If you blinked and put your feet up this bank holiday weekend, you probably missed out on a few important milestones for digitalizing trade.
Trade Finance Global (TFG) is excited to announce that we have partnered with Trade and Export Finance (TXF) for two of their upcoming 2021 flagship conferences
In the last 25 years, trade and its financing have increasingly come to rely on the internet and new tools such as connectors, digital payments, and cybersecurity.
ESG. Environmental, Social and Governance. Three words we hear more and more. But what does it actually mean?
We spoke to BACB’s new Money Laundering Reporting Officer on the new risks when combating fraud, and the role new technologies can play in fighting financial crime.
We take a dive into the world of Letters of Credit (LCs) and Standby Letters of Credit – some of the essential tools in cross-border trade transactions.
Trade credit insurance remains critical in the economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. Here’s why.
An introduction to the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Sustainable Trade Finance working group
As MSMEs are weaned off fiscal support, a radical new attitude to how they access working capital will be needed more than ever.
2021 is likely to witness an acceleration of ongoing geopolitical shifts, while some emerging markets may experience significant growth tailwinds
The most important IT investments of companies, banks, and financial institutions are in collaboration with business partners, digital transformation, big data, and analytics, as well as artificial intelligence and machine learning.
From multi-nationals to micro-enterprises, how EDC is helping Canadian businesses meet the sustainability expectations of their consumers
As we begin to imagine what a “new normal” may look like, ECAs will need to remember their role as catalysts for global recovery
Operations everywhere have been impacted by the pandemic, though the obstacles faced in collateral management remain particularly challenging.
There are several indicators to suggest that commodity markets, especially oil, gas, and metals, will continue to boom over 2021, which will have important implications for Africa’s extractive sectors and trade.