As the UK prepares to leave the EU, significant efforts have needed to be made to prepare the government to negotiate for their own Free Trade Agreements. Is the UK ready for such a challenge?
International Trade Secretary Liam Fox seeks to invest in the UK’s trading future by launching the International Trade Development Program.
Anti-money laundering is the process of financial institutions and other business entities using in-house (sometimes assisted by external parties – more on this to come) methods to address the risks posed by Trade-Based Money Laundering.
An interview with André Casterman, Chair, Fintech Committee, International Trade and Forfaiting Association and CMO, INTIX. André Casterman is a fintech consultant, advising financial institution and fintech clients on data management, trade finance and… read more →
An interview with Bolero’s CEO Ian Kerr on E-Bills of Lading and Electronic Documentation. Bolero is a Software as a Service (SaaS) platform for the digitisation of global trade. Headquartered… read more →
We’ve seen over the last 10 years an appetite for both banks and insurers to fully understood wording and standardise credit insurance policies to get the benefits of capital relief… read more →
We heard from Vinco David, Secretary General of the Berne Union, at Knect365’s Insuring Short-Term Trade Finance conference, about trends in the short term credit insurance sector over the past 10… read more →
An interview with Vittorio De Angelis, Executive Chairman at Velotrade. The invoice financing market has been driven by growing European countries with an annual organic growth of around 10% per… read more →
The world of trade is shifting. Traditionally it’s simple; manufacturers develop, exporters ship, banks fund and insurers cover. This is changing. Manufacturers and exporters are integrating entire supply chains, online… read more →