Representatives from global law firm Clyde & Co will give their view on blockchain technology advances that can be beneficial for export credit insurance providers on such topics as reduction of fraud, double financing in trade transactions using blockchain technology applications, and will share recent case studies on the topic.
Clyde & Co will be represented by:
- Ian Chung, Partner, Clyde & Co
- Emma Fidler, Associate, Clyde & Co
- Michael Morris, Partner, Clyde & Co
This Short-term Committee event (open to rest of Berne Union membership engaged in short-term risk coverage) is the second in the series of online presentations/discussions devoted to a topical issue for short-term export credit insurance providers. Recording of the previous event on government support schemes is accessible by clicking HERE.