The latest issue of TFG’s Trade Finance Talks, ‘SME trade finance: flying under the radar’ is out now!
Trade loans are used to finance transactions involving import or export trading and reflecting different stages in the commodity trade cycle, from pre-export financing to borrowing base facilities.
All trade loans, however, are used to finance imports, exports, or other trading transactions.
TFG spoke to one of the world’s largest factoring associations to find out how trade receivables can help solve the liquidity crunch caused by supply chain disruption.
The supply chain crunch needs liquidity to oil its wheels. Will the current commodities price surge be enough to lure lenders back into the trade finance business?
Your Monday morning coffee briefing from TFG: Euro hits parity with US dollar for the first time in 20 years
Fraudbusters – MonetaGo’s CEO on tackling duplicate financing fraud in trade finance via the Trade Finance Registry
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.
Elitza Kavrakova from Raiffeisen Bank International AG discusses how, despite years of discussion, commercial bankers have not seen much improvement in the process of de-risking.
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.
Given the critical role credit insurance and surety plays within trade and export finance, TFG spoke with Tinubu about the role of artificial intelligence and distributed ledger technologies in future-proofing the industry.
The latest issue of TFG’s Trade Finance Talks, ‘Supply chain disruption: the new global food crisis’ is out now!
Fintech growth over the last five years has been exponential, with investment in UK fintech hitting £27.5 bn in 2021 – but the high reward also means high risk.
MonetaGo selected by the Association of Banks in Singapore to deliver Trade Finance Registry and combat duplicate invoice fraud
Financial technology solutions provider MonetaGo has been selected by the Association of Banks in Singapore (ABS) to deliver the Trade Finance Registry (TFR), an interoperable industry utility that bridges information silos between banks to combat duplicate financing fraud.
Certified Documentary Credit Specialist Ravi Jinugu explains the motivations and rationale for variation of Incoterms® rules.
TFG spoke to two leading trade credit risk management experts, Marian Berden and Robert Meters of Schumann on how technology has the potential to help business avoid some of the costs and stresses associated with current economic conditions.
Correspondent banks are a key part of cross-border payments facilitating the flow of trade between different jurisdictions.