be able to :

  • Understand the export-import legal framework
  • Know the risks of importing and exporting
  • Know how to manage and minimize these risks through the Contract of Sale and Contract of Carriage
  • Understand the international payment options
  • Learn how to manage currency and exchange rate risks; and
  • Learn how to utilize trade documents to improve cash flows and profits through the various types of trade financing offered by financial institutions.

Audience

All personnel involved in the organization of import and export activities. Staffs in the Marketing, Purchasing, Transport and Logistics, Finance / Accounts and Risk Management Departments are encouraged to attend. Level for Accountants and above

Methodology

This stimulating program will maximizes the understanding and learning through lecture, discussion, case studies and practical activities

Module

  • INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL TRADE
  • STANDARD TRADE PRACTICES
  • INCORPORATING INCOTERMS IN A SALES CONTRACT
  • COSTS AND RISKS IN CHOOSING PAYMENT TERMS
  • IDENTIFYING THE TYPES OF DOCUMENTARY CREDITS AND THEIR USES
  • SETTLEMENT RISKS
  • MAJOR TYPES OF FINANCING FOR EXPORTERS AND IMPORTERS – ADVANTAGES AND COSTS IN USING
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RM2,600.00 RM1,000.00

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Understanding Incoterms 2010

RM2,600.00 RM1,050.00

Understanding Incoterms 2010 ,
 Understanding-Incoterms-2010-HRDF-Trainings

Introduction

This training provides a good understanding of updates and changes occurring in the latest Incoterms version 2010. It also helps participants apply the correct Incoterms for their import/export transactions

How Will You Benefit

Upon completion of this programme, the participants will be able to:

  • Understand the legal viewpoint of Incoterms 2010
  • Apply the correct terms of shipment for import/export transactions
  • Understand the limits of obligations and liabilities
  • Plan and manage correct mitigation measures to reduce or eliminate potential shipment risks

Who Should Attend

Importers, Exporters, Traders, Freight Forwarders, Bankers, those involved in International Trade, Procurement, Entrepreneurs. A good program for CEOs and CFOs who are the top decision makers.

Methodology

This stimulating program will maximize the understanding and learning through lecture, discussion, case studies and practical activities.

Module

  • INTRODUCTION TO INCOTERMS
  • INCOTERMS 2010
  • TERMS FOR GENERAL TRANSPORT
  • TERMS FOR SEA AND INLAND WATERWAY TRANSPORT
  • TERMS REMOVED FROM PREVIOUS VERSION
  • KEY QUESTIONS
  • GROUP ASSIGNMENT
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RM2,600.00 RM1,050.00

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Understanding Incoterms 2010 – Implications And Applications ,
 Understanding-Incoterms-2010-Implications-And-Applications-HRDF-Trainings

Introduction

INCOTERMS 2010 implemented January 2011 has revised the former 13 terms into 11 terms. The new terms created are DAT and DAP which are more simplified for usage. The contemporary changed business landscape has created a proliferation of trading risks and costs, across ‘borderless’ territories. Along this crucial ‘gaps’ opening, proper usage of INCOTERMS in the decision process and subsequent contractual undertakings, contribute to a stronger contingency plan and defensive resolution in international trading.

How Will You Benefit

Upon completion of this programme, the participants will be able to:

  • Updating present guidelines and provisions of Incoterms 2010
  • Understanding conflicting variables in the shipping-incoterms-trade payment process
  • Adopting contingency plans in mitigating the costs and risks danger factors and issues

 Audience

This program is specially designed for all Executives and Managers in Procurement & Supply; Finance & Cost Control; Marketing & Customer Service; logistic & Distribution and Shipping & Receiving.

Methodology

This stimulating program will maximizes the understanding and learning through lecture, discussion, case studies and practical activities.

Module

  • OVERVIEW OF INCOTERMS IMPLIED UNDERTAKINGS AND DISPUTE FACTORS
  • UNDERSTANDING THE CONTRACTUAL AND VOLATILE SCOPE OF INCOTERMS
  • FAMILIARIZING THE MAJOR TERMINOLOGIES OF INCOTERMS AND SHIPPING
  • CATEGORIZING THE MAIN GROUPING OF THE 11 INCOTERMS USAGE
  • POSITIONING THE AGGREGATE TERMS INTO AIR, SEA, GROUND EXECUTION
  • PLOTTING THE COSTS AND RISKS LINES BETWEEN SELLER AND BUYER
  • THE 2010 RULING OF CHAIN OF CUSTODY AND STRING SALES TRANSACTION
  • THE 2010 RULING OF CONTROL AND COMPLIANCE FACTORS PROVISIONS
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RM2,600.00 RM1,000.00

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Warehousing-Concept & Best Practises ,
 Warehousing-Concept-and-Best-Practises-HRDF-TrainingsEnhancing-Your-Presentation-Skills-hrdf-trainings

Introduction

Warehousing facilities play a vital role in the overall supply chain process. A warehouse is also called a distribution centre. Businesses that are involved in storing of physical goods are in need of an effective warehouse management practices. Such practices are necessary to ensure the safely delivering of products from the chain supplier to the consumers. The practices must be reliable, easy to use and most importantly, it should fit the company’s budget. Keeping in mind that a warehouse may be a company’s largest capital investment, as well as the final stop before the product reaches the customer. A well designed and well planned warehouse offers multiple advantages in the fight to remain competitive. By taking the necessary steps to see the project through from start to finish, the result will be a facility that operates efficiently, uses space effectively, maintains cost control and in the end, achieves the ultimate goal of meeting expectations.

How Will You Benefit

At the end of the 2 days course, all participants will be able to:

  • Analyze the issues and concepts associated with warehouse and stores management.
  • Design and manage warehouse operations.
  • Increase accuracy, traceability and reduce parts variety.
  • Understand the systems that effectively manage warehousing and stores activities.
  • Identify the tools to accurately measure performance objectives.
  • Construct practical steps that reduce obsolescence and write-offs

 Audience

  • Logistics, Warehouse, Sales, Planning Managers
  • Logistics, Warehouse, Sales, Planning Executives/Officers/Supervisors
  • Logistics, Warehouse, Sales, Planning Team Leaders and Clerical staff

Methodology

  • Lectures
  • Presentation
  • Group discussions/interactions
  • Case studies

Module

  • WAREHOUSING – FUNDAMENTAL REVIEW
  • WAREHOUSE FEATURES
  • WAREHOUSE OPERATION MANAGEMENT
  • OUTGOING OPERATION
  • INVENTORY MANAGEMENT
  • STOCK TAKING
  • WAREHOUSE SUPPORT FACILITIES
  • MEASURING PERFORMANCE IN WAREHOUSING
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RM2,600.00 RM1,000.00

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