Dubai’s undeniable growth in trade, logistics and the financing of international commerce has made it one of the most desirable trade destinations in the world. This is why I invested more time with members of the ITFA Middle East committee in 2022.
To learn more about how the trade credit industry is building further resilience, Trade Finance Global’s (TFG) Deepesh Patel spoke with Marc Meyer, SVP subject matter expert, Tinubu at ExCred International’s London conference.
Your Monday morning coffee briefing from TFG, 3rd April 2023
Persistent structural gaps within and between the world’s economies will decisively influence trade in the years ahead. This was one of the key findings in the latest Future of Trade report.
The 52-page ICC DSI report identifies and defines the key data elements held within each of the seven identified key trade documents: namely, the certificate of origin, customs declaration, packing list, bill of lading, commercial invoice, warehouse receipt, and insurance certificate.
TFG spoke to the Honourable Mary Ng, Minister of International Trade Export Promotion, Small Business and Economic Development to discuss the Canadian government’s role in international trade and supporting women in the workplace.
As we have seen over the past few years, progress is not linear. In almost every aspect of life, two steps forward are often accompanied by one step back.
Australia is a very attractive destination in this sense, as the Australian government has a very open policy towards foreign investors.
The specifics of African sovereign debt are incredibly nuanced and require a deep dive into country-specific situations and multilateral relationships. To get a better understanding of this subject, Trade Finance Global’s (TFG) Deepesh Patel sat down with Robert Besseling, CEO of Pangea-Risk at ExCred International in London.
At Excred International, Trade Finance Global’s (TFG) Deepesh Patel sat down with Maëlia Dufour, director international relations, business development, rating, environment and climate at Bpifrance and president of the Berne Union, to learn more about the intricacies of the trade credit industry.
As uncertainty remains in global supply chains and trade finance, the International Trade and Forfaiting Association’s (ITFA) Lynn Galkoski, Director, Trade Product & Portfolio Management with BNY Mellon Treasury Services shares her insights on trends that may arise this year.
To learn more about some of the emerging trends in the trade finance ecosystem, Trade Finance Global (TFG) spoke with Elena Sankova, global solution consultant and head of European pre-sales for working capital and cash management at Finastra.
Having a sustainable approach to supply chain and logistics is proven to have numerous long-term benefits for businesses. Relying on efficient and eco-friendly transportation methods can reduce costs associated with fuel consumption, maintenance fees, and other expenses related to traditional delivery methods.
While at the ITFA and BCR: Trade & Investment Forum 2023, Trade Finance Global’s Deepesh Patel was happy to sit down and talk to Lord Holmes of Richmond MBE to discuss what the UK government is doing to support this digital transition.
This past week, Trade Finance Global (TFG) stopped by the inaugural ITFA and BCR: Trade & Investment Forum 2023 to learn more about making trade an investible asset class.