TradeSun
Coming November 9

Revolutionizing The $300B Global Trade Finance Industry

Date & Time


November 9, 4:00 PM ET / 1:00 PM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval

About the Event


The $300 Billion Global trade finance industry is a highly complex, arcane, and manual process which makes it ripe for disruption.

TradeSun has developed an AI-powered Software as a Service platform that is Blockchain enabled in partnership with one of the world’s largest financial institutions.

TradeSun’s platform reduces the risk of sanctions and fines by automating manual document review. The digitization of documents standardizes the process and removes human errors. It also enables the automation of compliance checks, preventing financial crimes that include money laundering, fraud and even human trafficking.

Join this webinar to hear from TradeSun CEO, Nigel Hook and get a better understanding of how modernizing global trade finance can accelerate the supply chain and prevent financial crimes.

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