Featuring in-depth discussions on issues from global financial regulation to innovation in supply chain management, the ICC Banking Commission’s 2018 Annual Meeting concluded Friday, opening up further avenues for collaboration in the trade finance industry.
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In case you couldn’t make it to Miami – or were running from one meeting to the next – here are three takeaways from the first day of the ICC Banking Commission’s 2018 Annual Meeting.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Banking Commission has released its 2017 report entitled Rethinking Trade and Finance. Based on the Global Survey on Trade Finance – with 255 responses from banks located in 98 countries, as well as insight and commentary from expert contributors – the report is the most comprehensive gauge of the trends and outlook of the global trade finance industry.
Short-term financing is an essential tool to support small business growth and sustainability, yet a growing trade finance shortfall hurts companies and countries that need it the most.
The Annual Meeting of International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Banking Commission gets underway in Jakarta this week. This major forum gathers the world’s who’s who of the trade finance industry and provides participants with exciting opportunities throughout its duration.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Banking Commission has made a series of new appointments to its Advisory Board, Executive Committee, and Secretariat. It does so in line with its 2020 Strategy and with the aim of strengthening its regulatory advocacy and rule-making efforts.
Data from ICC’s Trade Register and Global Surveys on trade finance is extensively cited in a new report which examines the structure and recent evolution of the global trade finance market, and the interplay between changes in trade finance and international trade.
ICC has lined up some of the world’s most respected supply chain financing experts to shed light on the range of tools and solutions available to help maintain resilient supply chains.
At ICC's second annual Supply Chain Financing Summit, on 6-7 November in Paris, leading bankers and corporate executives will debate their latest strategies in the fast developing area of supply chain finance. Participants registering before 27 September will benefit from a special early-bird rate.
The International Chamber of Commerce Banking Commission has won the Trade and Forfaiting Review (TFR) 2013 Excellence Award for Best Non-Bank Trade Services Provider.