A failure to deliver a deal on the UK’s withdrawal from the EU will add more barriers to global trade and risk thousands of UK jobs, says ICC Secretary General
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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.
Following the release of Standard Definitions for Techniques of Supply Chain Finance in 2016, the Global Supply Chain Finance Forum is taking another decisive step in clarifying Supply Chain Finance.
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.
Today’s trade finance landscape is in constant flux—between the countless tech advances, corporate behaviour in non-stop transformation, regulatory changes and ever-increasing market competition. So how can you expect to stay up-to-date with the latest industry knowledge and know-how?
On the occasion of an official visit by Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha to Paris this week, the Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP) of the Thai Ministry of Commerce and the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) announced a new partnership to support international trade and cross-border business activities in Thailand and the region.
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.
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 ICC Banking Commission’s Annual Meeting kicks off this week in Miami at a time of historic uncertainty for the international rules-based trading system.
It is estimated that hundreds of billions of US dollars pass through trade-based money laundering (TBML) schemes each year.