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The UCP is utilized by bankers and commercial parties in more than countries in trade finance. Historically, the commercial parties, particularly banks, have developed the techniques and methods for handling letters of credit in international trade finance. The result is the most successful international attempt at unifying rules ever, as the UCP has substantially universal effect. This latest version, called the UCP, formally commenced on 1 July A significant function of the ICC is the preparation and promotion of its uniform rules of practice.

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The UCP is utilized by bankers and commercial parties in more than countries in trade finance. Historically, the commercial parties, particularly banks, have developed the techniques and methods for handling letters of credit in international trade finance. The result is the most successful international attempt at unifying rules ever, as the UCP has substantially universal effect. This latest version, called the UCP, formally commenced on 1 July A significant function of the ICC is the preparation and promotion of its uniform rules of practice.

The ICC's aim is to provide a codification of international practice occasionally selecting the best practice after ample debate and consideration. The ICC rules of practice are designed by bankers and merchants and not by legislatures with political and local considerations.

The rules accordingly demonstrate the needs, customs and practices of business. Because the rules are incorporated voluntarily into contracts, the rules are flexible while providing a stable base for international review, including judicial scrutiny. International revision is thus facilitated permitting the incorporation of the changing practices of the commercial parties. ICC, which was established in , had as its primary objective facilitating the flow of international trade at a time when nationalism and protectionism threatened the easing of world trade.

The aim was to create a set of contractual rules that would establish uniformity in practice, so that there would be less need to cope with often conflicting national regulations. The latest July revision of UCP is the sixth revision of the rules since they were first promulgated in The UCP remain the most successful set of private rules for trade ever developed. A range of individuals and groups contributed to the current revision including: the UCP Drafting Group, which waded through more than individual comments before arriving at this final text; the UCP Consulting Group, consisting of members from more than 25 countries, which served as the advisory body; the more than members of the ICC Commission on Banking Technique and Practice who made pertinent suggestions for changes in the text; and ICC National Committees worldwide which took an active role in consolidating comments from their members.

This publication has evolved into a necessary companion to the UCP for determining compliance of documents with the terms of letters of credit. It is the expectation of the Drafting Group and the Banking Commission that the application of the principles contained in the ISBP, including subsequent revisions thereof, will continue during the time UCP is in force.

At the time UCP is implemented, there will be an updated version of the ISBP the most recent one being the revision to bring its contents in line with the substance and style of the new rules. Note that UCP does not automatically apply to a credit if the credit is silent as to which set of rules it is subject to. Where a credit is issued subject to UCP, the credit will be interpreted in accordance with the entire set of 39 articles contained in UCP However, exceptions to the rules can be made by express modification or exclusion.

For example, the parties to a credit may agree that the rest of the credit shall remain valid despite the beneficiary's failure to deliver an installment. In such case, the credit has to nullify the effect of article 32 of UCP, such as by wording the credit as: "The credit will continue to be available for the remaining installments notwithstanding the beneficiary's failure to present complied documents of an installment in accordance with the installment schedule. The eUCP was developed as a supplement to UCP due to the sense at the time that banks and corporates together with the transport and insurance industries were ready to use electronic commerce.

The hope and expectation that surrounded the development of eUCP has failed the UCP and it will remain as a supplement albeit slightly amended to identify its relationship with UCP Recognised worldwide as a benchmark of competence for international practitioners, it enables documentary credit specialists to demonstrate practical knowledge and understanding of the complex issues associated with documentary credit practice such as:.

The qualification was first examined in and has seen a rapid growth in the uptake of the programme across the world. The Certificate is examined in over 30 countries each year and is taught through distance learning and self-study over a four-month period. The CDCS assessment involves a three-hour multiple-choice examination of 70 questions, designed to test knowledge and its application to real-life situations.

After the three-year period a process of Re-Certification is required where the professional has to provide evidence of Continued Professional Development to maintain the accreditation or re-sit the examination. Qualification syllabus and specification can be found at www.

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International Trade Finance pp Cite as. Background to eUCP Uniform Custom and Practice The emergence of electronic commerce in the international trade system has completely transformed the way the business community does business with its overseas counterparts. This has created the need for a new set of rules and procedures governing global trade operations including entering into sale contracts, trade payment and handling of goods and documents. This has given rise to a new agency being introduced into the international trade mechanism, that of a reliable and trusted third party to do the important work of authentication and safe keeping of messages and their integrity, storage and retrieval, give instructions to various service providers and trigger release of goods and payment. Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF. Skip to main content.

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