How do fintechs work with banks, and how can we rethink the customer journey for trade finance? TFG spoke to industry experts, in partnership with Finastra.
The next generation of technology-led financial services innovators are disrupting the industry in a big way, and TFG’s Deepesh Patel caught up with Natalie Ceeney CBE, Chair of Innovate Finance, at WCBI.
In this interview series, we heard from 3 FinTech experts and assessed the real, viable applications of these technologies within international trade and open account.
HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam, 11th June. Deepesh Patel, Editorial Director of TFG, spoke today on the Evolution of Receivables Finance at FCI’s 51st Annual Meeting held in Vietnam. Speaking on a panel chaired by Lionel Taylor, Trade Advisory Network, alongside Editorial Directors of BCR Publishing and Business Money, the panel gave an observer view on the evolution of factoring in Southeast Asia.
Shortly after joining as a member of ITFA in 2019, Trade Finance Global (TFG) heard from 6 interesting fintech startups in the trade and receivables ecosystem, participating in the ITFA Fintech Discovery Day in Helsinki.
We heard from Andrés Abumohor, the Co-Founder and COO of OmniBnk, a neobank that provides financial services to SMEs in Latin America. Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) create close to… read more →
An interview with Vittorio De Angelis, Executive Chairman at Velotrade. The invoice financing market has been driven by growing European countries with an annual organic growth of around 10% per… read more →
A few new technologies are now being leveraged by retail and high street banks in an attempt to maintain reduce operational costs, ensure security when trading, and facilitate the use… read more →
The explosion of fintech has certainly disrupted the financial services sector. From ATMs to facial recognition, we explore the key events in the history of fintech and what developments are… read more →
The United Kingdom, and in particular London, has been at the helm of entrepreneurship within Europe, even rivalling Silicon Valley. Of Europe’s technology start-ups worth $1bn of more, the UK… read more →