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
Factoring, as an important method to extend credit, is a type of financial transaction where the creditor assigns its receivables to an assignee at a discount. In recent years, there has been a large growth of factoring transactions around the world.
MSMEs around the globe struggle to obtain financing. Why do these MSME financing constraints exist and is a digital future providing new hope for all those firms that are struggling to stay afloat?
WTO, TFG and ICC have today launched their latest publication ‘Accelerating trade digitalization to support MSME financing’
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.
LONDON, March 16, 2021. Trade Finance Global released its spring issue of Trade Finance Talks entitled ‘A pathway towards sustainable trade finance’.
A three pillar approach to achieving a more sustainable and inclusive future for global trade
Data will be at the centre of a brave new world in trade finance – Natasha Condon, JP Morgan
As MSMEs are weaned off fiscal support, a radical new attitude to how they access working capital will be needed more than ever.
As Africa enters a revolutionary period of intra-continental trade, factoring will be crucial to the growth of MSMEs.
How interactive tools can empower firms to trace vital supplies in times of crisis
Digitalising these documents may seem like a bridge too far for some banks, but the risks of not investing in these technologies are comparatively greater.
The resilience of global supply chains lies with…ANY IDEAS? Alexander Malaket explains what COVID-19 means for future access to trade finance
Ziyang David Fan at World Economic Forum discusses how TradeTech can help build a resilience in global value chains (GVCs)
The very public implosion of a high-flying boutique finance firm has left ripples in the Supply Chain Finance industry. Should we reverse this outcome?