A practical 4-day course covering the products and practices employed in international trade finance.
- Linking the commercial contract to the banking transaction
- Use of documentary collections and URC722
- Components of a letter of credit
- Critical aspects of letter of credit practice
- Letter of credit applications
- Relevant UCP600 and URR725 provisions
- Non-performance in international trade; use of bank guarantees and standby letters of credit differences and key provisions of URDG 758, ISP98
- A primer on Islamic Trade Finance
Who Should Attend
The course is suitable for both recent entrants to the trade finance community as well as for more experienced practitioners. Participants from various levels within a bank, different functional responsibilities (front, middle and back offices) will equally benefit from the product knowledge that will be delivered.
This programme is equally relevant to persons engaged in trading, exports, imports, bank regulation, financial management and legal affairs requiring a firm grounding in current trade finance topics as listed.
This course provides a comprehensive coverage of documentary products and practices employed in international trade finance. It aims to set a firm conceptual foundation and follows through to highlight critical aspects of banking practice. All learning points will be illustrated through an abundant supply of real life cases.
|Nairobi Hotel, Nairobi, Kenya
||Sep 09 - 12 Sep, 2014
The Course Director is a Trade Finance practitioner with 32 years experience in the Asia-Pacific region. His experience encompasses both commercial and financial aspects of International Trade. He worked for many years in Bills, Banking Operations and Credit & Marketing Departments of an international bank in Hong Kong.