Following the latest Q3 2022 edition of its quarterly letter of credit (LC) statistics for US banks, Documentary Credit World (DCW) has released its analysis of LC issuance from banks in the country.
According to Edwards, reducing the record-high $1.7 trillion USD global trade finance gap will be amongst the most important considerations facing the trade finance industry in 2023. The trade finance sector is developing several tools to address this issue.
BAFT is the leading global industry association for International Transaction Banking.
The British Exporters Association (BExA) is an independent national trade association representing the interests of the export community.
The Berne Union is the international association for the export credit and investment insurance industry.
FCI is the Global Representative Body for Factoring and Financing of Open Account Domestic and International Trade Receivables
GTR is a world-class independent publishing and events company.
The International Credit Insurance & Surety Association (ICISA) is the global trade association representing the leading providers of trade credit insurance and/or surety bonds worldwide.
Established in 1935, the Institute of Export & International Trade is the professional membership body representing and supporting the interests of everyone involved in importing, exporting and international trade.
The SME Finance Forum was established by the G20 Global Partnership for Financial Inclusion (GPFI) in 2012 as a knowledge center for data, research and best practice in promoting SME finance.
TXF is a leading provider of news, training, events and data products.
World of Open Account (WOA) is a digital community initiated by experts from the receivables finance industry.