Businesses and public authorities across the EU may be facing tougher laws on late payments, with the European Commission proposing a new regulation enforcing maximum 30-day terms.
Today, the OECD released their International Trade Statistics report for Q2 2023. The report offers an insight into the global trade landscape, highlighting significant shifts and trends. With a decline in G20 merchandise trade and a marked slowdown in services trade, the report paints a complex picture of international commerce.
In preparation for the upcoming International Maritime Organization (IMO) meeting, a Paris summit convened by the French presidency has garnered support from over 20 countries and regional organisations for a… read more →
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.
Chief executive of gas grid operator Enagas, Arturo Gonzalo Aizpiri told reporters on Thursday that the European Union funds could finance 30% – 50% of the underwater hydrogen pipeline to… read more →
Alex Gray, head of trade finance at The London Institute of Banking & Finance, explains why the staff at trade banks will have an important role to play in gathering and utilising ESG data from supply chains
In light of the current landscape, Trade Finance Global (TFG) were delighted to have the opportunity to speak with Liliana Fratini Passi, Managing Director, CBI, about how innovating and collaborating may be the way forward.
The world of trade is changing. Increasingly, the topic of environmental responsibility is taking centre stage, with discourse specifically circling around how the finance industry can implement sustainability measures more effectively.
Fears continue to grow over a potential global food security crisis as European farmers struggle to save their crops from extreme weather events.
After record-high gas prices and extreme price volatility in Q4 2021, European policymakers are now warming to the idea of a procurement rethink
As the clocks struck midnight, we looked back at over 700 articles, handpicking our favourite stories that made the headlines in 2021
A new report by Euler Hermes has found that the UK economy is “trapped by policy choices” going into the end of 2021 and beginning of 2022.
An agreement has been reached by Denmark, the US, and 12 other countries on delivering a net-zero global maritime industry by 2050. Led by Denmark, the ‘Declaration on Zero Emission… read more →
Euler Hermes’ newest research found that 15% of the UK’s SMEs are at risk of insolvency in the next four years. Additionally, the research also highlights the impact and success… read more →