ICC’s Rethinking Trade and Finance Report 2017

Posted on:
July 13, 2017

The 2017 edition of the annual “Rethinking Trade and Finance” report is a reflection of the scope of engagement of the ICC, the reach of its partnerships and alliances, and its intentions and aspirations related to impact around trade, finance and inclusiveness.

The  report continues a strong tradition of quality analysis, global collaboration and effective advocacy in support of trade financing, international commerce and international development. Trade will remain an important element of the human experience, but its pursuit and execution faces transformational forces, from politics and policy to technology, regulation and the reconfiguration of trade flows and global supply chains.

Featuring the perspectives of the World Trade Board members Alexander Malaket, John Danilovich, David Hennah and Finastra’s Ben Singh-Jarrold, amongst others, the report covers expert opinion on market trends, global policies and the potential for digitisation.

Download your copy of the report here:

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