$1.4 trillion dollars. Enough money to make anyone pause. That’s the current worth of the global pharmaceutical industry. The COVID-19 pandemic had far-reaching negative ramifications, but it was also a time of notable growth for the pharmaceutical sector.
Structured trade finance is a type of debt finance that structures trade finance products from across the supply chain together. Learn everything you need to know about structured trade finance here.
Now is the time for trade finance institutions to take the lead in efforts to strengthen SME resilience and leave them in a position to be able to bounce back in the aftermath of the pandemic.
Direct to consumer genetic testing has exploded in the past few years. Consumers now more than ever want to be in control of their own health and nothing brings that… read more →
Trade and export finance are sometimes used interchangeably. However, it is important to explain the distinction and how the terms are used. Trade finance is a term universally… read more →
We spoke to Natalie Jonk, the founder of Walacea, a crowdfunding platform for science projects. Natalie previously worked in the pharmaceutical industry, working primarily in a “science behind the sales/compliance… read more →
Trade finance in Africa – where are we headed? An Interview with Ikenna Egbukole, FirstBank of Nigeria
What’s the future of Africa trade finance? Trade finance presents huge opportunities in emerging markets such as Africa. We spoke to Mr Ikenna Egbukole, Head of Structured Trade & Commodity… read more →
The continued spread of Ebola in West Africa has had a big impact on agriculture and mining. It has deterred both funders and traders from doing business. There are also… read more →