The pandemic has undoubtedly had countless negative implications for the global community. However, amidst all the turmoil there have been some silver linings.
MSMEs around the globe struggle to obtain financing. Why do these MSME financing constraints exist and is a digital future providing new hope for all those firms that are struggling to stay afloat?
A three pillar approach to achieving a more sustainable and inclusive future for global trade
Cooperation between credit insurers, export credit agencies and governments prove how far we have come since 2008.
As MSMEs are weaned off fiscal support, a radical new attitude to how they access working capital will be needed more than ever.
From vaccine roll outs to growth in emerging markets, there are plenty of reasons to stay positive this year.
As Africa enters a revolutionary period of intra-continental trade, factoring will be crucial to the growth of MSMEs.
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
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.
Plain sailing ahead for UK freeports? Probably not. TFG’s McKenzie summarises the key points from the UK budget and what it means for trade.
Initially, the pandemic led to a sudden, sharp shock which caused a multitude of challenges to business continuity. What’s in stock for 2021?
Results from the Berne Union Business Confidence Survey for the first quarter of 2021 indicate that demand for export credit insurance continues to increase.
UK Export Finance (UKEF) is launching a new guarantee scheme that will help importers of UK goods and services obtain easier access to financing up to £30 million.