It has been increasingly challenging for corporate and institutional clients to obtain financing from banks given the growing complexity of banking and regulatory requirements. This workshop aims to discuss the prevailing banking practices and customer selection criteria. It will be supplemented with practical experience sharing in dealing with bankers from different types of banks, including international, Asian and Chinese banks.
Key topics covered:
Part 1 :Banking Relationship Management
Part 2 : Types of Bank financing
Part 3: Group activities
Gloria Yung is a banking professional with over 20 years experience in corporate and institutional banking with roles across relationship management, credit analysis, product management and strategic planning. Joining Deutsche Bank in 2015, Gloria is the Head of Corporate Banking Corporate for Non-Bank Financial Institutions for North Asia covers key institutional clients for their regional banking requirements. Prior to Deutsche Bank, Gloria had been in various management roles with China Minsheng Bank and JP Morgan. Gloria holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from Hong Kong Baptist University and Master of Accounting from Monash University. She is also a member of CPA Australia and HKICPA.
This workshop is specially designed for finance managers, financial controllers, corporate treasurers and other financial professionals who want to know the dynamic and tactic in managing banking relationship to help their firms to maximise the chance of obtaining bank financing on favourable terms.