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3rd Global Conference on Letters of Credit, May 13 - 14, 2009

От 13 Май 2009 до 14 Май 2009

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Raiffeisen Zentralbank Österreich AG, Am Stadtpark 9, 1030 Vienna, Austria


3rd Global Conference on Latest trends - hot issues in Letters of Credit

  • Transport in International Trade
  • Incoterms Bill of Lading & Multimodal Transport Document
  • Transport Insurance in International Trade
  • Country Issues – advice for being successful - China, Belorussia, USA
  • UCP 600 UCP 600 2 years on Role of ISBP + ICC Opinions Transfer of L/Cs Negotiation + Discounting of L/Cs Refusal of documents
  • L/Cs in commodity trade
  • Fraud – new scams using L/Cs

Meet + discuss with the world’s leading international experts

This seminar wants to show participants

  • the many different ways L/Cs are handled in practice
  • insight into problems with multimodal transport and insurance
  • the challenges of L/Cs in commodity trade
  • the latest experience with UCP 600
  • how to avoid fraudulent business opportunities frequently offered in difficult times
  • local “specialities”, potential traps and how to circumvent looming problems


Wednesday, May 13th 2009
  • The impact of Incoterms and the UN Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG) on transport documents with focus on multimodal transport.
  • Incoterms
  • What are the key suggestions for a revision?
  • Bill of Lading & Multimodal/Combined Transport Document
  • - Negotiable and non-negotiable B/L & MTD / CTD
  • - Surrender clauses
  • - Carriers responsibilities
  • Bill of Lading & Multimodal/Combined Transport Document
  • - Container shipment
  • - Practical problems and pitfalls
  • - Actual trends and future prospects
  • Multimodal transport
  • Negotiable insurance documents and the requirements for endorsement
  • Problems with exclusion clauses in certificates/policies
  • China
  • Trends in trade finance in China
  • Advice for being successful in trade finance and L/C business with China
  • USA
  • Standby L/Cs versus commercial credits in the USA
  • Belarus
  • Trends in trade finance in Belarus
  • Advice for being successful in trade finance and L/C business with Belarus
Thursday, May 14th 2009
  • UCP – two years on
  • Risk of loss of documents incl. changes under UCP 600
  • Role of ISBP + ICC Opinions
  • Transfer of L/Cs
  • Negotiation + discounting of L/Cs
  • Refusal of documents
  • Commodities and bulk cargo trading in relation to L/Cs (Commodity trade – especially foodstuff)
  • Commodities trade under L/Cs – a banker’s view
  • (Commodity trade – especially oil + metals)
  • Fraud and money laundering in connection with L/Cs
  • Transport fraud

Основни лектори и панелисти

  • Gary Collyer, UK, Managing Director of Collyer Consulting LLP; Technical Adviser to ICC Banking Commission and Chair UCP 600 Drafting Group
  • Radek Dobas, Czech Republic, Head of Documentary Payments Department, Ceska Sporitelna, a.s., Czech delegate to the ICC Commission on Banking Technique and Practice, DOCDEX expert
  • Andrew Duncan, UK, Manager Documents Department at E D & F Man Sugar Ltd., London
  • Nicole Keller, Germany, KfW IPEX-Bank, Frankfurt
  • Vadim Matyushkin, Belorussia, Member of Management Board, Corporate Banking & Leasing, Priorbank OJSC, Minsk
  • Pottengal Mukundan, UK, Director of ICC-International Maritime Bureau, London
  • Uta Pfeiffer, Austria, Vice President, Head of Letters of Credit Department of Raiffeisen Zentralbank Österreich AG, since 2000 delegate of Austrian ICC NC and of ICC Banking Commission
  • Christoph M. Radtke, France, partner at LAMY & Associés, Paris; Chair of ICC Commission on Commercial Law and Practice
  • Jan Ramberg, Sweden, Former President of CISG Advisory Council, Former Vice President of ICC Commission of Commercial Practice, Honorary Vice President of CMI and Honorary Member of FIATA.
  • Kim Chalmer Rasmussen, Denmark, Maersk Line, has been working in the fields of Cargo Insurance, E-Commerce and Insurance while being leading the area of ICC Issues with a global angle at A.P.Moller, Copenhagen.
  • Georg Schäfer, Germany, Maersk Line, has been working in Pricing, Controlling and Cargo Insurance with Maersk Deutschland in Hamburg, for the latter (Cargo Insurance) in 2004-8 also in charge of the Central European area.
  • Thomas Schirmer, Austria, Head of Commodity & Structured Trade Finance Dept. of Raiffeisen Zentralbank Österreich AG, Vienna
  • Don Smith, USA, Vice President Client Services, Norman Technologies; Chair, Banking Committee US Council for International Business; recently retired as Vice President, Global Trade Product Management, Citibank New York
  • Erich Uplasnik, Austria
  • Andreas Werner, China, General Manager of RZB Austria, Beijing branch


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