London, 30th October 2019. Trade Finance Global are delighted to announce a media partnership with the ICC United Kingdom at both their Trade & Supply Chain Finance Conference on the 14th November.
ICC Trade & Supply Chain Finance Conference
Location: 36 Monument Street| London, United Kingdom | November 14th, 2019
The ICC United Kingdom is delighted to invite you to Trade & Supply Chain Conference “21st Century Vision for Trade” taking place on 14 November at LIBF, Peninsular House,36 Monument Street, London EC3R 8LJ.
Trade Finance in a Moving World – This year’s conference will focus on the latest developments in the digitization of trade finance, WTO E-commerce negotiations, regulatory compliance, and best practice. The event is aimed at trade financiers, corporates, lawyers and advisors.
TFG have partnered with ICC United Kingdom to giveaway 10 free passes to our readers!
Other than the discussions around the 21st Century Vision for Trade, dominant topics on the agenda of the conference will be:
- Tools and access to trade finance
- Compliance, sustainability, and Financial Inclusion
- Trade register and project finance
Coming Up – ICC United Kingdom Incoterms 2020 Launch, LIBF
Join the ICC United Kingdom and London Institute of Banking and Finance to discuss the changes to the ICC Incoterms® 2020 rules; the globally recognised trade terms for the sale of goods, providing certainty and clarity to business and traders everywhere.
Venue: LIBF – London Institute of Banking and Finance Peninsular House, 36 Monument Street, London EC3R 8LJ
Date and Time: 15th November, 08:30 – 10:45
Targeted towards those in the banking sector, this event will discuss not only the changes to the 2020 edition, how to use Incoterms® and why they are so important, but will also provide a discussion on how banks could adapt current trade finance processes to further support the ever-changing needs of their clients.
Unable to attend the ICC Incoterms® 2020 UK launch event on the 15th October? If so, this event will provide another opportunity to learn about the changes ahead of enforcement in 2020.