Economies around the world are now looking to reopening economies in support of generating economic activities, limited by social distancing restrictions.
Trade finance has been helping SMEs, middle market businesses, and the corporate sector to manage their financial issues. Here is all you need to know about how it suits your business.
Trade Finance Global sat down with several top experts in the trade, supply chain, and receivables industry to discuss their predictions for 2020.
Following on from Canada’s Chairmanship of the Agricultural Market Information System (AMIS), the International Grains Council has appointed Ms Nathalie Dubé, Minister-Counsellor, High Commission of Canada as its Chair for 2019/20.
I had the pleasure of interviewing Sunil Pathak, Chairman of Aburi Ltd., a UK company who in the space of 3 years is now regarded globally as the biggest buyer… read more →
Trade Finance Global has released it’s annual report, ‘Beyond Brexit’. Having recently announced it’s partnership with the UK Government’s Exporting is GREAT (EiG) campaign, Beyond Brexit explores SME Confidence, trade… read more →
Exports continue to see boosted profits and growth, as a result of the weaker pound post Brexit. Coffee machine manufacturer, Fracino has seen a surge in sales due to it’s… read more →
It is clear with election of Donald Trump in 2016, that the world has potentially entered a new economic era, with electorates possibly voting for populist business policies as a… read more →
London Fashion Week ended at a high in mid-September, unveiling floral prints and Victorian ruffles. Caroline Rush, Chief Executive of the British Fashion Council (BFC) said: “This is the first… read more →