In this interview series, we heard from 3 FinTech experts and assessed the real, viable applications of these technologies within international trade and open account.
Sullivan’s Geoffrey Wynne highlights the key legal and regulatory themes to pay attention to in 2019.
Trade Finance Global heard from Sean Edwards, Chairman of the ITFA at the NEARC (North East Asia Regional Committee) Seminar held in Beijing earlier this month.
For those who are unfamiliar with the term, blockchain works as an incorruptible digital ledger that records various transactions, which have taken place in a particular asset, whether it be cryptocurrency or smart contract.
Beauhurst, the data provider, has released the latest edition of its report, The Deal, analysing all equity investment in UK startups and SMEs throughout 2018. The data shows that 2018… read more →
Before there was software available for people to do their taxes, there was only one way to submit a tax return – on paper. After some time, the number of… read more →
Heading towards the end of 2018, we thought that China’s developments in blockchain and trade finance were fairly quiet in comparison to the rest of the world. But just when… read more →
Robotics, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning have radically transformed the productivity of emerging economies around the world. AI is improving efficiencies in industries from transportation and finance through to… read more →
There is a lot of hype around AI in business. Trading and Shipping are no exception. AI contribution ranges from trading operations to regulatory compliance, however there are downsizes too.… read more →