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New SCF for the new normal in emerging markets
New SCF for the new normal in emerging markets
Katharine Morton
2 September 2020

Live Webinar | 30.09.2020 | 14:00 UK | As the world emerges from the current crisis, it’s fair to say that global supply chains have been disoriented and globalisation retrenched. It’s never been more important for companies in emerging markets to get access to liquidity to keep supply chains moving efficiently. TXF & Finverity look at new ways for companies to effectively use digitisation in emerging markets to access financing for sustainable international trade. Register Today

Export finance report H1 2020: Volumes remain high despite crisis
Export finance report H1 2020: Volumes remain high despite crisis
Max Thompson
2 September 2020

Overall volumes of global export finance fell by roughly $7 billion compared to H1 2019 according to the TXF H1 2020 Export Finance report. However, the drop in volume is not significant given the Covid-19 pandemic interrupted the signing of several big ticket ECA-backed deals.

Time to double down on trade digitisation? On counting virtual beans
Time to double down on trade digitisation? On counting virtual beans
Katharine Morton
26 August 2020

TXF looks at distinctions between virtual and real in trade digitisation. How much is the current crisis helping drive change? The challenges are more than simply counting metaphorical beans.

TXF Originals

Myanmar's Middle Yeywa hydro PPP feasibility study underway
21 September 2020

Norway-based SN Power is conducting feasibility studies for the $705 million 735MW Middle Yeywa hydropower PPP in Myanmar, with more activity expected...

Mizuho reaffirms place in European commodities finance
21 September 2020

Mizuho is sticking firmly with its European commodities clients in the wake of key commodity finance lenders - ABN Amro, BNP Paribas and Rabobank - an...

Vrontamitis to step down from StanChart
18 September 2020

Michael Vrontamitis, a stalwart of the international trade finance industry, is to leave Standard Chartered Bank at the end of October. Vrontamitis, w...

Lima airport project financing signs
18 September 2020

Sponsors of the the Jorge Chavez International Airport expansion project in Lima, Peru - Fraport (80%) and IFC (20%%) - signed a $450 million bridge l...

TRSDC selects preferred bidder for Saudi megaproject
17 September 2020

An ACWA Power-led team has been chosen by The Red Sea Development Company (TRSDC) as preferred bidder for the utilities piece of its tourism Red Sea g...

TXF Data

Export & Agency Finance Lender H1 2020

Bank USDm No %
1 Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC) 3479m 17 9%
2 BNP Paribas 2587m 16 6.7%
3 Citi 2230m 6 5.8%
4 KfW IPEX-Bank 2101m 13 5.4%
5 Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) 2054m 5 5.3%
6 MUFG Bank 1803m 15 4.7%
7 Mizuho 1753m 12 4.5%
8 Deutsche Bank 1654m 9 4.3%
9 Santander 1589m 16 4.1%
10 Société Générale 1395m 11 3.6%

Commodity Trade Finance Lender H1 2020

Bank USDm No %
1 JP Morgan 4857m 11 7.5%
2 BNP Paribas 4662m 24 7.2%
3 Société Générale 3808m 24 5.9%
4 ING Bank 3785m 35 5.8%
5 MUFG Bank 2992m 21 4.6%
6 Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC) 2594m 16 4%
7 Mizuho 2459m 16 3.8%
8 Credit Agricole CIB 2451m 16 3.8%
9 HSBC 2019m 13 3.1%
10 Rabobank 2007m 23 3.1%

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