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Intermediate Level

Familiarization with basic concepts in corporate finance

Approx. 2 months to complete

Suggested 11 hours/week

English

Subtitles: English

What you will learn

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    An understanding of the evolution of traditional trade finance and the shift to encompass supply chain finance.

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    An overview of the state of the supply chain finance value proposition in various selected markets.

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    An appreciation for the scope of supply chain finance across customer segments and in markets ranging from developed economies to emerging nations.

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    A comprehensive view of client needs and emerging best practices in trade and supply chain finance.

Skills you will gain

Blockchain Technology ImplementationForeign Currency Risk ManagementAccounts Receivable ManagementAccounts Payable ManagementTrade Finance Management

100% online courses

Start instantly and learn at your own schedule.

Flexible Schedule

Set and maintain flexible deadlines.

Intermediate Level

Familiarization with basic concepts in corporate finance

Approx. 2 months to complete

Suggested 11 hours/week

English

Subtitles: English

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There are 4 Courses in this Specialization

Course1

Introduction to Supply Chain Finance & Blockchain Technology

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Course2

Key Success Factors in Supply Chain Finance

4.6
25 ratings
1 reviews
Course3

Supply Chain Finance Market and Fintech Ecosystem

4.4
24 ratings
3 reviews
Course4

Future Development in Supply Chain Finance and Blockchain Technology

4.4
28 ratings
8 reviews

Instructors

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Oliver Belin

Instructor
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Jack Farmer

Curriculum Director

About New York Institute of Finance

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