International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)- Bangladesh, The world business organization, will organize jointly with ICC Academy a 2--day 8th Supply Chain Finance Summit in Singapore on 27-28 February 2019. The ICC Academy is the educational arm of International Chamber of Commerce (ICC).
The 2-day 8th Supply Chain Finance (SCF) Summit is expected to gather more than 250 global trade finance specialists who will share their invaluable expertise in the new age of SCF. A Galaxy of international experts are going to participate as speakers at different panel discussions.
As Asia’s principal trade and financial hub, Singapore has the potential to shape the development of regional supply chain financing. The signature event will aim to providing a platform for global professionals, practitioners, and institutionalists to exchange insights and ideas on the latest developments and challenges in the supply chain industry.
The Summit will allow the participants to gain valuable knowledge from in-depth panel discussions and examine key case studies. In addition to the formal sessions, this Summit will also be a valuable platform for informal dialogue among the fellow delegates and experts to share ideas and experiences and enjoy an array of dedicated networking opportunities.
The 2-day Summit will be of significant benefit to officials/professionals of Banking and financial service sectors, International trade and development, Insurance and underwriters, FinTech companies and services, Legal services and consulting.
Certified Documentary Credit Specialists (CDCS), Certified Specialist in Demand Guarantees (CSDG) participants will receive 10 (ten) Professional Development Unit (PDUs) for re-certification by attending this workshop.
Please send names and addresses of your nominees along with registration fees thru’ Pay Order in favour of ICC Bangladesh addressed to the Secretary General, ICC Bangladesh, Suvastu Tower (6th Floor), 69/1, Pantha Path, Dhaka-1205 by Thursday, 24 January 2019. Please note that, as seats are limited, nominations will be accepted on a first come, first served basis.