Category Archives: IIBLP News

Sanctions: A Primer

Sanctions Primer IIBLP

In this blog post we will explore the topic of Sanctions in a broad sense, and discuss their impact on trade finance. Additionally we'll look at the available means of remaining complaint with sanctions regimes. At the bottom of this page are key resources...

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2019 Calendar of Events

The dates and details are in for much of IIBLP's 2019 calendar of events. As ever, we will be in multiple countries this year working to bring together local and global thought leaders in commercial and standby letters of credit and trade finance. Mark your calendar now,...
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Is “LC lite” the future of Commercial LCs?

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The Argument for Stripped Down LCs

Have commercial credits become so burdensome and unwieldy that a trimmed down version of the rules governing their practice could streamline the LC process? Could simplified rules and practices perhaps even spark increased use of this traditional (some...

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DCW Honors and Remembers Professor James E. Byrne

On 1 July 2018, IIBLP Founder and Director Professor James (“Jim”) Edward Byrne died after a valiant battle against cancer. The letter of credit community and all who knew and loved him mourn the loss of a great man who left an indelible mark on the...
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Remembering James E. Byrne, Institute Founder and Director

  James E. Byrne Montgomery Village, MD It is with profound sadness that the Institute of International Banking Law & Practice must inform of the death of James (“Jim”) Edward Byrne on 1 July 2018 at his home in Montgomery Village, Maryland, after a valiant battle against cancer. Jim...
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IIBLP Trade Finance Events – Ongoing Discussions

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Ongoing Topics at the IIBLP Trade Finance Events

The 2018 IIBLP Trade Finance events series is halfway through. With events so far in North America, Dubai, Belgium, and Stockholm, we've seen a myriad of topics discussed in the sphere of...
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