The ICC Academy offers a training recognition service. Under the term ‘training’, we collectively refer to workshops, seminars, conferences, Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and other events having a learning objective and delivering a specific set of knowledge. The main purpose of training recognition is to encourage ICC Academy Members to diversify their learning experience. We also want to give due recognition to the many existing events organized by our National Committees and tertiary partners and bring them closer to our own Membership base.
Global Trade Development Week – GTDW Financing Global Trade Summit & Exhibition
The Global Trade Development Week – GTDW Financing Global Trade Summit & Exhibition will be held on 10th & 11th July 2017. On its 10th Edition, GTDW brings together global delegates from Fortune 500 corporates (Corporate Finance, Treasury, Trade Finance, Supply Chain Finance), financial institutions, regulators and multilateral organisations to discuss the impact, opportunities and implications of current global trade trends with a specific focus on financing for trade, access to finance, cross border e-commerce and emerging financial technologies. With a strong focus on issues such as WTO, TFA, RCEP & OBOR, GTDW’s unique event format will provide the perfect platform for networking and thought provoking discussions and sharing of experience.Event Info
Credits: 8 PDCs
India Trade Finance Workshop
As part of Trade Finance Workshop roadshow, Bankers Association for Finance and Trade (BAFT) are offering 4th year of the India Trade Finance Workshop in Mumbai. The workshop will be led by Mr. Krishnan Parameswaran, a well-known and respected trade finance trainer and expert in the industry, with additional speakers from the Reserve Bank of India, State Bank of India, and other trade experts in the industry. A broad range of topical issues related to trade will be covered during this full day workshop, including local regulatory changes related to trade from RBI, latest developments and white papers on trade including the recent Trade Finance Principles, Guidance for Sanctions Compliance and Trade Based Money Laundering, innovations in trade and much more.Event Info
Credits: 6 PDCs
GTR Asia Trade & Treasury Week – 5th – 7th September
Global Trade Review will return to Singapore on September 5th-7th, 2017 for the award-winning conference series, GTR Asia Trade & Treasury Week. Building on its world-renowned reputation as the most popular trade finance gathering, the conference will provide an effective and impartial marketplace for all involved in trade, commodity and export finance, to gather for lively debate, networking and timely discussion. Attendance figures are expected to exceed the 900 plus delegates of 2016’s event. Limited amount of free corporate passes available. For media/press or to attend on a free corporate pass please contact Elisabeth at email@example.comEvent Info
Credits: 10 PDCs
Trade Compliance Seminar
The two day Seminar will cover the latest developments in Trade Compliance. Day I covers the regulatory background, political risks, sanctions and embargoes as well as trade based money laundering and financial crimes risks. Day II covers transaction review/screening/monitoring, the proper use of Incoterms®, as well as the main components of foreign trade contracts. The Seminar will conclude with an optional multiple choice test for participants of the entire seminar (two days).Event Info
Credits: 9 PDCs
Two day SME conference on Wednesday 8th & Thursday 9th November 2017: Global demand for trade finance is rising, but SMEs trade finance gap is only growing. SMEs are a leading driver of trade, employment and economic development, therefore the issue is an opportunity at the same time. There already are various activities undertaken to assist SMEs, and many more will follow in near future. To facilitate exciting efforts, the ICC Academy will organize a two-day conference to gather together SMEs and banks to discuss how to improve SME access to finance, technology, workforce and new markets.
Credits: TBC PDCs
Companies are continually approached with sponsorship proposals offering unique opportunities to network, interact and promote their products and services. As an indication of the size of this market, in 2015, sponsorship was a 60 billion US dollar industry. Within this rapidly growing and complex ecosystem, it is getting more difficult to select a unique value proposition that suits each company.
We at the ICC Academy acknowledge that, and do want to offer you something fresh and specially for you. Of course, we won’t leave behind some of the traditional things, but we do want to discuss what best suits companies interests and budget from the new formats of sponsorship we can offer. Sponsorship of our events can be effective for your organisation as a means of accessing a wide range of audiences such as decision makers in business, government entities, and of course customers. It will be an opportunity to put your business in the spotlight, increase reach and exposure to new clients, lead generation, get attendees have a “taste” of your business and get your brand noticed. It can be particularly beneficial for companies that take part in international trade, because sponsorship transcends cultural and language barriers.
Recognizing that each company has its annual budget and priorities we, at ICC Academy, offer to partnership on your preferred level allowing your company to choose any amount of sponsorship. Based on your possibilities, ICC Academy will prepare an individual proposal for your consideration. View our Sponsorship document to learn more about our levels of partnership and the benefits.
Besides regional visibility in this highly important APAC region, ICC Academy’s events will also provide access to the exclusive ICC global network of contacts and a new kind of a partnership experience.