Course

INCOTERMS, RISK AND SUPPLY CHAIN SECURITY

February 4th 2019, 9.00-16.30

Venue: Parco Paradiso Hotel, Via Carona 27, 6900 Lugano

LECTURER: JON WALDEN

PROGRAM

09.00- 11.00

What are incoterms, the 11 terms, which term to use, how to manage risk using Incoterms, division of cost under the terms, division of responsabilities

11.00 Coffee break

11.30 – 12.30

The Incoterms Review process (Incoterms 2020), Incoterms and e-commerce, incorporation into the contract, current topical issues and remedies

12.30-13.30 Lunch (included in the course fee)

13.30 – 14.45

Cargo insurance – relation to Incoterms, types of cover, claims, Institute Cargo Clauses  

14.45 Coffee break

15.15 – 16.00

Supply chain security, WCO SAFE Framework of Standards, AEO / Trusted Trader regimes

16.00 – 16.30 Q & A / Open Forum

16.30   Close

LECTURER

Jon Walden has been involved in international trade for 30 years as a practitioner, author, commentator, trainer and consultant. He has authored three books on international trade procedures and provides training and consultancy to organisations, trade associations, companies, including multi-nationals, on a global basis. He is retained by the International Steel Trade Association UK, and the Institute of Credit Management, as a training provider and is an examiner for the UK Institute of Export & International Trade. Jon is an adviser to the International Chamber of Commerce and is on the UNCEFACT and UNCTAD Roster of Experts. He was involved in the 2010 revision of Incoterms and is currently involved in the 2020 review process.. He is a Fellow of The Institute of Export and a Fellow of the Institute of Freight Professionals.  Jon is retained to provide training on international trade procedures, shipping / logistics, contracting, customs, insurance, trade finance, supply chain management, export credit control and documentation tor organisations in UK and in over 20 countries. Jon is a regular speaker at high profile international trade related conferences, globally.  He was awarded MBE in 2005. 

Course fee

LCTA Members

CHF 500

Non LCTA Members

CHF 700

Registration

If a participant cannot attend the course, it is possible to be substituted by another person. If the absence is not notified within 5 days from the course, 30% of the fee will be withheld as part of administration costs. No notification at all will imply that the course fee will remain due to full payment, despite the non-attendance of the delegate.

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