|Title||:||ICC Workshop on Letters of Credit in Law and Practice (Day-1) & Documentary Credits and Guarantees for Specialists (Day-2)|
ICC Workshop on Letters of Credit in Law and Practice (Day-1)
Deadline for Nominations: Monday, 05 February, 2018
We have the pleasure to inform you that ICC Bangladesh will organize Workshop on Letters of Credit in Law and Practice and Documentary Credits and Guarantees for Specialists at The Peninsula Chittagong on 10 and 11 February 2018 respectively.
Bangladesh today is the 41st largest economy in the world with a GDP of US$270 billion growing at 7.2% per annum. This makes it one of the fastest growing economies of the world. Merchandise Export is US$40 billion while Import is US$ 43 Billion and both are growing at a healthy rate as depicted by the GDP growth.
You may be aware that the 2017 ICC Global Trade Finance Survey findings relate to the pace of digitization of trade activity which are striking, 50% of respondents see high levels of digitization achieved in less than a decade but an almost equal portion of survey participants expect the evolution to take from 10-25 years. Some 46% identify multinational and large corporates as the highest priority client segment for their trade finance business, with a quarter favouring middle market clients and less than 20% identifying Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs). Some 57% of respondents believe traditional trade finance will exhibit little or no growth while 22% think it will decline outright year-on-year. Cost control pressures are considered the biggest challenge facing trade finance units. These are cited by 23% of respondents, followed closely by the availability of specialist skills (21%), &limits posed by traditional technologies (18%).
The workshop will be of significant benefit to trade finance officials of Bangladesh Bank, Commercial Banks, exporters, importers, investment project managers, corporate lawyers, freight forwarders and other international trade professionals to understand and take guard against the risks involved and how to resolve issues. Certified Documentary Credit Specialists (CDCS), Certified Specialist in Demand Guarantees (CSDG) participants will receive 8 (eight) Professional Development Unit (PDUs) for re-certification by attending each workshop.
We are pleased to announce that Mr. ATM Nesarul Hoque, CDCS, CSDG, CITF, Vice President of Mutual Trust Bank Ltd will conduct the Workshop on 10 February and Mr. K. M. Lutfor Rahman, CDCS, CSDG, CAMS, DAIBB, Senior Manager & Head of Import Settlement, Trade Operations of BRAC Bank Limited will conduct the workshop on 11 February 2018.
The registration form duly filled-in may please be send us along-with fees thru’ Pay Order in favour of ICC Bangladesh to the Secretary General, ICC Bangladesh, Suvastu Tower (6th Floor), 69/1, Pantha Path, Dhaka-1205 by Monday,5 February 2018.
Please copy and paste the link to the browser for registration form of both workshops.
|Venue||:||The Peninsula Chittagong Hotel|
No refund can be made for cancellation of nominations. However, substitute candidates can be nominated at any time with intimation to Secretary General, ICC Bangladesh.
Suvastu Tower (6th Floor)
69/1, Panthapath, Dhaka 1205,
Tel: +880-2-9676698, 9641286