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"Vincent O'Brien is an Executive Committee Member of the ICC Banking Commission. He has delivered technical trade finance assistance in more than 70 countries for major banks and development institutions. Ashish Madan is an MSc in Finance (Economic Policy) from S.O.A.S, University of London. Ashish runs a boutique trade finance firm and has been a practitioner of Letters of Credit for over two decades. SNG & Partners is a well known law firm on Banking and Finance. SNG team was led by Amit Aggarwal, Partner. He was assisted by Amit Ronald Charan"
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