Webinar: The End of Fraudulent Bills of Lading

Presented by Aline Bezerra

Shippers have an increasing interest in electronic bills of lading (eBLs) and the carrier industry is being asked to support their adoption. As a tried and tested system provider approved by International Group of P&I clubs, Bolero invites you to this short webinar with an aim to demystify the eBL. Using real world examples, together with best practice insight, we’ll demonstrate how carriers can benefit from supporting the eBL:

  • Reduced requirement for Letters of Indemnity and lost Bill of Lading, reducing carrier risk
  • Less financial damage, no risk of fraud
  • Provides legal certainty over originality
  • Faster cargo release, faster payment
  • Fleet Marketability
This unique technology delivers a high impact, low risk and rapidly deployed product offering for carriers, allowing you to offer new and existing corporate clients an innovative, compelling and profitable service.

 The technical, legal and financial infrastructure necessary for the widespread adoption of eBLs has developed sufficiently to herald what we believe will be a new era for electronic documentation.- BIMCO

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Webinar: Adopting Fully Electronic Trading

Presented by Tom Rahder

While the benefits of a fully de-materialised trade chain are unquestionable, obtaining this value in the real world can be a challenge. Supply chains rely on collaboration between parties, so improving their efficiency is more complex than simply implementing technology.

Bolero has used years of experience to create and refine a simple 8 step programme to ensure adoption of fully electronic trade documentation. Using real world examples and best practice insight, this short webinar will cover:

  • Ensuring adoption through the supply chain, the business case for all parties
  • Removing technical hurdles, creating simple adoption paths
  • Dealing with risk and uncertainty, the reliability of electronic trade docs
  • Case studies of exporters who have achieved a fully electronic trade finance supply chain

This unique technology offers high impact, low risk solutions delivered as web-based SaaS (software as a service) applications to enable speedy adoption, minimal infrastructure costs and flexible use.

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Webinar: Demystify The Electronic Bill of Lading

Presented by Tom Rahder

Recent successes with full ePresentation under eUCP have driven interest in the use of Electronic Bills of Lading (eBL) within Trade Finance. As a result, banks are increasingly being asked by their corporate clients to support presentations with eBL. 

Using real world examples, together with best practice insight, this short webinar will demonstrate how the eBL can support multiple settlement types and trades:

  • Supports full or partial electronic presentation of Letters of Credit under eUCP
  • Removes paper based bills as part of the trade process
  • Facilitates adoption of Bank Payment Obligation (BPO)
  • Reduces the requirement for Letters of Indemnity and risk of fraud
  • Provides legal certainty over originality

This unique technology delivers a high impact, low risk and rapidly deployed product offering for trade banks, allowing you to offer new and existing corporate clients a range of innovative, compelling and profitable products and services.

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Webinar: Innovation in Electronic Trade Documentation

Presented by Tom Rahder

Using real world examples from companies such as BHP Billiton, Glencore, and ABB, together with best practice insight, this short webinar will demonstrate how using new technology enables exporting organisations to:

  • Reduce the use of Letters of Indemnity by 90%
  • Accelerate payment and reduce Days Sales Outstanding (DSO) by 7 days
  • Cut operational costs by 67%
  • Enhance the information exchange and collaboration with suppliers, providers and customers
  • Utilise fully electronic original trade documentation including electronic bills of lading
  • Exchange electronic information with all their banking partners
  • Increase supply chain visibility

Across all settlement types, from open account, to letters of credit; finance, distribution and freight teams are using advances in technology to fully digitise these complex trade documents. End to end supply chains are benefiting from the enhanced speed, quality and auditability of the new solutions.

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