Tran Vinh Tran
HINRICH SCHOLARSHIPRMIT University
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Master of Global Trade, Class of 2021
CURRENT EMPLOYMENTBusiness Development Manager, GTRF
HSBC, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
“With the knowledge and network from the Master of Global Trade program, I expect to advance my career in trade finance.”
Tran is the Business Development Manager for Global Trade & Receivables Finance (GTRF) at HSBC. As one of the world’s largest banking and financial services organizations, HSBC serves more than 40 million customers worldwide. Based in Ho Chi Minh City, he is responsible for the sales, implementation and management of GTRF products.
Tran has also worked at GT Nexus as a Country Sales Manager, and at Mitsubishi UFJ Financial Group as a Relationship Manager.
He earned a Bachelor of International Trade at the Foreign Trade University of Vietnam, in 2009. Tran earned his Master of Global Trade at RMIT University in 2021 through the Hinrich Global Trade Leader Scholarship Program.
After ten years working in the financing sector, I have developed my career with diverse experiences, from corporate banking to international factoring and fintech. I am now specializing in global trade finance.
During my professional life, I have made several achievements that significantly contributed to the growth of my companies. I arranged the first trade refinancing transaction for MUFG - the leading global financial services group from Japan, which laid the foundation for a newly established transaction banking department.
Besides that, the other success I am most proud of is developing a solid customer base utilizing the factoring function of GT Nexus. In my latest role as Business Development Manager for HSBC, I have been granted a chance to once again pursue my career in global trade finance in the most reputable group.
It is my honor to be selected as a Hinrich Foundation Global Trade Leader Scholar and I have a commitment to secure the values the Foundation stands for. This is a unique opportunity to equip myself with adequate knowledge about global trade, awareness of sustainable supply chain, accessibility to a reputable global trade community and aspiration for entrepreneurship.