Fraud & Risk Management

This training session aims to provide guidance on managing the risk of fraud, including the process to implement Internal Controls, and various anti-fraud tools that can be implemented within an organization to prevent, detect and respond to fraud.

Finance For Non-Finance Managers and Executives

Business managers at all levels of the organisation must have an understanding of finance if they are to add value to their organizations.

A major expectation of good managers is to ensure that they add value to their organizations. Managers at all levels require financial knowledge to communicate with financial specialists and understand the financial impacts of their operational decisions. In today’s business world, non-finance managers are also called upon to make quick and accurate decisions about financial issues within their own areas.


The Letter of Credit (LC) or the Documentary Credit (DC) is a very ancient payment device. Its present form and the rules that govern it evolved from the international sale of goods. In recent decades the scope of LCs have changed from one that guarantees payment for a performance to one that guarantees payment for non performance.

Conventional and Islamic Documentary Credits, Trade Financing Instruments, Bank Guarantees and Trade Fraud Management

This two (2) days course is designed for Bank Managers, executives of Trade Finance and Audit Departments, Credit and Marketing Managers, Lawyers, Importers, Exporters and Manufacturers, who need to understand international trade financing and the risks and fraud involved in trade. 

Application And Negotiation Of Letters Of Credits

Managers, Marketing Officers and Accounts Executives involved in financing trade must have some knowledge of trade financing procedures especially:

  • Common terminologies used in trade 
  • International Commercial Terms. 
  • Common trade documents 
  • ICC Rule – UCP 500. 
  • Trade cycles of Letters of Credit (LC) 
  • How to open an LC 
  • What are discrepant documents 
  • How to handle discrepant documents