Your Monday morning coffee briefing from TFG: Key to digitalisation – reducing the trade finance gap without creating unfair biases
Female-owned export companies are being unfairly excluded from receiving trade finance loans, and more needs to be done to remove gender bias from the decision-making process, according to experts at this year’s World Trade Symposium.
Energy security has been heavily discussed in recent weeks, with the narrative changing almost daily.
This article will review the state of the market and provide an overview of everything you need to know about oil and gas in Europe.
Your Monday morning coffee briefing from TFG: Winners of International Trade Awards 2022 in cooperation with BAFT announced
The latest issue of TFG’s Trade Finance Talks, ‘Trade on a knife’s edge’, is out now!
The Russia-Ukraine conflict is having a debilitating effect on the cost of staple foods. Wheat and corn prices are skyrocketing, pushing already precarious regions such as the Middle East and Africa, to the brink.
The Secretary General of the International Chamber of Shipping (ICS), Guy Platten, admits there’s still work to be done to decarbonise the commercial shipping sector.
Your morning coffee briefing from TFG – Gas from the past: political history haunts energy supply chains amid Russian sanctions
On Wednesday, the Russian gas exporter and bank Gazprom suspended gas flows to Poland and Bulgaria as the firm did not receive payment from the countries in roubles.
The Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) held a conference on the United States (US) responses to the global energy crisis.
TFG’s Deepesh Patel highlights the key themes in commodity trade finance for commodity trading week in London.
Your Monday morning coffee briefing from TFG:
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Robert Meters, director of Schumann International Limited, discusses the current and long-term impacts of the conflict on receivables finance and credit risk management.
The World Trade Organisation (WTO) has announced that it is revising its merchandise global trade growth forecast for 2022 from 4.7% to 3% due to ongoing concerns about the impact of the Russia-Ukraine conflict, and lockdowns in China.
Confidence, demand and energy shock waves, writes Ana Boata, Global Head of Economic Research at Allianz Trade. Allianz Trade is the new name for trade credit insurer Euler Hermes, which became part of the Allianz SE group in 2018.