The UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) plans to transition from the London Interbank Offered Rates (LIBOR) to Risk-Free Rates (RFRs) by the end of 2021, to restore trust and integrity in the market. This shift comes after several banks manipulated their interest rates for profit, disturbing trust in the global economy.
Your Monday morning coffee briefing from TFG: The UK agrees to a historic trade deal with New Zealand – among the first of such deals in the post-Brexit era. A new ICC report estimates that full digitalisation could add $9 trillion to G7 trade by 2026. The UK Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) offers more details on its synthetic LIBOR plans. Macquarie strengthens its position as a global shipping lender, with a total market value of over $3 billion. And we hear from ITFA’s Andre Casterman and Johanna Wissing on fintech and ESG for trade finance respectively.
The UK’s financial regulator has confirmed that LIBOR will cease on December 31, 2021.
Incoterms 2020 are now live. DAT has changed to DPU, insurance points are clarified on C-terms, transport security is now well defined, own transport is accounted for, changes to FCA/FOB regarding Bills of Lading…
We heard from ICC United Kingdom’s Chris Southworth, Professor Charles Debattista and David Lowe from the ICC Incoterms® 2020 Steering Committee. We hear about the importance of Incoterms® in international trade, why they are changing in 2020, and what businesses should be thinking about in order to prepare for these changes.
Trade Finance Global attended the headline event of the commercial finance industry, the 10th NACFB Commercial Finance Expo 2019.
DAP (Delivered at Place) is one of the most popular Incoterms used in Europe, it is also one of the most popular used for e-commerce. Learn how to use it… read more →
We spoke to Johnatas Montezuma, a shipping expert and specialist in complex supply chain solutions for some useful incoterms and shipping suggestions for first time exporters. A supply chain expert… read more →