Foreign Exchange Certification

Bogotá - presencial

80 horas

The Externado University has opened registration for the Exchange Certification Program, in Bogotá, with the goal to delve in the Colombian exchange regulations and also encompass various topics in theoretical and practical ways.

The Update Course provides a deep understanding of the Colombian and institutional regulatory system, taking into account the recent changes to the Colombian regime and their impact on foreign trade operations, as well as international investments.

The program covers the following topics:

  • Substantive and formal obligations of foreign capital investment operations in Colombia and Colombian investments abroad.
  • Exchange obligations in import, export, export, and free zone operations.
  • Reporting requirements to control authorities, such as the Banco de la República, DIAN, and the Superintendence of Corporations.
  • Change, correction, and modification statements.
  • Currency infringements, and penalties regime.
  • Exchange administrative procedures.

The interdisciplinary Program is directed to foreign trade managers, entrepreneurs, importers, and exporters, those interested in conducting international business; exchange market intermediaries, or engaged in foreign currency transactions; international trade consultants; commercial entity officials, people in business, and public officials.

The teaching faculty is expert on the subject. They include attorney Carlos Rodríguez; Exchange DIAN Deputy Director, Jesús Sereno; the head of the International Exchange Department of the Bank of the Republic, Francisco Guzmán; the Secretary of the Board of Directors of the Bank of the Republic, Alberto Boada, and former officers of the same entity, Edilberto Reyes and Vicente Roldán.

Place: Bogotá

Date: April 21 to May 20, 2017

Duration: 80 hours, 5 sessions of 15 hours

Schedule: Friday 8:00 am to 1:00 pm, and 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm – and Saturday, 8:00 am to 1:00 pm

* The first session will be 20 hours and the rest 15 hours

Cost: COP 3,500,000.