Did you know, ‘I Wanna Be Your Man‘ by The Rolling Stones was the first song to be performed on Top of the Pops in 1974? In a similar fashion, as we muse the rollercoaster year that was 2020, we want to highlight our very own Top of the (Trade) Pops 2020.

We also want to thank you, our partners in trade, for helping our clients access trade and receivables finance through our platform, as well as continuing to consume our content. And blimey, you consumed a lot…

Your year in review – from the trade community!

💵 You helped us finance corporates & SMEs

  • US $1.2 billion credit facilities offered
  • 270+ financing partners (Want to partner with us? Find out more here)

📙 Here’s how you consumed our content

  • 2.1 million page views (1.5 million readers in 187 countries)
  • 1.7 million social post impressions
  • 502 articles published (55.1k hours spent reading our content)
  • 17 guides, research and publications launched

🎧 You spent plenty of time on Trade Finance Talks

🌐 Your favourite campaigns and publications

📚 Your top read articles

(Trade) Pops 2020

And now, for Top of the (Trade) Pops 🌟 2020

10. (Taylor) SWIFT’s 2020 Standards Release – An Introduction to Messaging Types (MTs)

9. (The Verve) Bittersweet: Global trade disruption and its impact on sugar flows

8. KYP (Know Your Policy) – Learnings from CPRI in a post-Covid world

7. From Mesopotamian Tablets to 2020: A BCG View on Trade Finance Ecosystems

6. Wolfsberg Group: Fighting financial crime when the going gets tough

5. The misuse of payables finance – Global Supply Chain Finance Forum (GSCFF)

4. TradeIX & Pole Star Deep Dive: DLT in the Maritime and Shipping Space

3. APAC Trade and Supply Chain Finance in 2020 – Market Commentary

2. (High School Musical 2) Out with the Old, In with the New ISO 20022 for Trade & Treasury

And the winner is…!

🏆 (Dua Lipa) Incoterms® 2020 – Rules and Updates from the ICC United Kingdom

We would like to wish you and your loved ones a healthy and happy 2021.