U.S. Department of Commerce Webinar on Letter of Credit Boot Camp for Exporters (May 18, 2017)

U.S. Department of Commerce Webinar on Letter of Credit Boot Camp for Exporters (May 18, 2017)

Letter of Credit Boot Camp for Exporters – Webinar May 18, 2017 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. ET (Cost: USD 25) is organised by the U.S. Department of Commerce Webinar

US Dept. of CommerceIn this webinar, exporters will understand the letter of credit process. It will cover what is and isn’t a letter of US Commercial Servicecredit, why letters of credit are used, and the seller and buyer’s perspective on the letter of credit process.  Exporters will understand what information should be included in a letter of credit and when you should be discussing letter of credit terms.  They will know what parties are involved in a letter of credit and what you need to know before you finalize the “Deal”.  They will understand the exporter’s responsibility in the letter of credit “process” and who should set the terms and conditions in a letter of credit.  Mr. Richard “Chip” Thomas, International banker and founder of The American Export Training Institute, AETI, will be the main speaker. 

Objectives

This webinar series is a collaborative effort between the Office of Digital Initiatives with Trade Technologies.

Event Information

–        Understand what information should be included in a letter of credit and when you should be discussing letter of credit terms.

–        Know what parties are involved in a letter of credit and what you need to know before you finalize the “Deal”.

–        Understand the exporter’s responsibility in the letter of credit “process” and who should set the terms and conditions in a letter of credit.

–        Ask questions of the presenters and listen to the answers provided to other participants.

Registration is necessary and can be made here

https://emenuapps.ita.doc.gov/ePublic/event/editWebReg.do?SmartCode=7QA3

http://www.trade.gov/cs/


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