As we sail through the choppy waters of global trade in 2024, we find ourselves in a world transformed by both financial and geopolitical shifts.
Small-and-Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) in Uzbekistan enhanced through line of credit from ITFC & Asia Alliance Bank (AAB).
Hear from Absa about the impact of the global trade finance gap and how it relates to the originate-to-distribute model.
Discover how the SBA is committed to helping small businesses enter the international trade market on this episode of Trade Finance Talks.
Societe Generale and IFC partner to provide enhanced financial solutions for developing countries, focusing on clean energy, water and SMEs.
In this episode of Trade Finance Talks, TFG’s Deepesh Patel, spoke with Dominic Broom, Senior Vice President of Working Capital Technology at Arqit, exploring the imperative of striking a balance between the advantages of digital transformation and safeguarding critical data.
In the world of finance for micro and small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), there’s a clear division between two crucial groups: Capital Deployers and Capital Providers. On one side, we have micro, small, and medium enterprises in emerging markets, brimming with potential due to growing local demand and export opportunities.
Sustainability is one of the most used terms in the trade finance industry in 2023. While everyone knows what it means, and most know what the challenges are behind implementing sustainable actions, there is a clear issue with implementing tangible solutions.
Businesses and public authorities across the EU may be facing tougher laws on late payments, with the European Commission proposing a new regulation enforcing maximum 30-day terms.
At the 2023 ITFA Annual Conference in Abu Dhabi, Trade Finance Global (TFG) was able to speak to some of the top names in trade finance, learning about the latest trends and developments in the industry.
In a recent episode of the CII podcasts, Mark Abrams, MD, and Global Head of Trade & Receivables Finance at Trade Finance Global (TFG), engaged in a thought-provoking conversation with Jayant Sriram, an ex-journalist. The episode discusses crucial aspects of international trade and finance, shedding light on challenges and innovative solutions shaping the industry.
The FCI 55th Annual Meeting in Marrakech marked an important moment in receivables finance as the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT) launched the Model Law on Factoring.
Europe remains one of the most important continents for African trade, but recent years have seen a decline relative to other regions, with a notable uptick in flows from China and MEA regions.
Today, at its annual conference, UK Export Finance (UKEF) announced the introduction of more flexible, fast-track financing for SMEs, aiming to facilitate easier access to international markets for UK firms.… read more →
Originally designed as a risk management tool among banks, trade asset distribution has now transformed into an indispensable means for capital and liquidity optimisation, inviting a broad spectrum of non-bank investors.