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Understanding Trade Finance Through Q&A and Case Studies

Author Name: Rupnarayan Bose | Format: Paperback | Genre : Business, Investing & Management | Other Details
Amazon Sales Rank: Ranked #7 in International Business

If you think that you know everything that you need to know about trade finance and the rules that guide them, then this book may come as a pleasant surprise to some of you. 

Before reading this book, it would have been difficult to imagine the varied issues that comprise the world of documentary credit and trade finance. The problems and their solutions will bring home the realisation that mere reading of the rules is not enough. Learning translates to knowledge only when it helps resolve practical issues.

This book is a collection of questions on international trade, trade finance, the ICC (Paris) UCP, ISBP, ISP98 and the Incoterms 2020 rules. It also includes questions on exchange rate mechanism, foreign exchange operations and cargo insurance. The exercises are by way of objective, multi-choice questions (MCQs), descriptive questions and case studies. All the questions have been carefully selected with the sole purpose of further improving our understanding and practical application of these rules.

So, go ahead and find out how many doors this book opens for you. Have fun and learn!

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Rupnarayan Bose

Rupnarayan Bose was with the State Bank of India for the major part of his professional career. Later, he served as the managing director of Fina Bank Ltd., Nairobi (Kenya), and also of TransAfrica Bank Ltd., Kampala (Uganda), before returning to India to pursue his interests in academics.

Presently, his areas of interest are in trade finance, export-import trade rules and procedure and the rules of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), Paris. He has authored several books on international trade, two of his recent ones being Letters of Credit: Theory and Practice and Beyond Trade Finance. Both have received worldwide acclaim. A large number of his articles on international trade and other topics have been published in reputed journals in India and abroad. He delivers lectures on settlement risk management, documentary credits, the Incoterms rules, guarantees, exchange risk management, etc. at various forums in India and overseas.

He is a visiting faculty at the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade and is a member of the Board of Studies at NSOU, Govt. of W.B. He is fully engaged in his passions for writing, sharing his knowledge of trade finance as a faculty and trainer, and in travelling.

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