Trade Finance Global has partnered with UKEF, the UK government’s export credit agency, and DIT to produce the UK Trade & Export Finance Guide.
Trade Finance Global (TFG) are proud to once again partner with International Trade and Forfaiting Association (ITFA) at their 48th annual conference in Porto. In preparation for the conference, TFG caught up with ITFA’s Chairman, Sean Edwards, to discuss some of the key themes.
With commodities like food and energy resources scarcening in the face of climate change and the Ukraine-Russia conflict, all eyes are turning towards Africa as a possible solution.
Middle Eastern states are to land a $1.3 trillion windfall from extra oil revenues over the next four years, according to the International Monetary Fund (IMF). On Friday, the IMF… read more →
The course of this last year has seen a fluctuation within fuel markets. Like many other countries, India has experienced similar trends. India’s crude oil imports from Russia fell in… read more →
The World Bank has approved the second phase of West Africa’s regional Food Systems Resilience Program (FSRP-2), earmarking $315 million in financing to increase the robustness of food systems in… read more →
Saudia Arabia, the world’s second-largest oil producer behind the USA, made headlines this week as reports surfaced that its economy had expanded by 11.8% in the second quarter of 2022, a massive pace largely fueled by high oil prices.
TFG has partnered with Trade4MSMEs in a bid to provide micro-, small-, and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) with relevant resources to aid in the growth of their businesses.
The first ship carrying grain has left a Ukrainian port under a landmark deal with Russia. Turkish and Ukrainian officials say the ship left the southern port of Odesa early… read more →
Just as the UK was experiencing record temperatures and a summer heatwave, the annual rate of inflation accelerated to a fresh forty-year high.
As global central banks hike rates to rein in inflation, and businesses battle with sourcing goods through choked supply chains exacerbated by the war in Ukraine and Chinese lockdowns, Africa finds itself with a growing problem–accessing US dollar liquidity.
Reflecting back on key themes from the ExCred International 2022 conference in London, it is clear that the uncertainty of globalisation, driven by geopolitics, is a hot topic in today’s world.
After weeks of speculation and predictions of the euro’s value hitting parity with the US dollar, it finally happened this week, and the world noticed.
Elitza Kavrakova from Raiffeisen Bank International AG discusses how, despite years of discussion, commercial bankers have not seen much improvement in the process of de-risking.