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Hear from senior trade finance leaders from across the globe; this session will profile their current challenges and responses to the shifts in the regulatory environment, trade digitisation, global supply chains and reference rates, as well as highlight pressing areas of focus for 2021. Where relevant, speakers will touch on the complexities of the trends playing out within each of their regions of focus.