Your Monday morning coffee briefing from TFG: TFG partners with UKEF and DIT to create a trade and export finance guide
The digitisation of the trade finance industry has brought considerable change to the market in recent years.
The shift toward tech has had many positive impacts; increasing operational efficiency, reducing paper-based processes, and minimising costs. Moreover, digital innovation is showing no signs of slowing down, opening the trade ecosystem to endless possibilities.
In 2019, FCI formed a working group called “Receivables as an Investable Asset Class” (RIAC). It was comprised of FCI members and companies who operate as funds supporting the
The last decade has seen a substantial change in global trade bank attitudes towards innovation and collaboration.
we.trade, a blockchain-based trade finance network owned by 12 European banks and IBM, told shareholders in May that it had run out of cash.
On April 12, 2022, the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the World Economic Forum (WEF) formally launched their latest joint publication The Promise of TradeTech: Policy approaches to harness trade digitalization.
When the rouble plummets, where do Russians put their money? TFG’s Marcus Lankford investigates…
In this article, Ed Lam and Pamela Mar offer a roadmap to a digital future for supply chains and trade finance, with a focus on Asian SMEs
In this article, ITFA’s Andre Casterman reveals the secret ingredients of fintech success
In this article, Gunnar Collin, head of sales and marketing at Enigio, talks about the development of trace:original – a digital original document in its true sense
In most countries, small and medium enterprises are important contributors to economic welfare. This is the main reason why a digitalized trade system can open more opportunities to further SME growth.
In the wake of the ICC Uniform Rules for Digital Trade Transactions (URDTT) due to publish next month in October, we explore the meaning of a digital trade transaction – underlying assumptions, regulatory framework and future expectations.
New potential applications of blockchain technology through the lifecycle of the trade are in constant development. However, so much input and so much promise is detaching us from the most immediate and practical ways of adopting this technology in trade finance.
Trade Finance Global is pleased to announce it will be a media partner for the Agri-D Convention 2021 taking place on the 12th of November 2021.
In this episode of Trade Finance Talks, we discussed the realities of implementing the United Nations Model Law on Electronic Transferable Records into local markets – an incredibly important advancement in accepting electronic signatures.