Overview of Methods of Payment and Trade Facilities in international Trade
Trade Documents commonly used in International Trade - Bills of Exchange, Bills of Lading, Invoices, packing List, Insurance, Cert of origin etc
Trade terms commonly used in International Trade - FOB, CFR, CIF, FCA, CIP,CPT, EXW, FAS, DDP, DDU, DAF, DES, DEQ
Step by Step detailed flowcharts and Samples on how various types of Letter of Credit works
Cost Saving Areas in LC transactions which your bankers will never tell you
Why payments are often delayed in LC transactions and how to overcome this
Date of Issue, Shipment, Presentation; Date and Place of Expiry
Role and Liability of Banks and Rights of Recourse
Practical pointers when applying for a Letter of Credit (Importer)
How to prepare and check documents to avoid discrepancies
Discussion on Discrepancies - Why; How To Resolve
Practical pointers for Exporters when presenting documents under a Letter of Credit
Common LC Discrepancies checklist
Detailed checklists for Exporters and Importers
Concept of Confirmed LC and "Silent Confirmation LC"
Advantage & Risks of using "LC - TT/SWIFT Reimbursement Allowed" to both exporter & Importers
Application of UCP 600 in Letter of Credit.
Back to Back LC and Transferable LC
Practical exercises/case studies
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Victor Tan, MBA (Strathclyde), ACIB, MInstAM, is a qualified Life Associate Member of The Chartered Institute of Bankers, London and has 15 years of banking experience covering the operational areas of International Trade Finance, Letters of Credit, Remittances, Guarantees, Import and Export departments. He has worked with various International Banks since 1977 starting with Standard Chartered Bank, Amsterdam-Rotterdam Bank, Bangkok Bank, Royal Trust Merchant Bank and lastly Barclays Bank.