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TXF Commodities Amsterdam 2019: Sucafina on funding coffee trading operations
TXF Commodities Amsterdam 2019: Sucafina on funding coffee trading operations
Aife Howse
25 June 2019

From the side-lines of TXF Amsterdam 2019, Philippe Penet, CFO at Sucafina, discusses sustainability, the digitisation of the supply chain and locking in coffee prices.

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Cocobod closes $600m loan after one month delay
31 March 2020

Cocobod has closed its $600 million receivables-backed term loan this month, slightly behind its originally forecast close date in February. Firs...

ChemChina eyes new HK company
4 March 2020

State-owned China National Chemical Corporation (ChemChina) is looking to set up a new company in Hong Kong. At the end of 2019, the agrochemical prod...

$600m Cocobod loan signing hit by coronavirus fallout
28 February 2020

Cocobod’s $600 million recievables-backed term loan has been signed by banks nearly a month behind schedule, due to some lending Asian banks bei...

Cocobod to close $600m term loan in March
4 February 2020

Ghana Cocoa Board’s $600 million receivables-backed term loan is due to close in early March. Signed in November 2019 at the African Development...

Turkmenistan eyes Komatsu as EPC for lake project
3 February 2020

Turkmenistan’s Ministry of Finance (MoF) is yet to sign commercial contracts with prospective EPC contractors for development of the second phas...

TXF Data

Commodity Trade Finance Lender H1 2020

Bank USDm No %
1 TD Securities 6504m 1 32.1%
2 ING Bank 772m 7 3.8%
3 UniCredit 681m 5 3.4%
4 JP Morgan 677m 5 3.3%
5 Société Générale 588m 4 2.9%
6 Credit Suisse 488m 4 2.4%
7 Citi 486m 3 2.4%
8 Bank of China 466m 2 2.3%
9 Standard Chartered 450m 2 2.2%
10 Deutsche Bank 436m 3 2.2%

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