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The International Maritime Bureau (IMB) estimates from its work in verifying Bills of Lading that over 95% of all improperly issued Bills of Lading are issued by Non-Vessel Owning Common Carriers (NVOCCs). This online course aims to raise standards and reliability of maritime trade for active NVOCCs and their trading partners operating in the global market.
|Number of teaching lessons : 4 Modules||Duration : 2 hours|
|Level :||Language: English|
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NVOCCs, freight forwarders and other related stakeholders in banks, actual carriers, cargo owners and other general traders as part of staff training and awareness building initiatives
Our final exam consists of a 60-minute examination which is live proctored via the internet. The passing grade is 70% minimum. Upon passing the examination, learners will be issued an accredited certificate for the program.
Module 1 Overview of Bills of Lading
Module 2 The Role of Bills of Lading in Global Trade
Module 3 Understanding the IMB Register and Code
Module 4 Assessment section
POTTENGAL MUKUNDAN, Director and CEO, ICC Commercial Crime Services
Since 1999, Pottengal Mukundan has been the Director and CEO of ICC Commercial Crime Services (CCS) having worked for the commercial crime fighting arm of ICC since 1981. Mr Mukundan has conducted a number of investigations on shipping and trade finance frauds and has provided expert evidence in courts. He has also written papers on the prevention and response to fraud.