ICC India Working Groups &

Task Forces

ICC has a unique network with the power to influence policy through its 12 Policy Commissions. From banking regulation and global taxation to ethical marketing and climate change, the strength and legitimacy of advocacy work and rules making are a result of extensive consultation with member companies and experts spread across the globe.

ICC has remained committed to providing knowledge and expertise on behalf of business with a view towards determining a long-term global solution to address the topical issues across sectors. As the world business organization, ICC has regularly proposed frameworks, tools, and guidelines of internationally established principles for consideration by policymakers and legislators around the world. Through its various policy commission and Special Tas Forces, it has a vast expertise in examining major issues of interest to the business world, prepare policy products and tools to contribute to intergovernmental discussions, as well as rules and codes to facilitate international business.

Understanding the critical role of India in the global economic growth, ICC India is a key partner in supplementing ICC’s efforts by providing valuable insights into the existing environment, connecting with on ground stakeholders and providing a better understanding of Indian ecosystem to help ICC recalibrate its priorities in global policy making.
Further, in addition to holding dialogues with the relevant regulatory agencies, ICC India also regularly host conferences, seminars and workshops to train & certify and also update the Indian banking, finance and trading community with the latest developments in the global trading ecosystem.

With a view to diversify and augment ICC India’s efforts on this front, ICC India Secretariat has been mandated by the ICC India Executive Committee to establish, manage and co-ordinate various working groups and taskforces comprising of practitioners and industry experts. The working groups and taskforces will support ICC’s role as a rule-maker; develop policy papers, frameworks, and guidelines; maintain a strong, permanent dialogue with regulators and supervising bodies; develop tools to support industry infrastructure, compliance; and provide a ‘hub’ to especially address the needs of small- and medium-sized enterprises. The WG will also provide the necessary depth to ICC India and its representatives on the ICC Commissions & various Task Forces to put forth a cohesive, widely representative and a strong voice from India on key issues.