Trade finance fraud is not a new phenomenon; it is a practice that has been evolving. This 1 day workshop focuses on the practical aspects of trade finance fraud with particular regard to fraud identification, assessment and reduction techniques. Principles of fraud cases will be analyzed and discussed for decision-making, when dealing with complex trade finance transactions. The workshop concludes with thoughts and discussions towards better control of fraud and minimization of losses in relation to trade finance.
This workshop is to identify and address the threats, problems and fraud in trade. Participants will learn from case-studies how to mitigate risks in frauds in relation to trade.
- International Trade Fraud
- Documentary Fraud – Introduction
- Types of Documentary Fraud
- Common characteristics of documentary fraud
- The Buyer lose
- The Seller loses
- The Bank loses
- The collateral illusion
- Loneco – trade finance fraud of the decade
- Documents in Trade Finance
- Marine Insurance and the Trade Finance Fraud
- Money Laundering
- Fraud exception
- Commodity – Sugar Fraud
- Fraud and the Uniform Customs
- Minimizing Frauds
- Maritime Fraud
- Charter party fraud
- Documentary fraud
- Pre-dated bill of lading
- “rust Bucket” vessels
- Preventive measures
Lecture, case studies and Q&A
CEOs, CTOs, CIOs, CISOs, MDs, GMs, IT managers, IT heads, COOs
Olivia Chan was the Awarded Fellow (the highest a grade of membership) by Chartered Institute of Bankers' Council (UK), being give recognition for status in banking profession and commemorating contribution to the important area of banking education. She has more 25 years of experience in stand-up lecturing and training for foreign universities, training institutes and banks in area of finance, and have trained more than 10,000 participants in various programs.
*Programme is accurate at the time of print
Day/Date: 18 June 2019, Tue
Time: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Fee per pax (incl. GST): S$420.00 (Member ) | S$530.00 (Non-Member)
Venue : 160 Robinson Road, SBF Center, #06-01, Singapore 068914
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