Banking Rules Set to Drive Discussion at the ICC Banking Commissions 80th Anniversary Meeting

The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), USCIB’s affiliate, will hold its annual Banking Commission meeting this year from March 21-23 in Zurich, Switzerland, where more than 250 members including bankers, business leaders, finance experts and government officials, are set to attend. Some topics of discussion will feature a presentation of the 2011-2015 strategy, as well as discussion on key policy topics from International Standard Banking Practice (ISBP), to the ICC Register on Trade and Finance, to counter terrorist financing and anti-money laundering.  The ICC is presenting its new Banking Commission to members at the upcoming meeting as part of an effort to encourage dialogue, make policy recommendations and develop rules to improve trade finance. Leading experts in trade and finance will speak at the meeting. A highlight of the meeting will be the release of the findings from the ICC Global Survey 2011, which covers the year 2010, achieved record participation levels, with around 210 respondents from 94 countries.

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