LC Series- Letter of Credit Documentation

Topics that will be addressed during the webinar: " Why Documentation Is Necessary o They Are Required For Payment! " What Documentation Should Be Required? o Only Documents Legally Required By Customs In Buyer's Country " Documentation Rule: Keep It Simple, I.E., Minimal Documents Please! " What Is A Discrepancy? " Why Do Banks Always Seem To Find Them? " The Common Causes Of Discrepancies. " How To Avoid Discrepancies " What To Do When Discrepancies Occur " Why You Should Control The Number Of Documents " How To Control What Documents Are Permissible " Never Consign Bills Of Lading/Shipping Documents To The Buyer " Why You Should Never Send Documents "On Approval"

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FCIB Members:    $95    $350
Non-Members:    $195    $550

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US: 11:00am ET

About the Speaker

thumbnail DSC 6210 EditRichard “Chip” Thomas, General Manager, American Export Training Institute, West Chester, PA

During his banking career, Chip Thomas developed a skill in training and was responsible for international product and service training for Mellon Bank’s customers and employees. He left banking in early 1995 to pursue his interest in training by helping to establish the American Export Training Institute (AETI), which provides practical training in export finance to corporations and financial institutions throughout the U.S. and Canada. Chip is co-author of the Trade Finance Handbook, Thomson, 2005. The book is targeted to small and mid-size companies interested in how to effectively enter the international trade arena.

Chip’s interest in international affairs and cultures began in high school where he had the opportunity to finish his junior and senior years at a private school in Zimbabwe, Africa. He finished his B.A. from So. Illinois University in 1969, majoring in economics and history, and completed a master’s degree in 1975 from the Thunderbird Graduate School of International Management. After his undergraduate degree, Chip spent two and a half years working in Colombia, S.A., with the Peace Corps, followed by another two years in Colombia with the U.S. Information Agency (USIA).

Upon returning to the U.S. and completing his graduate studies, he entered a 22-year career in international banking, specializing in international trade and finance. This work led to extensive international travel, with a two-year assignment working and living in Mexico. Chip speaks fluent Spanish.

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10/19/2021 11:00 AM - 10/19/2021 12:00 PM

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