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In a historic moment, the ICC Uniform Rules for Forfaiting—ICC Publication no. 800 (“URF 800”)—were officially endorsed by the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) in its 50th plenary session held in Vienna on 14 July 2017.
The ICC Banking Commission has launched a working group to coordinate all work relating to the digitalisation of trade finance. The group aims to help the trade finance industry accelerate its progress towards greater digitalisation.
Experts and leading figures from the trade finance industry are set to discuss the trends, hurdles and prospects within the trade finance landscape at one of the most important events on the 2017 banking calendar: the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Banking Commission Annual Meeting.
ICC is set to run a one-off training and official launch of the ICC Uniform Rules for Bank Payment Obligation (URBPO) at its Paris headquarters on 17 May 2013.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) today launched the Uniform Rules for Bank Payment Obligation (URBPO), a 21st century standard in supply chain finance that will facilitate international trade.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), in partnership with the Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, today launched the ICC Regional Banking Commission Middle East and North Africa (MENA).
The ICC Banking Commission, ICC UK and the International Forfaiting Association (IFA) today officially launched the ICC Uniform Rules for Forfaiting (also known as URF 800) at SNR Denton Headquarters in London.
ICC’s new Uniform Rules for Forfaiting (URF) came into effect on 1 January after more than three years of intensive drafting. The rules, which were approved at the last ICC Banking Commission meeting in Mexico City, will govern a market estimated at more than US$300 billion a year.