The World Trade Symposium in November coincides with incredibly interesting times in global trade. Not only will the run-up to the US 2020 Presidential election be well underway, but a spotlight will be firmly trained on the impact of Brexit on the EU, should it go ahead at the end of October.
Today at the ICC Annual General Meeting, Trade Finance Global (TFG) announces that it has joined the ICC United Kingdom. TFG reports from the ICC AGM in London.
When you join the investment and trading world, you’re in a whole new place. It’s an exciting moment that gives you a rush, even when you have only a small amount of success. All of that excitement can be an excellent motivator to keep going, or it could be what causes you to make irrational decisions, ultimately throwing everything away.
Seeking bridging finance for property acquisitions is not uncommon in the UK property market.
These types of loans are very useful when needing money to cover gaps in available finances. Such gaps can occur when a sale of a property gets delayed, the proceeds of which were expected to fund the purchase of another property. In such an instance, the deal can still go ahead to acquire the property using bridging finance.
Coltraco Ultrasonics Limited’s Carl Stephen Patrick Hunter explores the opportunities and challenges that British exporters face and identifies some tips to help them achieve their goals.
Parker Norfolk’s Richard Bishop discusses best practices for capitalizing on trade opportunities while simultaneously ensuring sound risk mitigation.
UKEF’s Richard Simon Lewis highlights the key steps that UK exporters can take to maximize their export opportunities. Trade is a vital part of the government’s industrial strategy, and the… read more →
Trade Finance Global caught up with Charles Nahum at Finacity, looking at the state of the trade receivables securitisation markets in 2019
Co-chairmen of the British Exporting Association (BExA), Marcus Dolman and Geoffrey De Mowbray, discuss the challenges and support needed for UK exporting. In the face of unprecedented levels of political… read more →
East and Partner’s Martin Smith and Simon Klein discusses emerging Australasian trade finance trends and approaches to capitalize on them. Voice of the Customer Analytics In the face of global… read more →
Coriolis CEO and author of ‘The Weaponization of Trade’ Dr. Rebecca Harding discusses the US-China trade war and the new standards that it is bringing to trade.
ABSA’s Doreen Fick examines the current state of the African trade and receivables market, highlighting key tools and initiatives.
Stenn International’s Kerstin Caroline Braun addresses the $1.5tn trade gap, and discusses how non-bank financing can help bridge the gap.
SoftBank – A multinational phone, internet, energy, robotics and holdings conglomerate that operates out of Japan has recently injected $2.2 billion into 3 companies operating within the trade/business finance space.
To oil or not to oil? How is the UAE diversifying its economy to attract investment? As oversupply concerns curtail the global oil price’s trudge back upwards following its flirtation… read more →