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ICC Sri Lanka facilitates successful international trade finance seminar


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Participants from Bank of Ceylon, Cargills Bank, Citi BANK, Commercial Bank, Deustsche Bank, DFCC Bank, HNB Bank, NDB Bank, MCB Bank, Bank of China, Nations Trust Bank, Pan Asia banking Corporation, Peoples Bank, Sampath Bank, Seylan Bank, Amana Bank PLC, Ghazanfar Bank, Hirdaramani group, Concord Apparel, R.M. Holdings and SML Frontier Automotive attended the workshop

 

 

ICCSL facilitated an international seminar on Advanced Level of Documentary Credit and Guarantee Operations through latest opinions and docdex decisions, best international practices based on ICC rules by Pavel Andrle. Participants from Bank of Ceylon, Cargills Bank, Citi Bank, Commercial Bank, Deustsche Bank, DFCC Bank, HNB Bank, NDB Bank, MCB Bank, Bank of China, Nations Trust Bank, Pan Asia banking Corporation, Peoples Bank, Sampath Bank, Seylan Bank, Amana Bank PLC, Ghazanfar Bank, Hirdaramani group, Concord Apparel, R.M. Holdings and SML Frontier Automotive attended this workshop.

ICC is the world business organisation, helping businesses of all sizes and in all countries to operate both internationally and responsibly. With a global network of over six million members in more than 100 countries, ICC works to promote international trade, responsible business conduct and a global approach to regulation through a unique mix of advocacy and standard setting activities – together with market leading dispute resolution services. ICC was founded in 1919. ICC has a permanent seat as an observer of the UN, the only private sector organisation to receive such an honour. 

The International Chamber of Commerce Sri Lanka (ICCSL) is the domestic chapter of Paris based international world business organisation, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC). ICCSL was incorporated in 1955 and has been engaged in a wide area of support for business for member companies. They are the only licensed authority to issue ATA Carnet which forms an integral part of its operations, issues certificates of origin and conducts professional training. 


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