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Digitalization in trade finance: Trends, Opportunities and Challenges

  • 21 Apr 2021
  • 14:00 - 17:00
  • Online

Now more then ever, the banking world is looking for solutions to overcome the obstacles that come with the digitalization of documents, the electronic data requirements and the changes in payment methods. The COVID-19 pandemic has already changed the world of banking and will continue to do so. The aim of this webinar is to provide a comprehensive understanding of today’s payments infrastructures related to trade, commodities and commercial lending together with a considered view as to where the banking industry is heading. 

The experts will present the ICC Banking Commission Opinions from 2020/21, discuss the ICC eRules and examine the current state of the payments industry - from the complexity of the current payments landscape, the growing demand for digitalization of documents, the ever-increasing range of electronic data and payments methods to the expectation of the future payments scene. The programme concludes with relevant case studies and a Q&A session. 

Marco Wittenveen, COO Garantibank, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Jun Xu, Member of ICC Banking Commission Executive Committee, Deputy General Manager, Global 
Transaction Banking  Dept. Bank of China, Nanjing, China
Glenn Ransier, Product manager Wells Fargo, former member of ICC Drafting Group Uniform Rules for Demand Guarantees, member of ICC Guarantee Task Force, USA (to be confirmed)

Target Audience  
Bankers, finance and risk managers, corporate lawyers, in-house counsel, legal and compliance officers, insurance companies, financial intermediaries, import/export firms, traders, foreign exchange dealers and brokers.

Programme and registration
Registration is required. For the entire program and registration, please visit icc.nl.

Netherlands-Canada Chamber of Commerce | Morssingel 13, 2312 AZ Leiden| The Netherlands | +31 (70) 2210 555 | info@nccc.trade 

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