Registration is now open for the Annual Meeting of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Banking Commission. One of the most prominent conferences in the annual banking calendar, the 2020 meeting is set to be held from 20-23 April at the Ritz Carlton in Dubai.
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The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Banking Commission has released its 2018 Trade Register report – again highlighting the low risk nature of trade finance in comparison to other asset classes.
From the introduction of alternative trade finance providers to the growing interest in blockchain, the banking industry continues to undergo change.
In case you couldn’t make it to Beijing, here are three key takeaways from the first day of the ICC Banking Commission’s 2019 Annual Meeting.
The Annual Meeting of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Banking Commission gets underway this week in Beijing, gathering over 650 delegates from 59 countries to discuss the state of the industry and celebrate 100 years of ICC.
The digital transformation of trade calls for a new way of thinking, affecting both market conventions and classifications, writes David Hennah, Head of Trade & Supply Chain Finance at Finastra.
This year’s International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Banking Commission Technical Meeting was held for the first time in Tbilisi, Georgia.
ICC Banking Commission and Clyde & Co launch report on the legal status of electronic bills of lading
The report considers whether the law in this area reflects the technological change that is rapidly occurring in the international trade sector.
The ICC Banking Commission has announced a long-term agreement with Global Credit Data (GCD), an association owned by banks and home to the world's largest database of bank defaults, to strengthen analysis within the market-leading ICC Trade Register.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) 10th annual Global Survey shows that 60% of banks are moving towards greater digitalisation, though only 9% say technology solutions have so far increased efficiency.