Your morning coffee briefing from TFG. Japan’s economy starts to show signs of growth after being slow to bounce back from the Covid-19 pandemic, shipping bottlenecks set to prolong supply chain turmoil, economies in Latin America and the Caribbean are urged to boost resilience in the face of commodity price hikes, HSBC is the first bank to join Walmart’s inclusive financing initiative and the UK signs historic partnership with CABEI.
Japan’s economy edges back into growth in the second quarter
Shipping bottlenecks set to prolong supply chain turmoil
A relentless surge in shipping prices and persistent bottlenecks at ports around the world have added to the barrage of problems affecting supply chains. Read more →
Economies in Latin America and the Caribbean urged to boost resilience to shocks following commodity price hikes
Between the start of the COVID-19 pandemic and mid-2021, commodity prices increased across the region, with varied impacts on countries. Read more →
Ocean Partners Secures Increase in Syndicated Borrowing Base Facility
Privately-owned base metal trading company successfully renews and increases its Syndicated Uncommitted Secured Revolving Borrowing Base Facility. Read more →
Bottomline launches real-time sanctions solution
Bottomline launches sanctions solution that can drastically reduce false-positives, offers faster go-live and is less costly than many alternatives. Read more →
HSBC is the first bank to join Walmart’s inclusive financing initiative
HSBC is the first bank to join Walmart’s initiative to improve access to working capital for diverse and minority suppliers in the US. Read more →
UK signs historic partnership with CABEI
UK Export Finance (UKEF) announced a new partnership with the Central American Bank for Economic Integration (CABEI) that will support the development of infrastructure, clean energy and construction projects in the region. Read more →
Comments are closed.