TFG’s Annie Kovacevic sat down with Gordon Cessford, president of Atradius US and regional head of Atradius in North America to understand more about political risks, emerging markets, and digitalisation.
Your weekly coffee briefing from TFG: E-rules for trade explained – URDTT, eURC, and eUCP
At what point can a business acknowledge foreign exchange (FX) in their procure to pay (P2P) process, and at what cost?
Your Monday morning coffee briefing from TFG: TFG partners with UKEF and DIT to create a trade and export finance guide
TFG spoke to two leading policymakers at the G20 on how to improve financial inclusion for SMEs.
The digitisation of the trade finance industry has brought considerable change to the market in recent years.
The shift toward tech has had many positive impacts; increasing operational efficiency, reducing paper-based processes, and minimising costs. Moreover, digital innovation is showing no signs of slowing down, opening the trade ecosystem to endless possibilities.
Trade Finance Global has partnered with UKEF, the UK government’s export credit agency, and DIT to produce the UK Trade & Export Finance Guide.
Trade Finance Global (TFG) are proud to once again partner with International Trade and Forfaiting Association (ITFA) at their 48th annual conference in Porto. In preparation for the conference, TFG caught up with ITFA’s Chairman, Sean Edwards, to discuss some of the key themes.
Africa is a dynamic and exciting market of opportunities waiting to be unlocked. Innovation, entrepreneurial mindedness, and the willingness to embrace change for the good of all make this continent and its people as unique as its emerging payments story.
Artificial intelligence. The metaverse. What do these tools have in common for supply chains? These are the technological building blocks for the future of the global supply chain – a fully digitised, connected, self-orchestrated ecosystem where even consumers hold decision-making power.
In 2019, FCI formed a working group called “Receivables as an Investable Asset Class” (RIAC). It was comprised of FCI members and companies who operate as funds supporting the
The last decade has seen a substantial change in global trade bank attitudes towards innovation and collaboration.
With the trade finance gap at an all-time high, some tech companies are creating novel solutions to help combat the wide-scale fraud that has challenged the sector for many years, making it a more attractive space for lenders once again.
TFG spoke to Jesse Chenard of MonetaGo to find out more.
The Trade Finance Distribution Initiative (TFDi) recently heard from Trade Finance Global’s (TFG) MD, Global Head of Trade & Receivables Finance, Mark Abrams.
Your Monday morning coffee briefing from TFG: China trade sector poised for decline, UK appoints new trade commissioner to Africa…