Today TFG is delighted to announce the launch of its global customs hub.
Trade Finance Global (TFG) are proud to once again partner with International Trade and Forfaiting Association (ITFA) at their 48th annual conference in Porto. In preparation for the conference, TFG caught up with ITFA’s Chairman, Sean Edwards, to discuss some of the key themes.
From former US President Donald Trump’s trade war with China to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s controversial visit to Taiwan in August, ties between the US and China have been delicate in recent years.
Presented by Trade Finance Global and Tinubu TFG has joined forces with Tinubu to present a virtual tradecast, looking at 4 different sectors of the trade credit insurance industry, and… read more →
To the untrained eye, trade finance can seem like an intimidating assortment of industry terms and acronyms that were designed to be confusing. Those in the industry know that confusion… read more →
Cash flow is an absolutely essential part of running a business – and smaller companies and startups can underappreciate it. There are many examples of businesses with tremendous interest in… read more →
The Berne Union released its latest Business Confidence Survey this week amid mounting geopolitical uncertainty. This latest rendition of the quarterly report shows that demand for export credit insurance is… read more →
When considering the world’s best mobile phone markets, your mind likely jumps to cities like Tokyo or Toronto, long before it reaches the likes of Kinshasa or Kampala.
With the seller not only contracting for carriage to the buyer’s country but also contracting for delivery to occur there – the difference between the C rules and the D rules – the seller not only bears the transit risk but potentially puts itself in jeopardy of breaching the sales contract.
With commodities like food and energy resources scarcening in the face of climate change and the Ukraine-Russia conflict, all eyes are turning towards Africa as a possible solution.
Dock workers at the UK’s largest container port have gone on strike for the first time in 30 years. About 1,900 members of the Unite union at Felixstowe in Suffolk… read more →
Lloyds bank announced that they reached a key milestone in digitising trade by completing the UK’s first digital promissory note purchase. The transaction was completed using Enigio’s trace:original technology, in… read more →
A new report on Thursday claimed that China is willing to cooperate with countries along the China-Europe Railway Express lines, jointly promoting the construction of major infrastructure projects. This will… read more →
Middle Eastern states are to land a $1.3 trillion windfall from extra oil revenues over the next four years, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). On Friday, the IMF… read more →
The course of this last year has seen a fluctuation within fuel markets. Like many other countries, India has experienced similar trends. India’s crude oil imports from Russia fell in… read more →