2019 Trade Finance & Compliance Conference - Dubai

2019 Trade Finance & Compliance Conference - Dubai

  • $ 595.00

2019 Trade Finance & Compliance Conference 

March 12-13, 2019

Dubai, United Arab Emirates


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


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

Topics Include:

 Legal and Technical

  • Trade trends - Trade War
  • Global hot topics
  • Key findings - Survey 2019
  • ICC Banking Commission official Opinions and DOCDEX Decisions
  • MENA and Global - Guarantees and Standbys Legal Cases
  • MENA and Global - Commercial LCs Legal Cases
  • Technology update, electronic rules (eUCP, BPO), blockchain uncovered
  • Legal status of Electronic documents
  • SWIFT message changes 2019
  • Trends in Islamic Trade Finance
  • Questions and answers.


  • Trade Compliance Trends
  • Challenges and unintended consequences
  • Tales from the trenches
    • Due diligence, pricing, and dual use goods
  • Digitisation, role of AI and RegTech in compliance
    • Tracking – payments
  • MENA and Global Compliance issues
  • Sanctions regimes and conflicting trade policy
  • Global Compliance standards and legislation
  • SWIFT compliance initiatives
  • Financial Crime update
  • Questions and answers

Event Brochure

Confirmed Speakers include:

  • Nizardeen Kumardeen, Member Executive Committee, ICC Banking Commission and Vice Chair, ICC Banking Commission UAE
  • Vincent O'Brien, Member Executive Committee, ICC Banking Commission and Vice Chair, ICC Banking Commission UAE
  • Abdulkader Bazara, Steering Committee Member, ICC Banking Commission, UAE
  • Christopher Byrnes, Executive Editor, Documentary Credit World and IIBLP, USA
  • SOH Chee Seng is Technical Consultant, Trade Finance Issues for the Association of Banks in SINGAPORE
  • Saibo JIN, Partner at Beijing Jinchengtongda & Neal Law Offices, CHINA
  • Khalil MATAR is Assistant General Manager, Internal Audit Group at Alinma Bank.

  • David Morrish, Relationship Director at The London Institute of Banking & Finance, UNITED KINGDOM

On attendance, holders of the following qualifications will earn 10 CPD/PDU points towards recertification:
Certificate in Trade Finance Compliance (CTFC)
Certificate for Documentary Credit Specialists (CDCS)
Certificate for Specialists in Demand Guarantees (CSDG)
Certificate in Supply Chain Finance (CSCF)