The Trade Finance Distribution Initiative (TFDi) recently heard from Trade Finance Global’s (TFG) MD, Global Head of Trade & Receivables Finance, Mark Abrams.
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.
As Iain Martin of the Times said, “To deny the downsides of Brexit on trade with the EU is to deny reality.”
The decision to secede from the world’s largest single market area was bound to have some short-term economic consequences, but the UK may be experiencing more than a short-term decline.
Ever since China opened its doors to trade with the world nearly twenty years ago, it’s been touted as the next global economic superpower.
Your Monday morning coffee briefing from TFG: RELEASED: Trade Finance Talks – Supply chain disruption: the new global food crisis
After five days of ‘marathon talks,’ some hard negotiating and plenty of encouragement from Director-General, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala at MC12, WTO members have managed to secure a historic package of trade deals for member states.
TFG has partnered with The Economist Impact Events’ 2nd Annual Global Trade Week. During Wednesday’s panel session “How can digital trade agreements help?” panellists explored the use of digital trade agreements and how their evolution can help to promote the free flow of data, improve human welfare, and inspire trust.
TFG has partnered with The Economist Impact Events’ 2nd Annual Global Trade Week. During the fireside chat ‘What is the outlook for the inflationary environment?’ The Economist spoke with Gary Cohn, vice chairman of IBM, to discuss his thoughts on the causes of inflation, and what policy changes are needed to tackle it.
The latest issue of TFG’s Trade Finance Talks, ‘Supply chain disruption: the new global food crisis’ is out now!
Your Monday morning coffee briefing from TFG: China trade sector poised for decline, UK appoints new trade commissioner to Africa…
Just as China’s trade sector recovers from a fresh wave of COVID-19 lockdowns, the world’s largest exporter now faces a slimmer order book amidst weakening global sentiment and increased belt-tightening measures linked to inflation.
Your Monday morning coffee briefing from TFG:
2022 WTO conference extended to try and end deadlock
Despite port congestion woes, COVID-19 lockdowns in Asia and vessel availability issues, the container shipping sector remains in boom territory. TFG investigates.
LIBF’s Alex Gray discusses how trade finance education has evolved since the pandemic.
The WTO Director-General has extended the WTO Ministerial Conference by a day in a bid to secure some form of agreement around trade deals. With a potential food security crisis looming for developed countries, can an eleventh hour agreement be reached?