The Trade Finance Distribution Initiative (TFDi) recently heard from Trade Finance Global’s (TFG) MD, Global Head of Trade & Receivables Finance, Mark Abrams.
TFG spoke to an expert group of global commodity traders to look at the key developments in commodity markets over the past few months, with a focus on the agri and softs sector.
The guide is aimed at Small and Medium sized Enterprises (SMEs) which are importing or exporting, both overseas and domestically.
TFG has released its latest issue of Trade Finance Talks entitled ‘Coronavirus & The Fourth Industrial Revolution’.
Trade finance has been helping SMEs, middle market businesses, and the corporate sector to manage their financial issues. Here is all you need to know about how it suits your business.
Dubai. The TFG International Trade Awards 2020, in cooperation with BAFT, recognise those who have provided an outstanding contribution to global trade and finance.
TFG are delighted to be Media Partners of the TXF Political Risk & Insurance conference in London on the 4th December, and to ensure you’re up to speed with this ever-changing environment, we caught up with leading experts in CPRI ahead of the conference.
TFG caught up with Steve Lotito, Managing Director & Head of Trade Finance-North America, Transaction Banking at MUFG. Steve is also in the Board of Directors of BAFT. There are many challenges and opportunities facing the trade finance business that requires daily attention to the most senior Business Heads.
We caught with Trade Finance Global’s Head of Trade Finance, Mark Abrams, discussing the latest on mid market access to trade and receivables finance, in light of trade wars and geopolitical uncertainty, particularly Brexit. The interview was held at ExCred Commodities in London.
LONDON, September 19, 2019. Trade Finance Global released its third issue of Trade Finance Talks entitled ‘Tradetech & Trade Wars’ – the Sibos edition.
An Essex based Vegetable and Fat Trader & Shipper, which has been trading for 38 years, has secured a £1.3m structured line of credit by GapCap, facilitated by Trade Finance Global (TFG).
Within the current macroeconomic and geopolitical climate, there
are significant opportunities to enhance Anglo-Chinese relations. Brexit and the China-US trade war have fundamentally changed the chessboard.
In collaboration with ICC United Kingdom and East & Partners, Trade Finance Global today released its whitepaper at the ICC Beijing Annual Conference: State of the Supply Chain Finance Market 2019, focussing on the UK – China trade corridor.
We heard about the global state of the SCF market. Collaborators: Dr Rebecca Harding, Mark Abrams and Simon Kleine
It is understandable that aluminum buyers are nervous about future price movements after falling nearly 9% in price from their high in early January. Aluminium markets took almost a 10%… read more →