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Promoting Global Trade: the role of export credit agencies

Global Policy and PricewaterhouseCoopers discussion

A look at the role of export credit agencies and financial institutions in promoting global trade and the challenges they face during Europe's sovereign debt crisis.

Pedro Carriço is Head of International Relations and Country Risk Department at Seguradora Brasileira de Crédito à Exportação.

Jon Coleman is Chairman of the British Exporters Association.

Hans- Joachim Henckel is head of division at the German Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology.

Peter Luketa is global head of export finance at HSBC Bank plc.

Geetha Muralidhar is executive director of Export Credit Guarantees Corporation of India LTD.

Derrick Noe is CFO of Repower Systems SE.

Danny Quah is professor of economics at LSE.

Lars H Thunell is executive vice president and CEO of International Finance Corporation.

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Jon Coleman | talks
Dr Hans-Joachim Henckel | talks
Peter Luketa | talks
Geetha Muralidhar | talks
Pedro CarriƧo | talks
Chair: Professor Danny Quah | talks
Lars H Thunell | talks
(Chair) Andreas Klasen | talks


Date and Time:

29 May 2012 at 6:00 pm


2 hours



Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building
London School of Economics

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Organised by:

London School of Economics & Political Science
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