July 6th, 7th and 8th, 2021
8:00 to 11:30 CST
Currently, buyer’s credit is the most used method of financing domestic and international trade which is still based on paper documentation. For a long time, financial institutions have been exploring different ways to digitise trade documents that can cut operational costs and also save the environment by eliminating the use of papers.
Furthermore, the consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the move towards digitalisation dramatically, forcing all participants in the financial markets to adapt to the new virtual reality in order to operate businesses in a digital world.
However, when it comes to trade digitalisation, there are several challenges to deal with, such as regulatory frameworks, the creation of global standards, connectivity, fraud prevention, and access to technological development.
On July 6, while speaking during a session in the conference, Gunnar Collin will explain how Enigio’s trace:original solution helps solve one key challenge enabling original trade finance documents to become digital and perform the same way as a physical paper document but much faster and much safer.
With other global experts, Gunnar will also take part in an ICC Digital Standard Initiative discussion on advances in standardisation and interoperability of digital solutions for trade and supply chain finance.
Follow the link to register and learn more about the event: https://bit.ly/3xXeBRe