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Workshop on Trade Finance

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The International Chamber of Commerce Sri Lanka (ICCSL) will hold a workshop on Trade Finance, focusing on the application of UCPDC, URDG, and ISBP, along with an overview of Trade Digitalization.

This event will take place at the Ramada Hotel Colombo on February 17.

As the domestic chapter of the renowned International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), based in Paris, ICC Sri Lanka has been actively promoting and supporting international business endeavors. With a membership drive of over 6.5 million and a presence in 170 countries, the ICC has become a global force in the business world.

ICC Sri Lanka Banking Committee, which is organising this workshop, is a subcommittee operating under the ICC Sri Lanka Secretariat, which may be responsible for addressing banking related matters specific to Sri Lanka. It focuses on issues related to international banking, trade finance and financial regulations.

The workshop will be facilitated by the ICC Academy, a leading provider of industry recognized trade finance training. Through their customized training sessions, both online and face to face, and internationally accredited online certifications, the ICC Academy has established itself as a global leader in trade finance education.

The workshop will feature Tat Yeen Yap as the ICC Academy Trainer. With an impressive three decades of banking experience, including 20 years in trade finance at global banks such as ABN AMRO, Citi, and Societe Generale, Yap brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the event. His expertise spans various areas of trade finance, including documentary trade, supply chain finance, risk distribution, and correspondent banking.

Participants of the workshop can expect to gain valuable insights into the application of UCPDC, URDG, and ISBP in trade finance, as well as an understanding of the growing importance of trade digitalization.

Topics covered include: Application of ICC Rules when processing Documentary Credits and Bank Demand Guarantees, Current developments and issues related to the interpretation of the ICC Rules, Mitigating associated risks while handling international trade transactions, Digitalization of Trade and future challenges.

For more information and registration details, contact Achini 071-9232078/076-2494647 admin@iccsrilanka.com.

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