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Law and Practice in International Banking and Commercial Payments



This training program provides participants with a comprehensive understanding of the legal and practical aspects of international banking and commercial payments. It empowers them to ensure legal compliance, manage risks, and optimize financial transactions in the global market.

Program Objectives:

At the end of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the fundamental principles of international banking law and commercial payments.

  • Navigate the legal frameworks governing cross-border financial transactions.

  • Analyze the implications of international banking regulations and payment mechanisms.

  • Apply legal principles to address challenges in international banking and commercial payments.

  • Develop strategies for compliance and risk management in international financial operations.

Targeted Audience:

  • Banking and Finance Professionals.

  • Legal Advisors specializing in finance.

  • Corporate Treasury Managers.

  • Payment Service Providers.

  • Government Regulators involved in financial oversight.

Program Outline:

Unit 1:

Introduction to International Banking Law:

  • Overview of international banking law principles.

  • Historical development and significance of international banking regulation.

  • Key legal frameworks and institutions governing international banking.

  • Principles of jurisdiction and applicable law in cross-border financial transactions.

  • Case studies illustrating the application of international banking law.

Unit 2:

Legal Frameworks for Commercial Payments:

  • Analysis of international payment systems (SWIFT, CHIPS).

  • Regulatory requirements and compliance standards for commercial payments.

  • Legal considerations in international letters of credit and bank guarantees.

  • Role of financial institutions in facilitating commercial payments.

  • Emerging trends in digital and cryptocurrency payments.

Unit 3:

Contractual Aspects of International Banking:

  • Formation and interpretation of international banking contracts.

  • Legal considerations in syndicated loans and project finance.

  • Documentation requirements for international trade finance.

  • Addressing legal risks in international banking contracts.

  • Drafting effective clauses to manage legal liabilities.

Unit 4:

Dispute Resolution in International Banking:

  • Types of disputes arising in international banking transactions.

  • Legal frameworks for resolving banking disputes ( ICC arbitration).

  • Alternative dispute resolution methods in international banking.

  • Case studies on landmark international banking dispute cases.

  • Strategies for mitigating and resolving banking disputes effectively.

Unit 5:

Compliance and Risk Management in International Banking:

  • Compliance requirements and regulatory obligations in international banking.

  • Risk assessment and management strategies in cross-border financial transactions.

  • Implementing compliance programs and due diligence processes.

  • Dealing with legal challenges and uncertainties in international banking.

  • Emerging trends and developments in international banking law and compliance.

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