Trade Finance Global (TFG) is thrilled to announce our upcoming digital campaign, Women in Trade, Treasury & Payments 2024, in celebration of International Women’s Day on March 8, 2024. This global day commemorates the social, economic, cultural, and political achievements of women.
London, United Kingdom – Trade Finance Global (TFG) is thrilled to announce our Women in Trade, Treasury & Payments 2024 campaign, taking place on 7 March 2024, at the Lansdowne Club in London.
International Lawyers and Economists for Development (ILaED) is a non-government organisation focusing on the economic development of women and girls. By encouraging entrepreneurial skills, it helps them engage in both local and international markets.
The Arab region has seen significant progress in education, particularly for women, thanks to the ambitious Visions for 2030 and the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Governments have prioritised education reform to break generational cycles of poverty, inequality, and stagnant economic growth, leading to Arab women excelling in education and driving regional prosperity.
TFG spoke to the Honourable Mary Ng, Minister of International Trade Export Promotion, Small Business and Economic Development to discuss the Canadian government’s role in international trade and supporting women in the workplace.
As we have seen over the past few years, progress is not linear. In almost every aspect of life, two steps forward are often accompanied by one step back.
As uncertainty remains in global supply chains and trade finance, the International Trade and Forfaiting Association’s (ITFA) Lynn Galkoski, Director, Trade Product & Portfolio Management with BNY Mellon Treasury Services shares her insights on trends that may arise this year.
While leading a delegation of women entrepreneurs to the United Kingdom, the Honourable Mary Ng, Minister of International Trade, Export Promotion, Small Business and Economic Development, met in London with… read more →
To kick off Trade Finance Global’s Women in Trade, Treasury & Payments roundtable event and dinner, President and Chair of US EXIM Bank, Reta Jo Lewis gave a keynote address to the audience.
Lynette Thorstensen, Chair of the Board, Fairtrade International, delivered a keynote speech to the dinner attendees, highlighting gender equity success stories while pointing out the need for further growth.
Trade Finance Global (TFG) is happy to announce this year’s 100 Women in Trade, Treasury & Payments (WITTP) Campaign.
Women’s progress in the workplace, family life, and the world in general only marches on when we all actively participate.
The World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap Report 2022 reveals that despite progress made towards gender equality in education and health, the gender gap in economic participation and opportunity remains essentially unchanged.
From a lack of representation in decision-making processes to unconscious biases and disproportionate family responsibilities, women encounter numerous obstacles that can impede their career growth and success.