Trade finance law & compliance conference Dubai 2020

2020 Annual Trade Law & Compliance Conference - Dubai | 20-21 April

  • $ 400.00
  • Save $ 200.00

Trade Law & Compliance Conference

 20-21 April, 2020

Venue: Dubai Chamber, Baniyas Road, Deira, Dubai (map link)

Join us for the official pre-meeting conference to the 2020 ICC Banking Commission Annual Meeting, covering trade law, trade finance, and bank compliance. 
Learn and network from the leading industry experts from banking, legal, regulatory, FinTech, and corporate disciplines as we bring global insights to this gathering of delegates from around the world.

*Important: please select your registration type from the choices in the dropdown above. You may register for this event AND the 2020 ICC Banking Commission Annual Meeting on this page. 

Already registered for ICC Banking Commission and want to attend both at the discounted price? Change the registration type, at the drop down menu above, to "Both events but already registered for ICC Meeting │Special Price". For groups of 2 or more, please email for special accommodations.

Join leading experts from around the world to discuss the key legal, technical and compliance topics in International Trade Finance.

Topics Include:

  • Trade Trends Impacting Trade Finance
  • Recent Global LC Cases (Yuchai Dongte, Malayan Banking, RBRG Trading, Santos and other)
  • Trade Sanctions (vessel seizures, ship-to-ship, Mamancochet Mining v. Aegis
  • Global Financial Crime / TBML Update
  • The Rules and the Road to Digitalisation of Trade
  • ICC Opinions
  • Auto-extensions
  • INCOTERMS® 2020

Who Should Attend:

  • Banking Staff - including trade operations staff and management, any staff included in trade transactions.
  • Risk & Compliance Personnel 
  • In-house Counsel
  • Lawyers outside of banking institutions dealing regularly with trade transactions
  • Corporate - Sales, services, FinTech, and industries involved in trade finance
  • Government Personnel dealing with regional or global concerns in cross border finance