The value of the forfaiting market is estimated at more than 300 billion USD annually. ICC’s URF 800 provide a standard set of rules that reflect a broad consensus among bankers and users worldwide. Created by experts for experts, URF contains best practice, clear definitions and practical model agreements.
The DOCDEX Decisions collections complement the ICC Banking Commission Opinions. Together, they are indispensable aids to practitioners seeking to understand how ICC’s trade finance rules are applied in daily practice.
Learn how to effectively prepare for efficient and fair arbitration proceedings, whether you are arbitrator, counsel, corporate lawyer or working in an arbitral institution.
The Secretariat’s Guide to ICC Arbitration contains a presentation and explanation of the recently revised ICC Rules of Arbitration with detailed references to the practices of the ICC Court and its Secretariat. Written by leading experts, it is an essential handbook for anyone involved in international dispute resolution.
ICC Banking Commission Opinions represent the Commission’s official interpretations of how ICC’s rules are to be used in specific situations. For decades they have provided unrivalled guidance to practitioners and been referred to by judges worldwide in disputes involving ICC rules. Essential reading for any trade finance practitioner!
With government actions, practice reports, insightful articles and more than 100 case summaries from all over the world, this volume contains everything trade finance professionals, experts and lawyers specialized in the field need in their daily job.
ICC Guide to Export-Import provides a concise learning and reference tool for trade professionals as well as students, a must have for everyone involved in international business.
Anyone concerned by the future of the world economy will find in these pages a wealth of analyses and information skillfully put together by one of ICC’s leading experts. Required reading for business people, policy makers and academics.
This compilation of expert comments on the relationship between the qualities of the arbitrators and the arbitrators’ “work-products”, namely the award and the arbitral process itself, is invaluable for anyone interested in international arbitration.
This Model responds to a growing need for a simple and user-friendly model contract that reflects the diversity of franchising contracts.
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