International Trade – Effective Handling & Processing of Letter of Credit
29 – 30 January 2015
09.00 – 17.00 WIB
Harris Hotel Tebet Jakarta
JI. Dr Saharjo no. 191
The Letter of Credit is an indispensable financing instrument used in international trade transactions. Parties to the letter of credit transaction have to abide by the rules governing its use. To many, such rules are confusing.
Unfortunately, misinterpretation or misunderstanding of the terms may result in financial losses. Efficient processing of letters of credit documents is important in today’s business environment.
Staff must be familiar with the UCP rules governing letters of credit transactions, the risks involved, rights and obligations of the various parties.
Knowing how to process the documents correctly for letter of credit negotiation will help the company to save costs and minimize claims.
To provide sufficient working knowledge to participants to enable them to minimize costs and delays in their business transactions.
Experienced in banking for over 32 years. Completing formal education from the University of Pancasila, Jakarta in Economics Management and began his career in banking since 1980 in Standard Chartered Bank, Jakarta and several other banks al: OEB, UFJ Bank, Commonwealth and Trading Company. The focus of work in the field of Banking Operations, particularly to the field of Trade Finance.
Operational experience in Banking
Staff at the Export, Import, Loan Admin, Bank Guarantee, and Remittance. Manager of Trade Finance Operations. Improvement Leader at the team that assesses the performance of the system and Operation Flow in Trade Finance, Bank Guarantee and Remittance.
Consultant at Trading Company
Attend seminars in the field of Trade Finance in and outside the country, such as Singapore, Hong Kong, Penang and Tokyo.
Updating regulations issued by the ICC (International Chamber of Commerce) in the field of International Trade (UCP/ISBP, URR, URC, ISP, Inco Terms, etc).
In the last 5 years as an instructor experienced in- house training, followed by the Accounts Officer, Trade Sale, Trade Finance Staff, Administration Staff and Internal Audit.
Methods of Financing International Trade
- Advance Payment
- Open Account
- Documentary Collection – D/A and D/P Terms
- Documentary Credit – Irrevocable Letter of Credit
Understanding Documentary Collections
- Difference Between Document Against Acceptance (D/A) and Document Against Payment (D/P)
- Parties Involved Under Documentary Collections
- Guide to Processing and Documentary Flow
Essentials of a Letter of Credit
- The Parties Involved in a Documentary Credit
- Obligations and Roles of Banks
- UCP Guidelines and Letter of Credit Uses
Flow of a Letter of Credit
- How to Issue a Documentary Credit
- Document Presentation Flow
Types of Credit and Their Effects on Users
- Irrevocable Credit
- Confirmed Irrevocable Credit
- Red Clause Credit
- Transferable Credit
- Back-to-Back Credit
Discrepant Documents and How to Handle
Cause of failure of payment and how to handle
- Trade Finance Operation
- Account Officer/Trade Sales
- Finance & Accounting
- Internal Audit
- Purchasing and Supply
- Logistic Operations
- Credit Management
- Sales and Marketing
- and those who are involved in trade documentation
Rp. 4,950,000, (Normal)
Rp. 4,500,000, (3 Participants)
- Course Material: Hard & soft copy
- Lunch & Coffee Break
- Souvenir & Door Prize