London, 20th September 2019. Trade Finance Global (TFG) are delighted to announce a media partnership with TXF at their 2019 Commodities Geneva and Political Risk & Insurance London Conferences.

Hesham Zakai, Director at TXF said: “In an uncertain geopolitical environment and era of new trade barriers, collaborating on solutions to support trade becomes crucial. Partnering with TFG – an expert in trade finance knowledge – allows TXF to further do that in a dynamic and critical way.”

Deepesh Patel, Partnerships & Marketing Director said: “The quality of TXF events is second to none. We’re delighted to partner up with TXF and share the latest insights in the world of political risk and credit insurance, as well as commodity finance, given the current uncertain geopolitical and macroeconomic climate, businesses need to navigate this volatility in order to survive and continue trading.”

TXF Geneva 2019: Commodity Finance

Taking place on the Friday (11th October, 2019) of Geneva Commodities Week, at the luxurious Four Seasons Hotel des Bergues, TXF Geneva 2019 provides the perfect climax to Geneva Commodities Week.

This is a must attend event for all institutions which derive their business across the commodity supply chain!

This year’s event will delve into the future of commodity finance, discussing new deals, regulations and opportunities. Key industry experts will run workshops on how to create the perfect deal, lessons learnt from failed deals and future areas to focus on.

TXF Political Risk & Trade Credit Insurance London

Following the new Basel legislation affecting capital relief the growing number of corporate users, the general perception of lack of capacity in certain parts of market and the new technology and platforms available there is no better time for the industry key players to get together to discuss the current and future developments.

TXF Political Risk and Credit Insurance 2019 will once again provide all attendees with the opportunity to be updated on the recent policy developments and network with key decision