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Standby & Guarantee Forum + LC Law Summit

Standby & Guarantee Forum + LC Law Summit

  • $ 949.00


Standby LC & Guarantee Forum + LC Law Summit 

Dual registration for the Standby & Guarantee Forum and the Letter of Credit Law Summit in NYC on October 31st and November 1st, respectively. Register for both events here.

Standby & Guarantee Forum October 31st

Held each year in New York City, the Standby & Guarantee Forum focuses on this ever growing and profitable aspect of the business. With a panel of leading local, regional, and international experts, this one day event addresses trends, and focuses on practical issues faced by today's practitioner of standby letters of credit. 

With a dynamic program and interactive format, this event promises high level discussion with top names in the field. Time tested over two decades, this event features a proven mix of learning, networking, and discussion. Topics will include issues in drafting standbys and demand guarantees, interpretation of terms in standbys and guarantees, issues in presentation and compliance, legal interpretations from recent cases, and much more. 

This event is held in conjunction with the Letter of Credit Law Summit, which takes place the following day. Many registrants opt to attend both events in order to make the most of the time off work.

Letter of Credit Law Summit November 1st

The Letter of Credit Law Summit returns to New York on November 1st, 2019. Hosted by Mayer Brown in their Manhattan offices, this event will gather the top legal minds in the field from around the US and abroad to discuss court cases and legal issues impacting LC practice, and trade finance at large. 

This session is ideal for lawyers working for firms or banks, as well as bankers and corporate LC users with an active interest in banking law and a desire to further their knowledge of how legal issues are impacting LC practice today. Law firms which are serious about trade finance matters and banks with significant LC portfolios will want to be represented for this full-day program.