NEW ITFA MEMBERS



ITFA is proud to welcome another four new members to its growing Association:

National Australia Bank’s (NAB) Corporate and Institutional division is a global business specialising in servicing and managing the relationships with corporate Australia in the public and private sectors. They are where their customers are, right across the globe. We connect Australian and New Zealand borrowers and investors into Asia, London and New York and international investment back into Australia and New Zealand.

They support Australian businesses’ funding needs that contribute to economic growth, job creation and a better quality of life for individuals and communities. Their trading and research capabilities for consumers, small business and larger corporate customers in traded markets support their investment strategies locally and globally. And they’ve been backing Australian business for more than 150 years.

Rohan Simon will be the main contact person for all ITFA related matters.

Enigio Time AB‘s core vision is to help in creating a world in which truth can prevail. From a technology point of view this has become a challenge as most information is born, updated and stored in a digital world where information in general can be manipulated without a trace.

They offer services for qualified time stamps. You might say that they are a modern digital notary service, a seal for documents of the 21st century. Enigio Time is your easy to use TSA (Time Stamping Authority) delivering a qualified timestamp adhering to the standards of new EU bylaw eIDAS. Enigio trace:original is a new blockchain innovation by Enigio to handle the challenge of tracing an authoritative digital original that should be handled in one and only one original, and where the legal rights constituted by the document are held by the owner of the original document in question.

Use e:Archiver to easily archive your files in a future proof format, with powerful metadata handling and search options.

Goran Almgren will be the main contact person for all ITFA related matters.

Canadian consultancy OPUS Advisory Services International Inc., established in 2001, focuses on international business, trade and investment with a specialism in international trade, trade finance/supply chain finance and trade-based international development. OPUS Advisory has undertaken a range of consultancy assignments, from operational and tactical to technology, to global strategy, and delivered various training programs for clients around the world in addition to contributing to policy and advocacy at the highest levels.

Alexander Malaket will be the main contact person for all ITFA related matters.

Shinhan Bank Co. Ltd. is a bank headquartered in Seoul, South Korea. As part of its operations, Shinhan Bank provides trade finance for their clients, both financial institutions as well as corporate clients. The products offered include Financing, Trade Loan, Counter Guarantee, Receivables Financing, Export Factoring and Vendor Financing. Shinhan is recognised as the leading bank in Korea in terms of overall management, and is striving to become a globally recognised bank.

Jessica Kim will be the main contact person for all ITFA related matters.