It’s TFG’s first ever Podcast Takeover, and we welcomed Michael Bickers, Editorial Director of BCR Publishing, who Trade Finance Global have partnered with for the BCR Supply Chain Finance Summit APAC on the 15th and 16th of October in Singapore.
Brexit continues to cause changes to the UK construction industry, with impacts ranging from a freeze/slowdown in trade to the decreasing availability of construction workers from overseas. The risky construction sector is showing contraction due to the longer-term uncertainty.
Everyone likes to think that one day, they would be able to buy their own private jet or fleet for their business. The epitome of opulence, one can only imagine what it’s like to have your own private airport queue, your own space to enjoy throughout the flight and a big comfortable chair to relax on (as well as other luxurious features).
Gold has been a medium of exchange around the world for thousands of years. In this regard, we can say gold markets have been around as long as civilization. Gold is still traded today, whether it is individuals buying gold jewellery and selling it when prices or high or traders investing in gold ETF5 or commodities contracts.
In the run up to a potentially ‘no deal’ Brexit, firms offering receivables and trade finance are stepping up their financing efforts in order to cater to those who might… read more →
CHICAGO: In a move to expand client services, RedRidge Diligence Services has appointed Allison Winchester as an Associate Director. In her new role, she will be responsible for overseeing scoping… read more →
Asset protection planning and asset protection vehicles are one of the ways business owners prevent some of the pitfalls and risks of owning assets. Profit and revenues alone are not… read more →
Europe’s alternative finance market has exploded over the last 5 years, now worth an estimated €7.7bn according to the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance. The UK alone has grown by… read more →
Singapore is home to more than 218,000 Small-Medium Enterprises (“SMEs”), defined domestically as firms with annual sales of less than S$100 million or less than 200 employees. These firms employ… read more →
There are more than 200,000 SMEs in Singapore making up 99% of enterprises, employing two-thirds of the workforce, and accounting for about half of Singapore’s GDP. We spoke to Mr… read more →
Digital transformation is certainly reshaping many industries, in particular, financial services. The future of money is now being driven by customer and user experience, artificial intelligence and machine learning. Following… read more →