Trade Finance Global (TFG), the leading trade finance fintech, has been selected to join the inaugural China track of the Mayor of London’s scaleup programme.
TFG, LIBF, FCI and EBRD, launch the International Trade Professionals Programme (ITPP) 2021, following the success of last year’s cohort, at EBRD’s annual conference.
A session by Loh Sin Yong from Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) at TXF’s Global Trade Virtual 2021, explored one potential solution to the now highly paper-reliant trade.
The virtual Summit on the New Global Sanctions Regime organised by City & Financial Global is taking place on the 12th of July of 2021.
President of EBRD, Odile Renaud-Basso, spoke with TFG about COVID-19, sustainable trade and the gender gap in finance for City Week 2021.
The 2nd edition of ITFA’s manual on digital negotiable instruments, produced in collaboration with members of the DNI Initiative and TFG is here!
Eleonore Treu, Hugo Verschoren and Donald Smith, breakdown Letters of Credit and some of the prominent issues surrounding this instrument. Is there a need for a new “Lite” LC product? How to mitigate the complexity and discrepancies inherent to Letters of Credit?
London, UK. The International Trade & Forfaiting Association (ITFA) and Trade Finance Global Trade (TFG) have today launched the LIBOR transition for trade finance hub.
Bankers and traders can now access a fully comprehensive digital platform by VERIDAPT called AdaptSCF that ensures security, reliability and compliance in the digital trade finance world.
The UK and Australia have entered into a momentous trade agreement, the first on the road to the post-Brexit economy. This deal is the first stepping stone on the UK’s journey to joining a wider Asia Pacific trade agreement.
In partnership with ICC Austria, Trade Finance Global’s Editor, Deepesh Patel, hears from Kwabena Ayirebi from AfreximBank and Isaac Mahanke from Standard Bank about trade digitisation, compliance and risk in a post-COVID-19 world.
ICC Austria Talks trade with Trade Finance Global on an Africa focused panel on sustainable trade finance and its increasing importance.
The global macro economic impact of the pandemic and how its prolonged impact on certain sectors and trade was discussed at length in a panel moderated by Jake Jacobson at the BAFT’s 2021 virtual Global Annual Meeting.
In a panel moderated by Christine McWilliams at TXF’s Global Commodity Finance Virtual 2021, which TFG partnered with, this impact was discussed at great depth, looking at how to navigate commodity trade finance in a post-COVID world.
The temporary Trade Credit Reinsurance (TCR), created by the government and the Association of British Insurers (ABI), allowed over half a million businesses to stay afloat, provided certainty to firms across the UK and safeguarded jobs, is now set to come an end on the 30th of June.