Data from the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) Trade Register, now in its sixth year, shows the low risk nature of trade finance when judged against comparable asset classes, such as corporate and small to medium-sized enterprise (SME) lending.
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Swept up in the enthusiasm around new, perhaps more sophisticated, trade finance instruments, it can be easy to overlook the Letter of Credit (LC). David Bischof, policy manager at the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Banking Commission, reminds us of its importance.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has welcomed a new World Trade Organization (WTO) report which examines the urgent need to address the trade finance gap for small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Banking Commission has released its 2015 Trade Register – illustrating the favourable risk profile of trade finance.
The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) is launching today the “ICC Global Export Finance Committee” – an export finance working group, chaired by Eric de Jonge, Global Head of Structured Export Finance at ING Bank.
ICC has appointed six new Advisory Board members to its Banking Commission, the world’s essential rule-making body for the banking industry, and three new Technical Advisors on the ICC Trade Register project.
The International Chamber of Commerce Banking Commission has won Trade and Forfaiting Review’s (TFR) 2014 Excellence Award for Best Non-Bank Trade Services Provider for the second year in a row.
Released today, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Trade Register Report 2014 provides empirical evidence that, in all forms, trade and export finance is a low risk bank financing technique.
Trade finance experts and bankers will join business and government leaders at the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) Banking Commission meeting in Mexico City on 12-15 November 2012 to assess the finance industry’s progress in developing its own rules.