ITFA is pleased to welcome the following four institutions to its growing family:

Scandinaviska Enskilda Banken AN (publ) (SEB) founded 1972 is a financial group for large corporates and financial institutions, corporate and private customers, life and investments management and baltics, authorized to provide banking and financial services under supervision of Swedish financial supervisory authority (finansinspectionen). SEB was founded 160 years ago and the bank has been working in the service of enterprise committed to delivering customer value, building on strong heritage of entrepreneurship, international outlook and long term perspective. SEB has for long, played an active role in developing the societies in which they are operating.

Niina Hiito will be the main contact person for all ITFA related matters.

Mayer Brown is a distinctively global law firm – uniquely positioned to advise the world’s leading companies and financial institutions on their most complex deals and disputes. With extensive reach across four continents, they are the only integrated law firm in the world with approximately 200 lawyers in each of the world’s three largest financial centres – New York, London and Hong Kong – the backbone of the global economy. Their ‘’One-Firm’’ culture – seamless and integrated across all practices and regions, ensures that their clients receive the best of their knowledge and experience.

Mayer Brown International LLP, is a limited liability partnership incorporated in England and Wales (Authorised and regulated by the solicitors regulation authority with SPA number 369822 and registered in England and Wales number OC 303359).

Charles Thain will be the main contact person for all ITFA related matters.

Bankinter S.A. is a financial institution whose corporate purpose is the performance of banking activity. As a bank, it is subject to supervision from the Bank of Spain and from the National Stock Market Commission; it is also registered as number 0128 in the Official Banks and Bankers Register.

Bankinter was founded in June 1965 as a Spanish industrial bank through a joint venture by Banco de Santander and Bank of America. It was listed on the Madrid stock exchange in 1972, at which time the bank became fully independent of its founders and transformed itself into a commercial bank.

Bankinter International Banking Division is the international business activity at Bankinter, S.A. providing trade and advising financial solutions for its customers.

Alberto Sanchez will be the main contact person for all ITFA related matters.

TRADE & WORKING CAPITAL (TWC) supports corporate clients’ expansion by providing tailor-made solutions, allowing for the company’s growth by accelerating their business conversion cycle.

TWC’s product proposition, covers all working capital needs for both, domestic and cross border, corporates’ activities by shortening their average collection period and/or extending their payables term. They support their corporate clients working capital requirements by providing advice not only to improve their treasury management but also their short-term financing sources.

They are specialists in their niche, with a team that accounts for more than 200 years’ experience in structuring Working Capital solutions for corporate clients across the globe.

Baihas Baghdadi will be the main contact person for all ITFA related matters.