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LCs can often involve more than a dozen people from account and credit managers to document examiners and the legal department. All these people need to know and understand the latest developments in law and practice.

In the fast paced world of global trade and banking, how do you make sure you stay on top of things? Where can you turn for the answers you need?

With a subscription to DCW, you will have the tools and information you need to serve your clients better. Whether you are curious about the latest statistics or need an expert opinion about a specific operational or legal issue, with DCW you have it, and its delivered straight to your desk every month.

Available as a PDF and emailed for your electronic convenience, DCW is your SOURCE for information on LCs.

Our Editor-in-chief, Professor James E. Byrne, is one of the most respected figures in the Letter of Credit community. To assist him, he has gathered a world class Editorial Advisory Board that is without equal, representing 1000 years of practical LC experience. Each month they share their insights about the latest developments and issues that affect the way you do business.

DCW Coverage

Currently, DCW continues its expanded coverage of Standby Letters of Credit and Demand Guarantees, Trade Based Financial Crime Compliance,  ICC opinions, FinTechURDG 758, the ISP98 Model Forms Project, and UCP600. Each DCW issue features expert analysis of these areas. As an LC or guarantee specialist, you are sure to gain added understanding of critical elements of these trade products from a new perspective.

DCW Format

DCW strives to be green, and thus is provided almost exclusively electronically. Special requests for paper will be considered.

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DCW Editorial Advisory Board – Emeritus Members (years active)

  • Sue E. Auerbach (DC) (1997-2016)
  • Alan Bloodgood (retired, J.P. Morgan) (1997-2016)
  • Harold Burman (Senior Counsel, Office of Legal Adviser, US Department of State) (1997-2016)
  • Joseph Colleran (retired, Irving Trust) (1997-2016)
  • Gary Collyer (Collyer Consulting LLP) (1997-2016)
  • Philip J. De Chiara (retired, Wells Fargo Bank) (1998-2016)
  • Professor E.P. Ellinger (National University of Singapore) (1997-2016)
  • Dr. Gerold Herrmann (retired, United Nations Commission on International Trade Law) (1997-2016)
  • Heinz Hertl ICC Austria (retired, Bank Austria/Creditanstalt, Vienna) (1997-2016)
  • George Hisert (retired, Bingham McCutchen LLP) (1997-2016)
  • Professor Boris Kozolchyk (National Law Center for Inter-American Free Trade) (1997-2016)
  • Stanley L. Lane, Jr. (Of Counsel Otterbourg P.C. NY) (1997-2016)
  • Arthur Lloyd (retired, Control Risks, Ltd.) (1997-2016)
  • Dennis Noah (retired, M&T Bank) (1997-2016)
  • Professor Yorng-Won Pae (retired, University of Seoul, Korea) (1999-2016)
  • Jianbao Shan (retired, Executive Vice President China Everbright Bank, China) (1999-2016)
  • Martin Shaw (retired, Barclays and Lloyds, London) (1997-2016)
  • Angelo J. Schiraldi (retired, IntesaBci, NY) (1997-2016)
  • Joseph Sommer (NY) (1997-2016)