Do you find it hard to put your hands on the letter of credit information you need, when you need it?
Have you ever spent hours looking for the right ICC Opinion or legal case to clear up a dispute or misunderstanding?
If your bank relies on paper based letter of credit information, a lot of your work is more frustrating and time-consuming than it needs to be.
Introducing ICC Trade Finance Channel: the paper free LC Resource
ICC Trade Finance Channel is the ICC's essential online LC resource for documentary credit professionals.
It provides instant online access to all the information necessary for a documentary credit professional to make high value decisions day-to-day and, for the first time, this information is delivered in a structured and fully searchable manner.
Collecting the new and important Letter of Credit information generated by the ICC and other sources is a difficult and time-consuming task.
And, even when you have this information on the shelves and in the drawers of your office, it can take hours of searching to find that one important piece of information that you need - when you need it.
The Trade Finance Channel of ICC Digital Library can help you to maximize the use of your time by giving you this information online and in an easy to use manner.
LC's are usually issued for high value transactions. Consequently, disputes relating to LC's incur high costs. The information on the Trade Finance Channel can help you to avoid disputes and their related costs.
Keep up to date
Does keeping up with the newest LC intelligence prove difficult with your busy work schedule? You can now gain access to breaking News and Fraud stories, and all the latest ICC intelligence on letters of credit online.
Extra Benefit for CDCS
CDCS that subscribe to the ICC Trade Finance Channel of ICC Digital Library can earn PDUs towards re-certification for the CDCS while you work. You can earn up to 12 PDUs over a three-year period by keeping up to date with the latest information.
Who is using the online Library?
Decision makers in banks all over the world are saving time and trimming costs. To see our customer list click here.
What information does the ICC Trade Finance channel contain? :
All of this information is valuable in its own right but the real key to the usefulness is that all of the information is fully searchable.
The service is so easy to use and packed with vital LC information that you will wonder how you managed without it for so long!
ICC Trade Finance Channel (ICC Digital Library) is a subscription based service.
1 subscription costs EUR 3125.
A Subscription provides full access to all of the vital information for 1 person for 1 year.
Discounts are provided for multiple subscriptions.
We tailor offerings to suit your specific needs. Call us at + 353 1 2352166 or email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Don't take our word for it. Try it for yourself
To avail of a 1-week free evaluation of the ICC Trade Finance channel (ICC Digital Library), please email us. Please ensure your email signature is included in your email. You will receive by email a personal username and password with which to access the service.
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Judith Autié, Union de Banques Arabes et Françaises, Paris.
Umar Farooq, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), Pakistan.
Tom Richardson, Sr. Trade Regulatory Specialist, USA.
Trade Service Manager, USA.
Boris Kozolchyk, President of the National Law Center for Inter American Free Trade, USA
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