Advanced practical workshop on examination of documents under documentary credits, i.e. The most demanding task of the documentary credit practice. The workshop has been developed to provide very comprehensive coverage of the subject. It will explain all main aspects of examination of documents in accordance with ICC Rules – UCP 600 as supplemented by ISBP 745. The most significant recent ICC Banking Commission Opinions and DOCDEX cases will be also covered in the lectures.
The workshop is very focused and practical. Participants will learn how to examine documents mainly by examining them themselves, i.e. There will be plenty of various cases studies, examples, debates on the issues.
This workshop has been designed to provide comprehensive and profound knowledge in relation to examination of documents under documentary credits at advanced level, and is, therefore, a must for:
The workshop deals with both the standard and more advanced situations and practical issues in relation to documentary credits in accordance with best practices as reflected in ICC rules and publications. Participants will learn all relevant main UCP 600 and ISBP 745 provisions in practical manner, i.e. By applying them through various case studies and debates on the subject.
The main purpose of the seminar is to familiarize the participants with all main aspects of examination process, standard as well as more advanced situations, problematic issues and current topics in the field of documentary credit practice with particular focus on examination of documents.
The workshop will be provided in the form of case studies, examples and discussions, i.e. with active participation of all participants.
Material relevant to the course will be distributed and a certificate of attendance will be delivered to all those who completed the course.
A good working knowledge and familiarity with documentary credits is required to derive the maximum benefit from this course.
Your course lecturer has spent more than 25 years in international trade finance field. He is a leading international trainer and consultant in the field, well established specialist of the ICC Banking Commission. He has been active in various ICC Banking Commission activities (UCP, URDG revisions, creation of URF – rules for forfaiting, URBPO, etc.). He has lectured extensively on the subjects in more than 50 countries of the world, including the UK, Europe, MENA, Africa and Asia. He is an author of the leading best-selling book on „Examination of Documents under Documentary Credits“.