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Building on the success of the 5th Supply Chain Finance (SCF) Summit—which took place earlier this month in Singapore—this next edition is set to spotlight Europe’s SCF innovations. The highly-anticipated event will take place in London from 3-4 May.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Banking Commission has released the questionnaire designed to gather data for its flagship annual trade finance report—urging banks globally to participate before the 20 April deadline.
ICC Secretary General John Danilovich joins Governing Mayor of Oslo Raymond Johansen in the Norwegian capital today to announce the four winners of the 2017 Business for Peace Awards.
Question: What do the biggest names in Paris arbitration do to highlight the role the city plays as a major hub for international arbitration? Answer: They join forces to organise the first ever Paris Arbitration Week.
ICC Executive Board member Sheikh Khalifa Bin Jassim Bin Mohammed Al Thani and former Board Member of ICC UK Kenneth Gardener have become the latest recipients of the prestigious ICC Merchants of Peace Award.