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09 January 2018

Trade risk triggers

An executive summary of TXF's key global country risk ratings for January 2018.

13 December 2017

Trade risk triggers

An executive summary of TXF's key global country risk ratings for December.

18 October 2017

Book Launch: The Weaponization of Trade

Rebecca and Jack Harding, authors of upcoming book ‘The Weaponization of Trade’, outline how trade is fast becoming a tool of foreign policy aggression, why a rise in the...

05 June 2017

Jackpot seven: KNPC cleans up with ECA backing

With backing from seven ECA’s and 11 commercial banks, KNPC's $6.25 billion Clean Fuels project financing is setting a new benchmark for inter-creditor complexity.

11 May 2017

Latin American oil and gas: A Pemexican standoff?

Pemex kicked off 2017 with a record-breaking eurobond and the announcement of a halving of losses in 2016. The debt-ridden oil producer has even put in place an...

04 May 2017

Trade Wars: How trade is being weaponised

TXF joins the front line with Rebecca Harding co-author of ‘Trade Wars – how trade is being ‘weaponised’ to discuss the theory and narrative behind the book.

30 January 2017

ECAs and offshore wind: From backstop to bonus

With costs down and technology improving, some argue ECA support for European offshore wind is actually distorting debt pricing in a market that could be commercially...

10 January 2017

Equinox Global hires Simon Jackson from Euler Hermes

Equinox Global, the Lloyd's cover holder specialising in trade credit insurance, has hired Simon Jackson as a London-based credit analyst. He previously worked at...

18 August 2016
Metals and Mining

Ocean Partners lands borrowing base despite ‘tough’ market

Although experiencing problematic market conditions, commodity trader Ocean Partners successfully closed a refinanced revolving credit facility in July, attracting...

31 March 2016

US sanctions: Discussing the past, present and the future

Jack Lew, the US Secretary of the Treasury, has given an insight into how sanctions are devised, what risks come with using them, and what their future holds.

29 March 2016
Infrastructure, Transport

Global rail’s supply/demand imbalance

In the last 18 months it has become increasingly common to note that the supply of infrastructure projects isn’t strong enough to keep pace with debt market liquidity....

18 August 2015

Credit insurer Euler Hermes launches Euler Hermes Energy in North American market

International credit insurance company Euler Hermes has launched a new division - Euler Hermes Energy. The new division will be North American-based and focus on...

02 April 2015

SeaMex seals landmark financing for Mexican energy project

SeaMex has secured a $750 million syndicated credit facility from a group of 13 international banks, TXF has learnt. The facility will allow the company to develop five...

13 January 2015

Equinox makes two new appointments to UK team

Equinox Global (Equinox), the Lloyd’s cover holder specialising in trade credit insurance, has appointed Kully Ubhi and Jack Woodruff to its UK team.

10 October 2014

Global heads interview – Jackie Keogh, Lloyds Bank

TXF talks to Lloyds Bank about the current state of the trade and supply chain finance market.

22 August 2014

Rosneft and North Atlantic Drilling sign asset exchange deal

Rosneft, Seadrill and North Atlantic Drilling Limited (NADL) have signed a unique framework agreement that envisages long-term cooperation in the sphere of oilfield...

02 April 2014

JBIC & ADB lead Sarulla power project financing

The Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) and Asian Development Bank (ADB) have led the $1.17 billion project financing for the Sarulla geothermal power project...

28 January 2014

Michael F Jackson appointed Fundtech’s head of Americas cash management

Michael F Jackson, former vice president of ACI’s electronic bill presentment and payment (EBPP) group, has been appointed head of Americas cash management at Fundtech,...

22 August 2013

Noble Corporation secures credit facility

Offshore drilling contractor Noble Corporation has signed a $600 million unsecured revolving credit agreement with a syndicate of banks. Noble Cayman is the borrower of...