ICC Bangladesh, The world business organization, will hold a day-long Workshop on Export Operations, Back-to-Back LC Mechanism and Challenges of Export Finance at Hotel Golden Tulip, Dhaka on Saturday, 1 June 2024.

Bangladesh has made a strong economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. During FY22, the RMG export was $42.62 billion, which is about 82 per cent of the total export of $52.08 billion. The Bangladesh Garment Manufacturers and Exporters Association (BGMEA) is targeting to export US$100 billion worth of garment items from the country by 2030 as the local apparel suppliers are diversifying the products and markets. Bangladesh is going to lose a number of benefits when it becomes a developing country in 2026. Therefore, RMG exporters, in order to face the challenges, need to pay more attention to reduce management expenses, operational costs and increase efficiency. The day-long workshop has been designed to discuss on the back-to-back letters of credit operations, the challenges of export financing and how to minimize costs to be more competitive.

The Workshop will be beneficial for the officials of Bangladesh Bank, commercial banks, non-banking financial institutions, Exporters and legal experts dealing with exports to understand the complex global Buyer Market, Compliance issues relating to Export Business and how to take correct decision to avoid the risk of Export Trade with special focus on Ready Made Garments (RMG) export. CDCS, CSDG, CSCF participants will receive 8 (eight) PDUs for re-certification by attending this workshop.

We are pleased to announce that Mr. Mahmudur Rahman, CDCS, a renowned Foreign Trade Specialist, is the Senior Executive Vice President & Head of Dhaka Central Zone of Islami Bank Bangladesh Limited. He developed the Central Trade Processing of IBBL which is the largest Trade possessing hub of Bangladesh. Mr. Rahman conducts training sessions in BIBM, BBTA of Bangladesh Bank and other training institute / Academy of different banks of Bangladesh. Mr. Mahmud attended International Seminar / Workshop on Foreign Trade & Finance in Switzerland, UK, Singapore, China, Malaysia, Hong Kong and India.

The Registration Fee for each participant will be Tk.15,000– (Fifteen thousand) only and Tk.1000– for a copy of the New ISBP (International Standard  Banking Practices). The net amount (excluding VAT/AIT) will be Tk.16,000– (Sixteen thousand) only. 

 The registration form duly filled-in may please be sent along-with fees thru’ Pay Order in favour of ICC Bangladesh addressed to the Secretary General, ICC Bangladesh, Rangs FC Square (5th Floor), Plot- 6A, Road- 32, Gulshan Avenue, Dhaka-1212 by Wednesday, 29 May 2024.

ICC Workshop on Export Operations, Back-to-Back LC Mechanism and Challenges of Export Finance , Saturday, 1 June 2024

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Rangs FC Square(5th floor), Plot-6/A, Road-32


Hotel Golden Tulip, Banani, Dhaka