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Our Guidelines

Thank you for taking an interest in our group where a few participatory regulations to guarantee a seamless experience have been created. By connecting and participating, you acknowledge you have reviewed and agreed to adhere to the rules and standards for these dialogue forums. You also acknowledge to limit forum talks to ideal subjects for the medium. This is an excellent means for soliciting advice, benefiting from expertise, and participating in extended discussions.

Please spare a moment to familiarize yourself with our critical rules. TRIT retains the discretion to suspend your subscription on all forums for participants who contravene these rules with a view to maintain an environment that promotes fruitful conversation.

General Code of Conduct

Ours is a public discussion board and we anticipate that this discussion board will be a space where individuals can genuinely feel safe asking queries and conversations and debates will actually happen in a civilized way. Problems, not individuals, are the focus of conversations and If you disapprove of an idea, gather all of your powers to oppose it. However, do not mix up concepts with the individual who posted them. At any and all points of time, we should treat others with courtesy. Personal attacks, slurs, calling names, trying to troll, trying to bait, or even other efforts to create chaos will not be tolerated.

Rules of Interaction & Usage

  • Please do not provoke or insult others. The conversations on the discussion board are intended to encourage dialogue, not to incite conflict. Allow everyone else to speak as freely as you do.
  • Please do not post marketing messages. If you genuinely think it will benefit people, reach out directly with service and product details.
  • All materials that are grossly offensive, defamatory, abrasive, intimidating, offensive, or legally questionable are specifically forbidden. Do not put up anything within a post statement that you desire not for the rest of the world to view or that you don’t wish anyone to recognize came from you.
  • Only convey your statement towards the most relevant topic (s). Do not convey the same statement to multiple topics.
  • In the subject field, specify the subject of your remarks succinctly and plainly. This enables participants to reply more suitably to your publication and makes searching the records by topic easier.
  • In your response, only incorporate the pertinent elements of the initial message. Remove any headers and place your reply just before original submission.
  • Only post a message for the whole discussion board if it includes information that is useful to everyone.
  • Write messages like “thanks for the info” or “me, too” to individual persons rather than to the whole forum.
  • Caution other subject viewers about extended messages by including a line saying “Long Message” in the title tag or at the start of the body text.

Appropriate Topics

Ours is a trade finance discussion forum intended for discussions on the topics mentioned below:

  • Finance for trade
  • Methods used in trade finance
  • Trade finance fueled by new tech.
  • Businesses that provide trade finance services
  • Trade Finance Occupations
  • Activities in the Trade Finance Industry
  • Updates in the industry

Everything else is deemed “off-topic.”

Inappropriate Subjects

Religion & Politics

Posts pertaining to religious and political issues and subjects and comments are not permitted to prevent the unavoidable disagreements that result from these subjects. The following represent the only exclusions to this norm:

  • Common religious phrases include sending and receiving prayers for a sick family member.
  • When applicable to the topic at hand, use of truthful and non-defamatory political labels.
  • Discourse of recently enacted rules or laws affecting individual investors. It should be noted that conversations of suggested statutes or regulations are not permitted.
  • Proposed rules relating to making investments may be mentioned if they are made accessible for general populace comment.

Trolling Subjects

If viewers or readers do not have the option of doing anything with a debate’s subject apart from arguing about it, then the debate or subject should be avoided here. Examples involve: Indian or global economic, governmental, tax, medical services, and climate change policy conspiracy suppositions of any undesired conversations of any other person’s crimes, inadequacies, or dumbness, whether they’re former politicians, public figures, corporate professionals, Fed chairpersons, national “bailout” beneficiaries, and so forth. However, you are free to discuss your own financial decisions.