Forfaiting News

Fear not your knobbly knees!

Posted on Thursday, August 10th, 2017

Kilt hire is included in the ticket price for the ITFA 2017 annual conference in Edinburgh. If your knees are not your best asset we have a limited amount of trews (tartan trousers) available instead. First come first served. If you have already booked please contact our conference organisers, MCI, on confirmation@mci-group.com giving your waist size.

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Networking at the ITFA Annual Conference, Edinburgh – 6-8 September 2017

Posted on Tuesday, August 8th, 2017

As is customary, this year’s ITFA Conference in Edinburgh (6-8th September 2017) will feature a Networking Session on Thursday 7th September. The ITFA Networking Portal is now LIVE. All registered conference delegates will be sent an automated email with their login details, where you can contact anyone whom you would like to meet and interact with during this session. […]

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Introducing the Conference Speakers in Edinburgh – Global Issues and Local Solutions

Posted on Tuesday, August 8th, 2017

With less than one month to go till the ITFA Annual Conference, all final preparations are in full swing. We are pleased to announce that all is going according to plan and we envisage a fantastic event with a great turnout.

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Highlights of the ITFA Trade Finance Educational Seminar, London – 4-5 September 2017

Posted on Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017

ITFA is again running its annual Educational Seminar on Trade Finance, in London on 4-5 September. 

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The United Nations approves Forfaiting Rules

Posted on Tuesday, August 1st, 2017

The Uniform Rules for Forfaiting (URF 800) published by ITFA and the ICC, and which are the only internationally approved rules for any form of receivables finance, have received further distinction of approval and endorsement by UNCITRAL (United Nations Commission on International Trade Law), an agency of the UN. The formal letter of approval can […]

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