Your Monday morning coffee briefing from TFG: TFG partners with UKEF and DIT to create a trade and export finance guide
TFG spoke to two leading policymakers at the G20 on how to improve financial inclusion for SMEs.
The digitisation of the trade finance industry has brought considerable change to the market in recent years.
The shift toward tech has had many positive impacts; increasing operational efficiency, reducing paper-based processes, and minimising costs. Moreover, digital innovation is showing no signs of slowing down, opening the trade ecosystem to endless possibilities.
Trade Finance Global are delighted to announce the official release of a new trade and export finance guide in partnership with the Department of International Trade (DIT) and UK Export Finance (UKEF).
Trade Finance Global has partnered with UKEF, the UK government’s export credit agency, and DIT to produce the UK Trade & Export Finance Guide.
Your Monday morning coffee briefing from TFG: Virtual tradecast: TFG joins forces with Tinubu to discuss trade credit insurance
TFG spoke to two leaders in the fields of finance and technology about the changing role of Chief Financial Officers (CFOs) and hybrid models for streamlining and future-proofing corporate operational processes.
TFG joins forces with Tinubu on trade credit insurance virtual tradecast taking place on the 14th of September.
Today TFG is delighted to announce the launch of its global customs hub.
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.
From former US President Donald Trump’s trade war with China to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s controversial visit to Taiwan in August, ties between the US and China have been delicate in recent years.
When considering the world’s best mobile phone markets, your mind likely jumps to cities like Tokyo or Toronto, long before it reaches the likes of Kinshasa or Kampala.
With the seller not only contracting for carriage to the buyer’s country but also contracting for delivery to occur there – the difference between the C rules and the D rules – the seller not only bears the transit risk but potentially puts itself in jeopardy of breaching the sales contract.
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.
Your Monday morning coffee briefing from TFG: The acceleration towards green and renewable energy through cutting ties with Russian gas