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20 July 2022

Summer steps forward for US and global trade digitisation: Prepare to swoon?

Is the temperature dial turning on global trade digitisation with the latest moves in the US for UCC amendments that can be adopted at a state level? How is this moving...

29 June 2022

In the leafy month of June: A blockchain yikes for bank financing of SME trade?

Blockchain was heralded and hyped as a great hope for SMEs accessing trade finance. Now, with a couple of failures of prominent solutions, questions are being asked....

28 June 2022
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Chemicals/Petrochemicals, Power

On the road to lift off with Pakistan’s new EXIM Bank

It’s an interesting time to be setting up a new export-oriented development financial institution, but Irfan Bukhari, President, and CEO of EXIM Bank of Pakistan is brim...

08 June 2022
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Other

Closely held cards for CPRI

In a tale of closely held cards, sensitivities and ripple effects, TXF takes a look behind a complicated CPRI market. What’s really happening in the private insurance...

11 May 2022

One step beyond: New UK trade digitisation legislation on track

Trade digitisation has taken a big step forward globally with the announcement that the UK’s Electronic Trade Documents Bill is on its way to becoming law. What’s the...

13 April 2022
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Infrastructure, Manufacturing & equipment, Transport

Inflation and EPC finance: Another case of history repeating?

EPC contractors are having to deal with the inflationary ripples from the pandemic and the invasion of Ukraine. It’s 100 years since one attempt was made to reconstruct...

06 April 2022
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Agri/Soft Commodities, Chemicals/Petrochemicals, Infrastructure, Manufacturing & equipment, Metals and Mining, Oil & gas, Other, Power, Renewables, Telecoms and Communications, Transport, Waste and water

New BU Climate Working Group rolls up its sleeves

Leah Gilbert Morris, Director of International and ECA Relations at Export Development Canada (EDC) and Chair of the BU Climate Working Group on behalf of EDC, discusses...

01 April 2022
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Manufacturing & equipment, Power

Corporate Perspective: Wartsila’s Back on financing sustainability in the face of headwinds

Andreas Back, senior manager, financial services at Wartsila reflects on the challenges of financing sustainable power and marine in the headwinds of the pandemic, the...

21 March 2022
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Agri/Soft Commodities, Oil & gas, Other

Shop talk: Citi’s head of commodity and energy trade talks strategy

TXF spoke to Christine McWilliams, global head of commodity and energy trade at Citi about the bank’s longer term strategy after a decade back in the commodity markets....

16 March 2022
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Agri/Soft Commodities, Metals and Mining, Oil & gas, Power

Ukraine conflict: The Africa trade balance

The impact of conflict in Ukraine on the world economy is not difficult to summarise: bad. In the case of Africa, it is much more complicated because of the continent’s...

10 March 2022
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Agri/Soft Commodities, Chemicals/Petrochemicals, Infrastructure, Manufacturing & equipment, Metals and Mining, Oil & gas, Other, Power, Renewables, Telecoms and Communications, Transport, Waste and water

TXF Trade Risk Briefing: Impact on trade of Ukraine-Russia crisis

WATCH ON DEMAND. In this interactive briefing we look at the trade data emerging from the fast evolving Ukraine-Russia crisis.

25 February 2022
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Agri/Soft Commodities, Chemicals/Petrochemicals, Infrastructure, Manufacturing & equipment, Metals and Mining, Oil & gas, Other, Power, Renewables, Telecoms and Communications, Transport, Waste and water

TXF Trade Risk Briefing: There is no such thing as a winnable trade war

WATCH ON DEMAND. Rebecca Harding, CEO of Coriolis Technologies discusses the very fluid situation in Ukraine with TXF in regards to how it impacts global trade – from the...

16 February 2022
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Power, Renewables, Transport

Frank talking for ECAs on ESG: On comparing apples and pears

Export credit agencies are still finding their way on how to deliver sustainable export finance in a measurable, consistent and transparent way. Collaboration is...

02 February 2022
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Power, Renewables

Sustainability in export finance – the push for change

The volume of sustainable deals within the export finance sector is growing. But to take this forward positively across all industrial sectors a sensible debate with a...

19 January 2022

Getting on with it: Financing international trade in 2022

What will be the key words for financing trade this year? If last year was all about resilience and pivoting will this year be picking yourself up, dusting yourself off,...

18 January 2022

TXF discussion: Support for UK exporters in 2022

1 February 2022, 14:00 GMT. Register now for this exclusive virtual roundtable discussion where a panel of regulators and financiers look at practical solutions for...

08 December 2021

Shades of blue: Painting a picture for global trade in 2022

How to build resilience into the global supply chains that have not proved robust over the pandemic has been a top issue for trade in 2021. COVID, climate and...

27 October 2021

Giddiness and stoicism on world trade and ESG at ITFA

The masks came off as building resilience in world trade and ESG ran in tandem at ITFA’s in person annual event in Bristol.

19 October 2021

The trade credit village just got smaller. Does the Zurich exit matter?

Departures from parts of the trade credit and CPRI market – in particular by Zurich and QBE – have raised eyebrows as reduced capacity could make it harder for banks to...

11 October 2021

CGI: The path to trade Nirvana is built on a foundation of APIs

APIs deliver critical functionality for banks driving towards full end-to-end digitisation in trade. Patrick DeVilbiss, offering Manager, trade and supply chain solutions...