As more companies look for ways to expand into new markets, surety bonds provide a valuable safeguard and financial advantage.
13 common Letter of Credit and Bill of Lading frauds: Learning from the Solo Industries and Saad Group fraud cases
At the IIBLP’s Dubai Trade Law & Compliance Conference held in Dubai on 15 March 2022, one of the panellists referred to the Solo Industries fraud in a panel discussion addressing the recent Singapore case, Credit Agricole Corporate & Investment Bank (CACIB), Singapore branch v. PPT Energy Trading Co.
Your Monday coffee briefing from TFG – Trade digitisation: the legal framework that will facilitate efficient trade
With the expanding use of economic sanctions within and across jurisdictions, lawyers have to consider not just the wording of the relevant economic sanctions but also how regulators will interpret whether certain activity is compliant or not and how courts will reach conclusions.
To learn more about the current credit insurance landscape and insurance provider Swiss Re’s expansion into the North American market, Trade Finance Global (TFG) sat down with Basil Louvaris, Trade Finance North America Geographic Lead at Swiss Re Corporate Solutions, the primary insurance arm of Swiss Re.
Trade Finance Global’s (TFG) Annie Kovacevic sat down with Finastra’s Anastasia Mcalpine (AM) and Contour’s Josh Kroeker (JK) to find out the importance to have fintech companies collaborating more frequently.
PODCAST | Hipotekarna Banka on trade finance, multilateral support, digital transition in Montenegro
Trade Finance Global (TFG) discusses avenues to promote more accessible trade finance tools in South-East Europe.
Structured trade finance is a type of debt finance that structures trade finance products from across the supply chain together. Learn everything you need to know about structured trade finance here.
The SWIFT MT 799 and SWIFT MT 760 are both widely used in trade finance but have some important differences. If you want to learn about these differences, you’ve come to the right place.
✍️ In this article, Carter Klein of Jenner & Block talks about independent vs. accessory guarantees, corporate guarantees in the US, and the cases of Shanghai Shipyard and Bank Audi.
Technology for humans: the potential of open-source digital platforms to unlock trade finance liquidity
With technology revolutionising almost every area of business, TFG asked a number of fintech experts whether it also has a role to play in streamlining how trade finance applications are handled and processed to help unlock more trade finance liquidity.
Robert Meters, director of Schumann International Limited, discusses the current and long-term impacts of the conflict on receivables finance and credit risk management.
Letters of credit explained: How can they help your trading business grow, and how do you apply for one?
Letters of credit are one of the most commonly used trade finance instruments, and they are a great way to increase security and mitigate risk during a trade transaction
In this article, SACE’s Irene Gambelli discusses the support provided by Italy’s export credit agency to SMEs during and after the pandemic, with an increasing focus on green finance
Trade Finance Global (TFG) is pleased to announce that it will act as a media partner for the ICISA Surety Week 2022, a new event from the International Credit Insurance & Surety Association (ICISA).