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The aim of a documentary credit also known as a letter of credit is to reduce and, to the furthest extent possible, eliminate risk. These rules were originally introduced to alleviate the disparity between national and regional rules on documentary credit practice. First published in , and revised on five occasions since, the latest version is known as UCP This comprises 39 Articles, which establish the requirements necessary to regulate documentary credit operations. Both terms are in common usage and are synonymous. It is essential to be aware of the parties involved in documentary credit transactions, a brief summary of which follows: 3.

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JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. For the best experience on our site, be sure to turn on Javascript in your browser. International Standard Banking Practice - ISBP is the most up to date, comprehensive guide to handling and examining trade documents under documentary credits. An invaluable source of practical information for trade finance professionals and academics, this revised edition of ISBP provides readers with the latest ICC approved guidelines for all parties to documentary credits.

ISBP details how to apply banking practices under UCP to various trade documents invoices, transport documents, bills of lading, certificates of origin… and features the following documents, which were not covered in previous editions :. Courier receipt, post receipt and certificate of posting in respect of the sending of documents, notices and the like. Description of the goods, services or performance and other general issues related to invoices. Issuance, carrier, identification of the carrier and signing of a multimodal transport document.

On board notation, date of shipment, place of receipt, dispatch, taking in charge, port of loading or airport of departure. Transhipment, partial shipment and determining the presentation period when multiple sets of multimodal transport documents are presented. Transhipment, partial shipment and determining the presentation period when multiple sets of bills of lading are presented.

Transhipment, partial shipment and determining the presentation period when multiple sets of non-negotiable sea waybills are presented. Partial shipment and determining the presentation period when multiple sets of charter party bills of lading are presented. Transhipment, partial shipment and determining the presentation period when multiple air transport documents are presented. Carrier, identification of the carrier and signing of a road, rail or inland waterway transport document.

Transhipment, partial shipment and determining the presentation period when multiple road, rail or inland waterway transport documents are presented.

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International Standard Banking Practice is also available in French. Introduction 2. Preliminary considerations a. Scope of the publication b. The credit and amendment application, the issuance of the credit and any amendment thereto 3. General principles a. Abbreviations b. Certificates, Certifications, Declarations and Statements c.

Copies of transport documents covered by UCP articles d. Courier receipt, post receipt and certificate of posting in respect of the sending of documents, notices and the like f. Dates g. Documents and the need for completion of a box, field or space h. Documents for which the UCP transport articles do not apply i. Expressions not defined in UCP j. Issuer of documents k. Language l. Mathematical calculations m. Misspellings or typing errors n. Multiple pages and attachments or riders o.

Non-documentary conditions and conflict of data p. Originals and copies q. Shipping marks r. Signatures s. Title of documents and combined documents 4. Drafts and calculation of maturity date a. Basic requirement b. Tenor c. Maturity date d. Banking days, grace days, delays in remittance e. Drawing and signing f. Amounts g. Endorsement h. Drafts drawn on the applicant 5. Invoices a. Title of invoice b. Issuer of an invoice c. Description of the goods, services or performance and other general issues related to invoices d.

Instalment drawings or shipments 6. Application of UCP article 19 b. Issuance, carrier, identification of the carrier and signing of a multimodal transport document c. On board notation, date of shipment, place of receipt, dispatch, taking in charge, port of loading or airport of departure d. Place of final destination, port of discharge or airport of destination e.

Original multimodal transport document f. Consignee, order party, shipper and endorsement, and notify party g. Transhipment, partial shipment and determining the presentation period when multiple sets of multimodal transport documents are presented h. Clean multimodal transport document i. Goods description j. Indication of name and address of delivery agent at destination k. Freight and additional costs m.

Release of goods with more than one multimodal transport document to be surrendered 7. Bill of lading a. Application of UCP article 20 b. Issuance, carrier, identification of the carrier and signing of a bill of lading c. On board notation, date of shipment, pre-carriage, place of receipt and port of loading d. Port of discharge e. Original bill of lading f. Transhipment, partial shipment and determining the presentation period when multiple sets of bills of lading are presented h.

Clean bill of lading i. Indication of name and address of delivery agent at port of discharge k. Release of goods with more than one bill of lading to be surrendered 8.

Non-negotiable sea waybill a. Application of UCP article 21 b. Issuance, carrier, identification of the carrier and signing of a non-negotiable sea waybill c. Original non-negotiable sea waybill f. Consignee, order party, shipper, and notify party g.

Transhipment, partial shipment and determining the presentation period when multiple sets of non-negotiable sea waybills are presented h. Clean non-negotiable sea waybill i.

Freight and additional costs 9. Charter party bill of lading a. Application of UCP article 22 b. Signing of a charter party bill of lading c. Original charter party bill of lading f. Partial shipment and determining the presentation period when multiple sets of charter party bills of lading are presented h.

Clean charter party bill of lading i. Freight and additional costs l.

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He will teach everything one has to know on how to use various types of letters of credit for one's business advantage. Are you experiencing LC discrepancies? If yes, this training is for you!!! It will provide Bankers, Lawyers, Buyers and Sellers in import and export transactions a comprehensive clarification on key principles of documents preparation and detailed rules for the examination of documents. What was previously considered as a discrepancy is now no longer valid discrepancies for an Issuing Bank to reject payment. ISBP updated and expanded the details on how to apply banking practices under UCP to various trade documents invoices, transport documents, bills of lading, certificates of origin and features documents, which were not covered in previous editions such as the packing list, weight list, beneficiary certificate, non-negotiable sea waybills, analysis, Inspection, health, phytosanitary, quantity and quality certificates.

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The purpose of the UCP is to clarify gray areas that may appear in a letter of credit and to help banks interpret conditions in the letter of credit in a consistent manner. However, as anyone who has ever worked with a letter of credit knows, there is plenty of disagreement between all parties concerned. Banks, account parties, and beneficiaries can all disagree about what complies and what does not comply when the shipping documents are checked against the terms of the letter of credit. Instead, it is a guide to how the rules should be applied in a day-to-day working environment. The ISBP is laid out in a similar manner to the UCP ; it covers the application, general principals, drafts, invoices, shipping documents, insurance and certificates of origin. In total the ISBP contains guiding principals.

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