ICC Workshop on
Changing Faces of International Trade Fraud:
Current Risks, Prevention & Responses
at in Dhaka and Chittagong on 10-11 July 2018
Deadline for submission of nominations: Thursday, 5 July 2018
We have the pleasure to announce that International Chamber of Commerce (ICC)- Bangladesh, The world business organization, will hold a day-long Workshop on Changing Faces of International Trade Fraud: Current Risks, Prevention & Responses at Dhaka and Chittagong on 10-11 July 2018 respectively.
The current economic uncertainties have increased some of the risks of international trading. These include the risks of fraud and malpractice. The chances of recovery of losses as a result are few. Therefore, it is important for bankers, exporters and importers to understand the kind of frauds which take place today and how they can be avoided. The workshop will cover many aspects of international trading fraud with updates on recent developments.
It is our pleasure to announce that the Workshop will be conducted by Mr. P. Mukundan, Director and Chief of ICC-Commercial Crime Services, London, UK who is an internationally reputed expert on the subject. Mr. Mukundan initially joined the ICC-International Maritime Bureau (IMB) as an investigator and took over as Director of the IMB on 1 February, 1996. He became the Director of the ICC-Commercial Crime Services on 1 February, 1999. He has investigated a number of maritime and trade related frauds.
Venue: Golden Tulip Hotel, Plot-84, Road-7, Block-H, Banani, Dhaka
Registration Deadline: 0000-00-00
Registration Fee :Tk. 10000/-
Method of Payment :Pay order