Large national infrastructure projects have rarely been delivered at the pace of the UK Freeport programme; in March 2020, the government launched its consultation document, and in March 2021 it was announced that, subject to completing the necessary authorisation processes, the above eight locations would become Freeports.
November 17, 2022 saw the unveiling of the UK’s Autumn Statement. The plan hopes to create a more stable UK economy in light of the current global financial uncertainty.
Your Monday morning coffee briefing from TFG: China hits record trade surplus in July
What is the difference between a red clause letter of credit and a green clause letter of credit? Read TFG’s 2022 letter of credit guide now!
When using an usance or deferred letter of credit, the issuing bank must make payment by a preset date. This makes planning easier and unlocks working capital.
TFG announces new media partnership for City Week 2022 – the 12th edition of the annual International Financial Services Forum
Trade Finance Global (TFG) is pleased to announce that it will act as a media partner for City Week 2022, which takes place from 25-27 April in Guildhall, London.
Trade Finance Global joins the inaugural China programme at the London Mayor’s International Business Programme (MIBP)
Trade Finance Global (TFG), the leading trade finance fintech, has been selected to join the inaugural China track of the Mayor of London’s scaleup programme.
The UK has signed a £1.2bn trade partnership agreement with Ghana promising tariff-free trade. The terms of the economic partnership agreement reinstate the two sides when the UK was part of the EU.
UK Export Finance (UKEF) is launching a new guarantee scheme that will help importers of UK goods and services obtain easier access to financing up to £30 million.
Mark Abrams, TFG, confirms Trade Finance Expert position on DIT Strategic Trade Advisory Group for 2020-2022
Mark Abrams, Director at Trade Finance Global (TFG), has confirmed his position on the Strategic Trade Advisory Group (STAG) for the Department of International Trade (DIT) for the new term of 2020-2022.
Up to 620,000 SMEs are in financial distress across the UK, placing nearly three million jobs at risk, industry analysis has revealed. Despite widespread vaccine rollouts, the financial picture for… read more →
Heavy burden is left upon UK government and private sectors as they comply with WTO rules in anti-dumping cases to impose duties on foreign exporters that are undercutting UK manufacturers.
Trade underpins the evolution of mankind, and with trade comes trust, and with trust comes third parties. Moving forward from IOUs and promises written on clay tablets thousands of years ago, to today’s interconnected world of trade, I want to question how far the industry has really gotten to, in terms of innovation and true digitalisation.
PODCAST: Life In the Fast Lane for Short Term Trade and Supply Chain Finance: TXF Political Risk & Trade Credit Insurance (S1 E32)
TFG are delighted to be Media Partners of the TXF Political Risk & Insurance conference in London on the 4th December, and to ensure you’re up to speed with this ever-changing environment, we caught up with leading experts in CPRI ahead of the conference.
RELEASED: Incoterms® 2020 Video Series in Partnership with the Institute of Export & International Trade
Trade Finance Global spoke to Chris Southworth, Secretary General of the ICC United Kingdom, and Lesley Batchelor OBE, Director General at the Institute of Export and International Trade about Incoterms® 2020 and what this means for businesses in the United Kingdom