At ICC United Kingdom’s annual conference, International Trade and Prosperity Week, TFG’s Deepesh Patel was joined by Chris Southworth, Secretary General at ICC United Kingdom, to discuss the importance for the business of limiting global temperature increase to 1.5° C and what the ICC is doing to support the sustainable transition.
To talk about Absa’s sustainability plans, Trade Finance Global’s Brian Canup spoke with Msizi Khoza, Managing Executive ESG, Absa and Ovizikhungo Sicwetsha, Pan African Head, Short Term Finance, Absa.
In this video, Neal Harm, (incoming) Secretary General of FCI, sat down with Peter Mulroy, (outgoing) Secretary General of FCI and Daniela Bonzanini, (outgoing) FCI Chairwoman reflect on the organisation’s evolution, strategic initiatives, and the future of factoring.
Co-presenters Deepesh Patel and Deutsche Bank’s Clarissa Dann co-hosted an interview on Trade Finance TV, exploring how the age-old techniques around distributing trade finance assets are changing to adapt to the current market dynamics.
Global trade has shown remarkable robustness in the past few years, even under progressively difficult operational circumstances. While there’s a gradual downturn underway, there are still promising factors.
The FCI 55th Annual Meeting in Marrakech marked an important moment in receivables finance as the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT) launched the Model Law on Factoring.
Europe remains one of the most important continents for African trade, but recent years have seen a decline relative to other regions, with a notable uptick in flows from China and MEA regions.
London, United Kingdom – Trade Finance Global (TFG) is thrilled to announce our Women in Trade, Treasury & Payments 2024 campaign, taking place on 7 March 2024, at the Lansdowne Club in London.
Today, the European Parliament approved a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between the EU and New Zealand. The FTA will eliminate all tariffs on EU exports to New Zealand upon its implementation.… read more →
Trade has been the engine of economic growth in London for centuries. From the founding of the city by the Romans down to its modern, finance-focused incarnation, the capital has been defined by its interaction with other nations and peoples via trade.
Trade finance providers have a critical role to play in the low-carbon transition. Through their lending decisions, they hold massive influence in some of the most carbon-intensive companies and supply chains, and they can use this leverage to push for much-needed progress on climate.
Your Monday morning coffee briefing from TFG, 20th November 2023.
According to Ravi Menon, the Monetary Authority of Singapore’s (MAS) managing director, Singapore is set to trial the live issue and utilisation of wholesale central bank digital currencies (CBDCs) in… read more →
Digital fuel management technology is making the mining industry less carbon-intensive and more profitable amid a mass shift to renewables-generated energy.