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Pitfalls and Remedies in International Trade
- Pitfalls and Remedies in International Trade
- Sun, 1. October 2017 - Fri, 6. October 2017
- Old Thorns Manor Hotel - Liphook
Pitfalls and Remedies in International Trade:
Five-day course at The Old Thorns Manor Hotel, Liphook, Hampshire, UK
1 October-6 October 2017
The IMB Trading Course is in its 32nd successive year and widely acknowledged for its unique and practical approach in identifying and tackling potential pitfalls faced by those involved in international trade.
This fully residential intensive course has established itself as an essential date in the calendar of those responsible for managing and avoiding risk in today's trading environment. The course is designed for senior/middle managers in trading houses, banks, shipping companies, insurance companies with an interest in international trade.
Delegates will acquire an understanding of international trading problems including financing, insurance and shipping contracts. Recent developments will be analysed including a detailed examination of the manipulation of the documentary credit system, fraud and financial crime in trade finance, charter party failure and cargo abandonment at intermediate ports.
The course is heavily based on real-life case studies and draws on the considerable expertise of the IMB in preventing international trading problems.
Why attend the course?
The changing face of trade finance fraud. Are your due diligence measures effective?
How can you reduce risk by negotiating effective contract terms?
What are the major vulnerabilities in the transportation chain?
Why do charterparties fail? What can be done to prevent charterparty breakdowns?
What action do you take when your cargo and / or vessel does not arrive at the discharge port?
Who do you turn to when problems arise?
What are the legal remedies that are practical and available?
A Certificate of Qualification will be awarded at the conclusion of the course.
Click here to download the brochure.
Who should attend?
The course is for senior/middle managers in trading houses, banks, shipping companies, insurance companies with an interest in international trade. The ideal participant will be engaged ‘hands-on’ within their organisation on a day-to-day basis.
In past years, the Annual IMB Trading Course has been attended by delegates from organisations based in over thirty different countries a small sample of which include :-
ABN Amro Bank NV, Amsterdam
Agrocorp International Pte Ltd, Singapore
Aluminium Bahrain BSC, Manama
Banca Commerciale Lugano, Lugano
Bank of China, London
Barclays Corporate, London
PT. Bank Negara Indonesia (PERSERO), Jakarta
BP Oil International Ltd.
Cellulose Marketing International AB, Gothenburg
DS Concept, Monchengladbach
Central Bank of Jordan, Amman
Central Insurance of Iran, Tehran
Credit Suisses, Zurich & Geneva
Fortis Bank NV, Rotterdam & Singapore
Ghana National Petroleum Corporation
Helm A.G., Hamburg
ING Bank, Amsterdam & Rotterdam
Khimji Ramdas LLC, Muscat
Malaysian International Shipping Corporation, Kuala Lumpur
Munich Reinsurance, Munich
National Maritime Authority, Lagos
New India Insurance Co. Ltd., Mumbai
PEC Limited, New Delhi
Royal & Sun Alliance, London
Solvay & Cie (Hestia), Brussels
Swedish P & I Club, Gothenborg
Swiss Re, Zurich
Tilleke & Gibbins, Bangkok
Vesta Forsikring AS, Bergen
Walter Matter SA, Geneva
Winterthur Swiss Insurance Co, Winterthur
- Old Thorns Manor Hotel
Old Thorns Manor Hotel, Liphook, Hampshire, UK
This fully residential course will be held at the conference centre of the Old Thorns Manor Hotel. This luxury 4 star golf hotel and health spa is located in 400 acres of beautiful English countryside on the trio borders of Surrey, Hampshire and Sussex.
The course is intended to be intensive both socially and academically and a social programme will be available to enable participants to get to know one another.
The hotel also boasts extensive recreational facilities including an indoor swimming pool and a state of the art health and fitness facilities.
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