In recent years, de-risking has become a common practice among financial institutions worldwide. Some institutions take on the role of withdrawing funds, while others are left with limited leverage and resources to ensure the continuity of their client’s international operations.
Deepesh Patel, editor at Trade Finance Global, spoke to Enno-Burghard Weitzel, SVP Strategy, Digitization & Business Development at Surecomp, in a webinar entitled “Taking trade finance digital – buy vs build.”
To break down the intricacies of factoring and to provide an overview of the UAE law, Trade Finance Global (TFG) spoke to Marek Dubovec, director at the International Law Institute and professor at the University of Arizona.
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the Italian government have partnered to support Ukraine in the midst of the Russian invasion. Italy and the EBRD have signed… read more →
Lenders across the world are grappling with the trade finance asset class. In Singapore, a string of legal cases has left banks facing the prospect of staggering losses with the nature of the trade finance asset class, as secure and self-liquidating, facing an existential crisis.
Factoring is a relatively new product for the Georgian market, developing in 2007. The factoring market in Georgia began with the technical advisory support of European Bank for Reconstruction and Development’s (EBRD) Trade Facilitation Programme (TPF) to facilitate and pilot the implementation of factoring with a Georgian bank.
UNCTAD will host the third UN Trade Forum on 8 and 9 May 2023 to identify trade policies that can help countries grow their economies while tackling pressing global challenges… read more →