06 Nov 17

ICC Banking Commission Technical Meeting

London, United Kingdom, • English
ICC Banking Commission Technical Meeting

The ICC Banking Commission in collaboration with ICC United Kingdom is delighted to invite members and National Committees to the ICC Banking Commission Technical Meeting to be held in London on 6-9 November 2017.

ICC London technical meeting 2017

Description

The programme offers a series of discussions that will bring together international experts and close to 250 delegates around key topics impacting the trade finance industry. The plenary meeting will be an opportunity to discuss the progress of the Banking Commission over the past year, on-going industry developments as well as the Draft Official Opinions.

In addition to the plenary meeting, ICC United Kingdom will organize a high-level conference with speakers from around the globe. Under the theme “Access to Finance”, the conference will focus on global banking and finance priorities, featuring in-depth analyses of challenges and opportunities associated with access to trade finance.

Programme

Monday November 6Task Force & Working Group Meetings
(Restricted to working group members)
Barclays Bank PLC.
1 Churchill Place Canary Wharf, London E14 5HP
Tuesday November 7Task Force & Working Group Meetings
(Restricted to working group members)
Barclays Bank PLC.
1 Churchill Place Canary Wharf, London E14 5HP
Wednesday November 8Plenary Meeting
(Open to members and National Committees)
Gibson Hall, 13 Bishopsgate London EC2N 3BA
Thursday November 9ICC United Kingdom Trade Fiance Conference
(Open to the public, registration fees applicable)
Stationers’ Hall, Ave Maria Ln, London EC4M 7DD

Logistical notes

DatesNovember 6-9, 2017
VenuesConsult our interactive map for the three different venues:

  • Nov 6-7, Task Force Meeting
    Barclays Bank PLC.
    1 Churchill Place Canary Wharf, London E14 5HP
  • Nov 8, Plenary Meeting
    Gibson Hall, 13 Bishopsgate,  London EC2N 3BA
  • Nov 9, ICC United Kingdom Conference
    Stationers’ Hall, Ave Maria Lane, London EC4M 7DD
Visa SupportFor visa questions, please consult our guide.
AccommodationFor your stay, please consult our hotel list with contacts and ICC preferential room rates.
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Plenary Meeting Registration

Wednesday November 8 Plenary Meeting: Registration is free of charge for ICC members and National Committees. Please contact your National Committee for a registration code.

Being a Technical Meeting, seating is limited to 250 participants. Registration will take place in 2 phases:

Phase 1

  • Task Force Members + 2 seats per National Committee to register before 8 August 2017
  • National Committees will be provided with a registration code to distribute to 2 commission members or staff of their choice. Any registrations exceeding the 2 seat limitation will be deleted.

Phase 2

  • Following the registration deadline, a registration code will be circulated to Banking Commission members and National Committees for participants to register subject to availability, on a first come first serve basis.

List of Participants

ICC United Kingdom Event

ICC United Kingdom invites you to the annual Trade Finance Conference on 9 November. Opened by John McFarlane, Chairman of Barclays, under the theme ‘Access to Finance: Unblocking Global Growth’.

Capitalising on ICC’s role as a market-shaper and rule-maker the ICC United Kingdom will be convening senior trade finance practitioners, large corporates, SMEs, regulators and academics to discuss the current state of the international trade finance market, future threats and opportunities, and how ICC can help it function more efficiently.

Please click the following link for the full agenda and registration details.

Sponsorship

This conference offers you an unrivalled opportunity to maximize your visibility with trade finance leaders from around the world.

Learn more about sponsorship of the ICC Banking Commission Technical Meeting.

For further information, please contact

  • Paulina Martinez
  • General Questions
  • Sandra Sanchez Nery
  • Sponsorship