Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, this conference will be rescheduled. TFG are in touch with the organisers of the conference to keep you informed of updates.

Statement from ICC Banking Commission: In light of the current outbreak of COVID-19 around the world, the Secretariat has to inform you that the ICC Banking Commission Annual Meeting in Dubai originally scheduled on 20-23 April 2020 will be rescheduled. The safety of the participants, sponsors and speakers is our foremost concern and was the main trigger of this decision.  We will work closely with the Chairs of the various Workgroups and Task Force to find an alternative solution to carry on with the programme of the ICC Banking Commission. We will be in touch with you all once relevant information will be made available. Please note that all registrations will be offered a full refund. 

The ICC Banking Commission meetings are the only events of their kind gathering over 400+ banking executives and government officials from more than 60 countries to rethink the future of trade finance.

The Banking Commission of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), in collaboration with ICC UAE and Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI), is pleased to invite you to the highly-anticipated ICC Banking Commission Annual Meeting to be held at The Ritz-Carlton DIFC on 20-23 April, 2020. Under the theme “Moving Financial Investment to a Long-Term and Sustainable Trajectory” delegates from around the world will convene to discuss trends, hurdles and prospects of the trade finance landscape in a series of insightful and interactive plenary and breakout sessions. This four-day flagship event provides unrivalled opportunity to network with a diverse group of top-level individuals and an open forum for delegates to learn, exchange ideas and influence guidelines related to trade finance.


Who Should Attend?

  • Financial Institutions (sales and client relationship managers, product managers, back office managers, risk managers)
  • Multilateral Development Banks and Export Credit Agencies
  • Governmental Organisations
  • Corporates
  • Independent Financiers
  • Insurance Brokers and Underwriters