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ICA to conduct two training courses at Dubai event
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Apr '14
To coincide with its annual trade event, 'Dubai 2014', the International Cotton Association (ICA) will deliver two of its most popular training courses this autumn in Dubai - 'Managing Risk’ and ‘Raw Cotton Contracting’.
 
Developed in response to industry feedback and designed to promote good trading practice and safer trading, the courses will be delivered by industry experts Peter Egli, Director of Risk Management at Plexus Cotton Ltd and Derek Tanner, DAT Arbitration & Consultancy.
 
Peter will deliver the 'Managing Risk' course on 29 and 30 September at Dubai's Conrad Hotel. “Price swings have become more erratic and extreme in recent years due to a variety of factors and proper risk management is essential in order to achieve financial success," says Peter. 
 
"This course is intended for those who want to gain a deeper understanding of what makes the cotton market move, ranging from fundamental and macroeconomic factors to the importance of speculators and index funds. Participants will learn how to develop a trading strategy using technical and fundamental analysis and how to mitigate risk with the help of futures and options.”
 
Also taking place at the Conrad Hotel, Derek will deliver ‘Raw Cotton Contracting’ on 30 September and 1 October. “This training will provide an ideal platform for delegates to identify best practice in the contracting of raw cotton and learn how to best protect contractual parties’ interests," says Derek. “The course is fully interactive with many opportunities for debate and questions during the two days. 
 
Delegates will consider their domestic trading experiences and also the international cotton trade through the written contract, working alongside each other to review cases and identify solutions to the problems that can arise through contract and performance. Based on delegate feedback from previous courses, we know that the training has been extremely well received in every country that it has been delivered, so we expect demand to be high this year.”
 

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