The International Chamber of Commerce Qatar (ICC Qatar) will be holding its fourth banking workshop ‘Trade Finance Training 2019’ by Kim Sindberg, in collaboration with The London Institute of Banking and Finance.
The workshop, under the patronage of Qatar Chamber chairman Sheikh Khalifa bin Jassim al-Thani, will take place on March 27 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Doha from 8.30am to 5pm.
The workshop will benefit professionals working in trade finance departments with various products and instruments, such as best practices of letters of credit, letters of guarantees, highlights from Incoterms 2020, and status on the demand guarantee standard banking practices.
The training will also be beneficial to business executives active in trade finance. The comprehensive banking workshop will enable attendees to obtain 6.5 PDUs.
Sindberg, technical advisor to the Banking Commission of the International Chamber of Commerce and founder of Sindberg Consult (www.kimsindberg.com), will be the key speaker. He is also a member of several national and international trade finance forums and has served in several ICC working and drafting groups.
In a press statement, ICC Qatar stressed its keenness on holding the workshop for a fourth year in a row, and has been beneficial to the attendees within the banking industry. ICC Qatar said that it should continue to host the workshop on various topics in the future.
The banking workshop is being supported by Qatar Chamber and organised by ICC Qatar.
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