- 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
In anticipation of The Annual Survey and Guarantee Forum in Hong Kong right around the corner, see what each event can offer you!
On Friday July 10th, join us for a forum focused on guarantees and standbys. We will be discussing recent court cases and sound drafting practices with senior bankers, corporates, and attorneys, and practitioners. Purchase your 2015 Hong Kong Guarantee & Standby Forum tickets for a front-row seat at the panel session discussing the drafting and interpretation of demand guarantee and standby texts. You also won’t want to miss our session about applicant bankruptcy and its impact on beneficiary drawing rights.
Saturday’s educational conference will bring together the top minds in international banking law, practice, and policy. This is the perfect event for LC users, attorneys, LC bankers, and other letter of credit specialists. Register for the 2015 Hong Kong Annual Survey of Letter of Credit Law & Practice tickets today! July 11’s schedule includes a discussion of recent ICC opinions, an AML and Compliance review, as well as notes from recent important LC court cases.
All attendees will be eligible for deep discounts on educational banking law products, webinars, and textbooks that IIBLP offers, including “UCP 600: An Analytical Commentary” and “Introduction to Letter of Credit Law & Practice.” You will also receive a complimentary copy of the 2015 Annual Review of International Banking Law & Practice, a USD 129 value!
Reserve your spot at the Hong Kong’s Harbour Plaza North Point for your chance to network with Jack Chan, vice president and senior trade technical advisor at Wells Fargo Bank; Vincent O’Brien, renowned globetrotter and practitioner in international trade and documentary credits; as well as IIBLP’s very own Professor James E. Byrne.