Following warnings to UK government Ministers around exporters being locked out of the Coronavirus Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILs) by banks, the UK government has clarified its position.
As airlines struggle with their cashflows as a result of the travel slump brought about by Covid-19, TFG’s Flora Tan spoke to Ocorian’s Conor Blake, examining the impacts.
For years microcredit has been used as a tool to fight both poverty and gender inequality. However, over the years, many researchers have concluded the Microcredit might not be the miraculous solution to these issues.
Flexport’s unique visibility into client shipments down to the SKU level through its digital platform provides them with a unique perspective on risk relative to banks offering financing. This insight… read more →
Reports find that there are extensive ties between british billionaire Sanjeev Gupta’s acquired bank, Wyelands and his family’s wider business empire, the GFG Alliance. This strong link is raising questions over how the bank is appropriating savers’ deposits.
“There remains significant capital trapped within the supply chains of S&P 1500 companies, with a potential to release an estimated $460 billion through working capital optimization programs”.
Personal Guarantees 101. TFG heard from Todd Davison at Purbeck Insurance Services on personal guarantees and what this means for raising finance for a company
Transaction banking services are often overlooked avenues of revenue at the top level of investment banking
Europe’s alternative finance market has exploded over the last 5 years, now worth an estimated €7.7bn according to the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance. The UK alone has grown by… read more →
I had the pleasure of interviewing Sergio Domingues, Managing Director of the State of Georgia Europe Office based in Munich, Germany. Georgia has had a footprint in Europe for over… read more →
UK Trade Envoy to Iran, Lord Norman Lamont said in an exclusive interview with Trade Finance Global that Trump’s sanctions are having a huge impact on global trade, causing a… read more →
In modern days, real estate is becoming more and more a part of an investor’s portfolio. Ibbotson and Siegel (1983) estimated that more than half of global wealth is in… read more →
There are a number of different types of finance which can facilitate the trading of goods and services both globally and domestically. The trade finance industry also supports and accommodates… read more →