Our friends in the International Chamber of Commerce Banking Commission would like to remind those involved in the area of Trade Finance of two important dates coming up:
Deadline extended for submissions to the Global Trade Finance Survey to 11 March 2016
Only one month left to register for the ICC Banking Commission Annual Meeting in Johannesburg on 4-7 April 2016
Global Trade Finance Survey Deadline Extended
The deadline to participate in the ICC Banking Commission 2016 ICC Global Survey on Trade Finance is extended to 11 March 2016.
Please access the online questionnaire here and share this information with relevant people in your organization and wider network.
We anticipate numerous and meaningful input from bank trade finance professionals and thank you for your support in the elaboration of this market intelligence report for the benefit of the wider industry.
Three survey respondents will be randomly selected on 11 March and invited to register free of charge for the ICC Banking Commission Meeting in Johannesburg, South Africa, 4-7 April 2016.
Should you have any questions in relation to the 2016 ICC Global Survey on Trade Finance or wish to receive the questions in Word version, please do not hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org
Download the 2015 Survey
The team in ICC Paris have very kindly provided a link to Download the latest survey report covering the market in 2015 which makes very interesting reading.
Register for the ICC Banking Commission Meeting in Johannesburg
The window to register for the 2016 ICC Banking Commission Annual Meeting is closing. The meeting will be held for the first time in Africa will gather experts and leading figures from across the trade finance industry to discuss the trends, hurdles and prospects of the trade finance landscape.
Taking place in Johannesburg, South Africa on 4-7 April , the event will feature a series of insightful and interactive plenary and breakout sessions as well as roundtable discussions covering topics such as global and regional economies, supply chain finance, global risk and mitigation, and international development, among others.
The latest agenda including the list of speakers line-up is now available for download.
To benefit from the member rate, ICC Banking Commission Members must enter the registration code MBR-JB16 on completing the online registration form. For further info please contact Paulina Martinez
Project Manager, ICC Banking Commission
Tel: +33 (0)1 49 53 30 23