|The ICC Banking Commission is the world’s essential rule-making body for the banking industry|
With 80 years of experience and more than 600 members in +100 countries, the ICC Banking Commission — the largest Commission of ICC, the world business organisation — has rightly gained a reputation as the most authoritative voice in the field of trade finance.
Rules: ICC Banking Commission produces universally accepted rules and guidelines for international banking practice. ICC rules on documentary credits, UCP 600, are the most successful privately drafted rules for trade ever developed, serving as the basis of USD2 trillion trade transactions a year.
Policy-making: ICC Banking Commission is helping policy makers and standard setters to translate their vision into concrete programmes and regulations to enhance business practices throughout the world.
Publications and market intelligence: Used by banking professionals and trade finance experts worldwide, ICC Banking Commission publications and market intelligence is the industry’s most reputable and reliable source of guidance to bankers and practitioners in a broad range of fields.
Dispute resolution: The ICC Banking Commission and ICC International Centre for Expertise administer the ICC Rules for Documentary Instruments Dispute Resolution Expertise (DOCDEX) to facilitate the rapid settlement of disputes arising in banking.
Education and certification: Over ten thousand people in over 100 countries have trained and been certified in international trade finance using our suite of ICC approved online training services and certification facilities.
Specialized trainings and events: In addition to its bi-annual summit gathering +300 international delegates every six months, the ICC Banking Commission organizes regular seminars and conferences around the world, in partnerships with ICC National Committees and other sponsors.
Strategic partnerships: Well-established collaboration with leading policy makers and trade association, including WTO (World Trade Organization), ADB (Asian Development Bank), Berne Union, EBRD (European Bank for Reconstruction and Development), IDB (Inter-American Development Bank), IFC (International Finance Corporation), IMF (International Monetary Fund), SWIFT, the World Bank and others.
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