ICC Banking Commission Annual Meet 2018 to commence from April 3
The session will examine the impact of banks severing their correspondent banking relationships, concerns regarding anti-money laundering regulations, and the cost of due diligence, as well as other concerns around financial exclusion.
The Banking Commission of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) in collaboration with the Florida International Bankers Association (FIBA) ICC Banking Commission Annual Meet for 2018.
The meet gathers over 500+ banking executives, banking professionals, business leaders, lawyers and government officials from more than 65 countries who rethink the future of trade finance and encourage governments, regulatory bodies, and G20 leaders to remove obstacles to trade finance toward sustained economic growth and job creation.
Event | 3 - 6 April 2018
Place- Miami, Florida, USA
Theme: Navigating trade in a world of disruption
- Provide valuable insights into the latest developments in trade finance from prominent keynote speakers, industry experts, and business and finance leaders;
- Facilitate the exchange of ideas in lively discussions, specially designed to address the most topical themes in trade finance;
- Influence the debates on trade finance trends and government regulations on trade finance;
- Give updates on policy and regulatory changes affecting the industry to develop unique skills and enhance best practices in trade finance; and
- Serve as the venue of the sphere of influence through ICC's network of over 600 members in more than 100 countries.
- Financial institutions (sales and client relationship managers, product managers, back office managers, risk managers)
- Multilateral development banks and export credit agencies
- Government organizations
- Independent financiers
- Insurance brokers
- Lawyers and consultants
- Service providers
Steven Beck, ADB's Head of Trade and Supply Chain Finance, will moderate the panel session, "Correspondent Banking and the Need for Financial Inclusion." The session will examine the impact of banks severing their correspondent banking relationships, concerns regarding anti-money laundering regulations, and the cost of due diligence, as well as other concerns around financial exclusion. It will also discuss how emerging market banks are coping with de-risking in this new environment.
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