- Anti Money Laundering
- automatic extension
- bill of lading
- Counter Terrorist Financing
- financial crime
- Financial Guarantee
- Independent Guarantee
- LC Law
- Red Flags
- Standby LC
- Trade Based Financial Crime Compliance
- tranport documents
- wrongful dishonor
Join IIBLP in New York this October for the two premier banking law events! On 15 October, the Institute of International Banking Law and Practice will host the annual Standby and Guarantee Forum.
Gather together with top experts in the field to discuss pressing topics such as early closure on a business day, automatic extension clauses, supersedeas standbys, and much more. You’ll even have a chance to hear ISP98 interpretations from the original drafters. Invited panelists include Jim Barnes, lawyer at Chicago’s Baker & McKenzie LLC; Bob Foutts, Executive Director for JPMorgan Chase working in Global Trade Operations in Tampa, and many more!
Sound interesting? Reserve your spot today!
On 16 October, top members of the letter of credit legal community will gather in New York City for the Letter of Credit Law Summit.
Among the issues slated for discussion is a bank’s liability when acting as an advising bank. Should an advising bank read the undertaking it is advising? At recent IIBLP forums we hosted in Asia, views differed. Some said: “Yes, it’s part of our job.” Others countered: “No, not quite.” Here’s your chance to contribute to the discussion and also hear what experts have to say about the roles and responsibilities of advising and presenting banks.
Other discussion topics include ICC opinions of significance, and arbitration clauses. At this event, you will hear from top minds such as Buddy Baker, Fifth Third’s head of trade services sales; and David Rabinowitz, partner at Moses & Singer LLP and co-chair of its litigation practice group.
Register today to secure your space in our educational LC law summit!