The most important IT investments of companies, banks, and financial institutions are in collaboration with business partners, digital transformation, big data, and analytics, as well as artificial intelligence and machine learning.
Collaboration with the scientific community stands to fast track technology in insurance and surety. We should be doing more to build these bridges.
As Africa enters a revolutionary period of intra-continental trade, factoring will be crucial to the growth of MSMEs.
From multi-nationals to micro-enterprises, how EDC is helping Canadian businesses meet the sustainability expectations of their consumers
As we begin to imagine what a “new normal” may look like, ECAs will need to remember their role as catalysts for global recovery
How interactive tools can empower firms to trace vital supplies in times of crisis
Digitalising these documents may seem like a bridge too far for some banks, but the risks of not investing in these technologies are comparatively greater.
The resilience of global supply chains lies with…ANY IDEAS? Alexander Malaket explains what COVID-19 means for future access to trade finance
Operations everywhere have been impacted by the pandemic, though the obstacles faced in collateral management remain particularly challenging.
Ziyang David Fan at World Economic Forum discusses how TradeTech can help build a resilience in global value chains (GVCs)
With all eyes on financing, we should be careful not to disregard the role of payments in helping MSMEs plug into the global economy.
Your Monday morning coffee briefing from TFG. The OECD upgraded its forecasts for global growth this year, mainly due to the sizeable $1.9t stimulus in the US. UK exports to the EU fell by a record 40.7% in January following the end of the post-Brexit transition period.
The first half of 2021 should be similar to the year 2020, marked by the strongest global recession since the end of the Second World War.
As the COVID-19 pandemic unfolded in the first quarter of 2020, governments around the world were forced to take drastic actions to counter the socio-economic challenges posed by the crisis.
New research by Barclays Corporate Banking reveals the premium international consumers are prepared to pay for products ‘made in Britain’