Trading safely with Russia webinar

Trade Successfully With

  • Russia
  • Agriculture,
  • Automotive/Transport,

31st August 2015

On 15 October 2015, Atradius Credit Insurance hosted a webinar that looked at the opportunities available for trade with Russia and how to safely transact your business.

Russia

 With trade sanctions extended this summer, Russia appears to be a difficult country to do business with. Despite the sanctions, there are many opportunities still available if you have the right products or services and follow the appropriate laws and guidelines to ensure payment.

On 15 October 2015 at 15:00 Central European Time, Atradius Credit Insurance hosted a webinar that looked at the opportunities available for trade with Russia and how to safely transact your business.

Russia webinar

A panel of experts on Russia’s economy, business culture and law covered the opportunities and the logistics of trading in and with Russia in a lively debate designed to help businesses make their mark there. The discussion was led by award winning financial journalist and broadcaster Adam Shaw.

Click here to listen to our Trade Safely with Russia webinar.

Trade safely with Russia guide

The Trade safely with Russia report looks at ten principles that those seeking to expand their sales strategy into Russia should follow, to avoid the many pitfalls of trading in untried territory.

Disclaimer

The statements made herein are provided solely for general informational purposes and should not be relied upon for any purpose. Please refer to the actual policy or the relevant product or services agreement for the governing terms. Nothing herein should be construed to create any right, obligation, advice or responsibility on the part of Atradius, including any obligation to conduct due diligence of buyers or on your behalf. If Atradius does conduct due diligence on any buyer it is for its own underwriting purposes and not for the benefit of the insured or any other person. Additionally, in no event shall Atradius and its related, affiliated and subsidiary companies be liable for any direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages arising out of the use of the statements made information herein.