• ICC Banking Commission


     

    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 has rightly gained a reputation as the most authoritative voice in the field of trade finance.

    • Rules
      We produce 
      universally accepted rules and guidelines for international banking practice. The UCP 600 are the most successful privately drafted rules for trade ever developed.
    • Policy Making
      We support policy makers to translate their vision into concrete programmes and regulations to 
      enhance business practices throughout the world.
    • Publications and Market Intelligence
      The industry’s most reputable and reliable source of guidance to bankers and industry practitioners.
    • Dispute Resolution
      Together with ICC’s International Centre for Expertise we administer the ICC Rules for Documentary Instruments Dispute Resolution Expertise (DOCDEX).
    • Education and Certification
      Through the ICC Academy, the ICC established a professional-education initiative aimed at setting a new standard for professional education and enhancing the expertise of practitioners across a wide range of business sectors. The ICC Academy’s initial offering will draw on the expertise of the ICC Banking Commission with a faculty in banking, including in the region of 70 online courses and three global certificates in trade finance
       
    • Specialized Training and Events
      In addition to its bi-annual summits gathering 400+ international delegates, we organize regular seminars and conferences around the world.
    • Strategic Partnership
      Well-established collaboration with leading policy makers and trade association, including WTO (World Trade Organization), ADB (Asian Development Bank), Berne UnionEBRD (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.

    If you want to learn more about the ICC Banking Commission and our work, we invite you to visit our website HERE.

  • Standard Bank

    Standard Bank, also trading as Stanbic Bank, is Africa’s largest bank by assets and earnings, with a presence in 20 African countries and 9 countries outside of Africa.  The Group has been at the forefront of South Africa’s financial system for over 153 years and has successfully expanded across Africa and other key emerging markets. Standard Bank offers Retail, Business, Corporate and Investment Banking, with a network of over 1500 branches across Africa.  For multinational corporates and organisations expanding their business into and across Africa, we are an ideal banking partner with deep knowledge, experience and a strong footprint in Africa.  They call it Africa. We call it Home.

    For more information please download Standard Bank infographic here.

  • The Banking Association of South Africa


    The Banking Association of South Africa (BASA) is an organisation that exists to contribute to the enablement of a conducive banking environment. Part of this responsibility is to ensure their participation at the highest-level of decision making in the country. To this end, The Banking Association South Africa has structured and organised itself to ensure effective participation in cabinet and its executive through the calibre of people and leadership that interact with Government at various levels and through various structures. Currently, The Banking Association has 32 member banks which include both South African and International banks.

    For more information please visit BASA's website.

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