Trade Finance is one of the traditional forms of bank finance in India. In view of reforms and liberalization, this has gained a new significance. Many of the practices in trade finance have evolved over a period of time and some are guided by Ministry of Commerce and Reserve Bank of India, besides WTO and International Chamber of Commerce through UCPDC 600. With the increase in the volume of trade both domestically and internationally, there is a need for trade finance professionals from banks as well as corporates. This comprehensive course aims:
o To provide candidates with competencies required to function as trade finance practitioners.
o To enable candidates to possess the needed skill and knowledge to understand clients' needs.
o To enable candidates to handle trade bills of individual clients.
o To enable candidates to attain high ethical and professional standards.
3-month internship* with placement assistance will be provided in Wealth Management area under Wealth Management Services (WMS). (Possible job roles include: Associate operations manager, Institutional sales Assistant, Client servicing manager, Programme co-ordinator; with estimated starting salary range of Rs. 15-22.5 K per month). *@ extra discounted cost of Rs.5500/-
o URC – Uniform Customs Rules for Collection
o URDG – Uniform Rules for Demand Guarantee
o URR 525 – Uniform Rules for Reimbursement
o Foreign Trade Policy 2015-2020.
o Customs Procedures – Imports/ Exports
o Role of FEDAI, EXIM Bank, ECGC
o Various facilities to Exporters and Importers including forfaiting and factoring.
o Counter trade and Merchanting trade; Theories of International Trade.
o Terms of Trade.
o Inco terms Meaning – Obligation of buyers and sellers
o Letter of Credit and UCPDC 600 – Meaning Parties to LC, Different types of LC, Mechanics of LC, Articles of UCPDC
o Exports • Pre Shipment – Credit • Post Shipment – Credit Imports • Bilateral trade, counter trade, high seas sales.
o Maritime frauds, modus operandi and prevention initiatives
o Buyers Credit • Suppliers Credit • Packing Credit • LIBOR
o Documents used in Trade – Bill of Exchange, Invoice, Bill of Lading, Airway Bill, Insurance Policy etc. Insurance including marine insurance.
REMOTE PROCTORED MODE
Remote proctoring allows candidates to take an examination at a location of his/her choice while ensuring the integrity of the examination. These systems require students to confirm their identity, and, during the examination, the system monitors students through video, mic, etc. looking for behaviour that could indicate unfair practices (cheating). Examinations are conducted over internet using a Desktop/Laptop. Taking examination using any other device is not permitted e.g. mobile, tabs, etc.
Minimum marks for pass in the subject is 60 out of 100.
Examination will be conducted in English only
(i) Question Paper will contain 120 objective type multiple choice questions for 100 marks.
(ii) The examination will be held in Online Mode only
(iii) There will NOT be negative marking for wrong answers.
The duration of the examination will be of 2 hours.
5:30 PM to 7:00 PM