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Event date: 12 October 2017
Join us for our thirteenth annual one day training programme. This day offers you the opportunity to hear about a broad range of topical issues relevant to the financial instituions and asset managers from lawyers across many disciplines.
Event date: 11 October 2017
Submitted: 19 July 2017
Simmons & Simmons Of Counsel Amanda Lees talks to Jamie Tredgold about letters of credit including looking at the fraud exception raised in the recent English Court of Appeal decision in National Infrastructure Development Company Limited v Banco Santander SA (2017).
Submitted: 13 July 2017
This article looks at the interplay between trade finance banks and FinTechs, highlighting the new alternative Finance Platform providers such as Robo-advisors and Cross-border Remittance apps which could potentially reduce the cost of paper-based trade financing by up to 15%.
Submitted: 05 July 2017
An update on what Singapore's new insolvency regime means for the commodities industry, distressed debt and restructuring.
Submitted: 05 April 2017
The recent release of the Transnational Crime and the Developing World report provides a timely reminder of the very real impact that trade based money laundering (TBML) can have.
Submitted: 01 April 2017
As part of our commodities series, this session looks at M&A in the context of commodities trading businesses and recent cases on letters of credit.
Submitted: 03 March 2017
In a further attempt to combat the threats of trade based money laundering, a new joint publication by the ICC, the Wolfsberg Group and BAFT addresses the anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing (AML/CTF) requirements of due diligence for financial institutions involved in international trade finance transactions.
Last Reviewed: 26 October 2016 / Submitted: 26 October 2016
A look at the recent trends and developments in trade and commodity finance including the Hanjin Shipping case and the impact of FinTech.
Submitted: 24 October 2016
This session covers how to draft dispute resolution clauses for contracts with Chinese parties; what to do if your counterparty starts proceedings in the PRC and how you can use interim measures for protection to resolve your dispute.
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This resource offers an overview of recent and upcoming regulatory developments in commodity and energy derivatives, and the dialogue and consultation surrounding it.
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