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In a world where roughly 15% of trade is protected by insurance, eyes are often on the trade credit insurance stage.
The credit political risk insurance (CPRI) industry helps lenders and corporates with lending capacity and regulatory capital risk. Credit insurance underpins global trade and finance, managing both concentration risk and country limits.
To understand how firms and instructions operate in the trade credit insurance industry and the role that technology may play in altering this landscape, TFG’s Deepesh Patel sat down with Gary Lowe, global head of the Global Credit Insurance Group at Standard Chartered, Jérôme Pezé, CEO at Tinubu, Janusz Władyczak, CEO at KUKE, the Polish export credit agency (ECA), and Richard Wulff, executive director at ICISA.
Your Monday morning coffee briefing from TFG: TFG partners with UKEF and DIT to create a trade and export finance guide
Trade Finance Global has partnered with UKEF, the UK government’s export credit agency, and DIT to produce the UK Trade & Export Finance Guide.
TFG joins forces with Tinubu on trade credit insurance virtual tradecast taking place on the 14th of September.
TFG spoke to the acting head of the Berne Union to find out what he believes they can do to affect wider issues like climate change.
Trade Finance Global announces the winners of the 2022 International Trade Awards in cooperation with BAFT in Washington, DC.
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
Nominations for the Trade Finance Global International Trade Awards 2022, in cooperation with BAFT, the leading international transaction banking association, are now open.
SERV, the export credit agency of the Swiss government, has successfully co-insured part of a major Turkish infrastructure project worth €1.5 billion.
In this article, Viviane Gnuan-Stehli, communications manager at SERV, explains how the co-insurance deal, worth €130 million, was delivered.
The UK and ten major trading partners have agreed to end export credit support for unabated coal-fired power plants
The latest IPCC report drives further urgency to ECAs’ plans to increase funding for green and sustainable deals and to rebalance portfolios with long-dated carbon-intensive assets
From multi-nationals to micro-enterprises, how EDC is helping Canadian businesses meet the sustainability expectations of their consumers
As an island nation reliant on global supply chains, trade is essential if the UK is to overcome the unprecedented economic challenge posed by COVID-19.