Managing Cross-Border Trade In An Uncertain World

A short course designed to help professionals sharpen their approach to cross-border trade

Hosted by the Hinrich Foundation and National University of Singapore

Singapore, October 7-9, 2019        #HinrichNUS

 

Overview

Cross-border trade and global value chains are undergoing profound changes. To help decision-makers navigate this new trade era, the Hinrich Foundation and National University of Singapore (NUS) Business School’s Centre for Governance, Institutions and Organisations (CGIO) created this timely and compelling course.

Taught by world-class instructors, participants will acquire a broad understanding of the geopolitical, economic and transformative forces shaping business ecosystems throughout Asia and beyond.

Managing Cross-Border Trade In An Uncertain World
 

Who should attend?

Business executives, government leaders and industry experts from a wide range of industries who wish to deepen their understanding of global value chain transformations and related policy topics:

Private sector

Private sector

Executives across diverse industries, such as goods and services, manufacturing, shipping, financing, off-shoring. Private sector

Government

Government

Government agency leaders shaping trade policy who wish to improve trade outcomes for their country and its citizens. Government

Media

Media

Journalists seeking a deeper understanding of cross-border trade issues and its effect on business and economic ecosystems. Media

Multilateral institutions

Multilateral institutions

Global multilateral organizations who seek a better understanding of risks and changes in cross-border trade to maximize prosperity for all. Multilateral institutions

Industry associations

Industry associations

Senior professionals from industry associations who wish to expand the benefits of trade for their members.Industry associations

 

Why attend?

High-level networking

Connect with senior-level executives, government leaders and industry experts who are shaping future trade policies in Asia and around the world. From fortune 500 companies to leading multilateral organizations, meet the pioneers shaping the future of trade.

High-level Networking
 
World-class education

World-class education

Led by prominent instructors and panelists, participants will acquire a deeper understanding of the geopolitical, economic and transformative forces shaping business ecosystems throughout Asia and beyond. Learn through interactive exercises, targeted case studies, and prominent trade thought leaders.

World-class education
 

Curriculum

The course curriculum is designed to motivate strategic thinkers, policy makers and other key stakeholders to rethink their approaches to cross-border trade, learn how to anticipate the next wave of disruptions and identify the new opportunities.

After the course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the transformational forces reshaping global trade
  • Craft strategies to manage geopolitical risks
  • Make the most of the technology impacts on global value chains
  • Identify the opportunities and participate in policy discussions on digital trade
  • Navigate the landscape for Free Trade Agreements (FTA’s) and rules of origin
  • Create more sustainable value chains
 
 

Instructors and panelists

Learn from experienced trade thought leaders, policy makers and influential practitioners.

alex capri

Alex Capri
Programme Director
Visiting Senior Fellow
NUS Business School

razeen sally

Razeen Sally
Associate Professor
Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy

Raphael Madarang

Raphael Madarang
Director of Global Trade Compliance and Management
APL Logistics

lawrence loh

Lawrence Loh
Director
Centre for Governance, Institutions and Organizations
Associate Professor
NUS Business School

stephen oslon

Stephen Olson
Senior Fellow
Hinrich Foundation

Details

Date
October 7-9, 2019
Location
National University of Singapore Society (NUSS)
Class size
30-40

Application instructions

As space is limited, interested individuals who complete an application form will be considered for participation. Participants will be notified of their selection by early October 2019. Payment is due following participant’s acceptance of selection. Applications close September 27, 2019.

 

Please email inquiry@hinrichfoundation.com with questions.