The coronavirus focus is now on ensuring countries have free flow of medical supplies, equipment and goods, with the support of MDBs
The impact of the coronavirus crisis is being felt in all corners of the world, slowing down global trade, isolating people, communities and SMEs.
A vast easing of both fiscal and monetary policy in response to the COVID-19 impact. For the trade community, keeping the lights on and continuing to allow international trade has been critical.
Your Monday morning coffee briefing from TFG. Coronavirus continues to ruffle politics all around the world. 2nd March 2020
As the most authoritative voice in the trade finance industry, ICC Banking Commission, maintains a permanent dialogue with regulators and supervising bodies, helping to develop regulations affecting the industry.
2019 has been a fairly promising year of growth for some emerging and developing markets, but with continued regulatory scrutiny, correspondent banking relationships continuing to be a cut, and a sluggish growth forecast for 2020, what does this mean for trade in EDE’s?
Commerzbank continues to strive to adapt to technological innovations of our new ‘digital era’ – as well as ensuring it is up-to-date with all market movements.
TFG heard from Charles Bryan, Secretary General of EESPA. The global market is forecast to encompass 550 billion invoices annually. It is expected to quadruple in size by 2035.
Shop Talk: TFG sat down with Peter Mulroy, Secretary General of FCI, to discuss his views, from an FCI perspective on the factoring and SCF industry in 2019, as well as his thoughts for what could be in stock for 2020. Hold on tight!
TFG structures a £500k revolving trade finance facility for a packaging company for an order of 34 million sustainable glass jars, moving towards a long term sustainable finance facility
Anglo-Gulf Trade Bank (AGTB), the world’s first digital trade bank, announced today that, starting in November 2019, it will be offering qualified businesses registering in Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM), the International Financial Centre in Abu Dhabi, a fast-track process for opening a starter corporate account.
Following the announcement on 9 October 2019 by the African Export-Import Bank (“Afreximbank” or the “Bank”), a supranational financial institution whose purpose is to facilitate, promote and expand intra- and extra- African trade, of its potential intention to publish a registration document, the Bank hereby confirms its intention to proceed with an Initial Public Offering.
Singapore-based Finaxar, announces the partnership with Global eTrade Services (GeTs), a global trade platform company. Finaxar provides its unique Lending-as-a-Service to financial institutions, trade and e-commerce platforms using data-driven methods to provide the fast, tailored financing solutions for SMEs.
The mobile phone revolution was ignited by Apple, but democratized by Google and enabled by an implementation of an open-source operating system, now called Android.
Your Monday morning coffee briefing from TFG. Here are some of the last week’s updates from the trade sector. 16th September 2019.