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Glencore plans even bigger debt cuts amid price crisis
10 December 2015

Vitol buys stake in asphalt trader Sargeant Marine
9 December 2015

Global trade set for bumper 2016, says HSBC
Global trade set for bumper 2016, says HSBC
Judith Fagelson
8 December 2015

Global trade looks set to experience a tentative recovery, according to the Global Trade Forecast released by HSBC this morning.

Commodity investor interviews: Barak Fund Management – making commodity deals bankable
Commodity investor interviews: Barak Fund Management – making commodity deals bankable
Helen Castell
7 December 2015

Barak founder Jean Craven talks to TXF’s Helen Castell about opportunities in African agri, how trade finance funds complement bank finance and about Barak’s plans to move into longer-dated lending.

What now for Olam after Chanrai retires?
4 December 2015

Croatian oil and gas group INA seals RCF
4 December 2015

US aluminium group Kaiser renews $300m RCF
4 December 2015

Vitol in $3bn prepayment for KazMunayGas
3 December 2015

Third Party Funding (TPF) in litigation – at what cost to the non-funded party?
Third Party Funding (TPF) in litigation – at what cost to the non-funded party?
Gilles Thieffry
2 December 2015

GTLaw recently won a major arbitration victory for an international oil-trading house over the alleged breach of an oil supply and processing contract. The damages claimed were well in excess of $100 million. The insolvent Claimant was funded by third-party funders and represented by a major international law firm specialised in litigation.

Oil and gas group Bellatrix sees borrowing base cut
2 December 2015

Glencore's Optimum coal unit may be sold
2 December 2015

Oil and gas group Mid-Con reveals new borrowing base
1 December 2015

Vitol and Litasco support Libya's Tripoli oil group
1 December 2015

Trafigura shuts hedge fund amid commodity crisis
1 December 2015

Letchford quits as Trafigura's Galena hedge fund boss
30 November 2015

Bank of America to halt dollar supplies to Angola
27 November 2015

US Fed interest hike to cause further commodity woes
27 November 2015

India's Federal Bank inks pact with EICML for commodity financing
27 November 2015

IFC makes senior trade and commodity finance appointments
IFC makes senior trade and commodity finance appointments
Jonathan Bell
27 November 2015

International Finance Corporation (IFC) has made several senior appointments within its trade and commodity finance management team.

Rio Tinto signs $7.5bn loan refinancing
26 November 2015

Oil and gas group Atlas sees borrowing base cut
25 November 2015

Emirates Global Aluminium launches syndication of $4.9bn facilities
Emirates Global Aluminium launches syndication of $4.9bn facilities
Jonathan Bell
24 November 2015

UAE-headquartered Emirates Global Aluminium (EGA), one of the world’s leading aluminium producers, has launched the syndication for its $4.9 billion corporate facilities. Seven banks have been appointed as MLAs and bookrunners.

Glencore's Libyan oil deal 'worthless'
24 November 2015

Gas and coal group CONSOL reaffirms borrowing base
24 November 2015

Trafigura closes record refined metals borrowing base
24 November 2015

Gunvor closes $1.36bn revolving credit facility
24 November 2015

Deutsche Bank appoints new EMEA head of commodity trade finance
Deutsche Bank appoints new EMEA head of commodity trade finance
Jonathan Bell
23 November 2015

Deutsche Bank’s global transaction banking business has appointed Willem Calame as head of commodity trade finance for the Europe, Middle East and Africa (ex-Germany) region. He is headquartered in Amsterdam.

US coal group Bowie buys three mines from Peabody
23 November 2015

Glencore agrees to buy up to 50% of Libyan oil exports
23 November 2015

TXF unveils dates for February Singapore conference
20 November 2015

Oil group Sanchez Energy sees borrowing base reduced
20 November 2015

Trafigura-backed Puma to build facility in Myanmar
20 November 2015

Socar Trading seals first revolving credit facility
20 November 2015

Mercuria raises $1.1 bn for Asian RCF with 27 banks on board
Mercuria raises $1.1 bn for Asian RCF with 27 banks on board
Jonathan Bell
20 November 2015

Global energy and commodities group Mercuria Energy has signed its Asian revolving credit facility (RCF) for a total amount of $1.1 billion. General syndication saw a substantial oversubscription as the facility was joined by a group of 27 banks.

HSBC ousts trade veteran Lambert in GTRF restructuring
HSBC ousts trade veteran Lambert in GTRF restructuring
Oliver Gordon
19 November 2015

HSBC’s highly-regarded global head of commodity & structured trade finance (CSTF), Jean-Francois Lambert, has left the bank. The departure comes as part of a structural review of the UK bank’s global trade and receivables finance (GTRF) division, TXF understands.

Indian government announces 3% interest subsidy to boost exports
19 November 2015

China fears see zinc fall to six-year low
18 November 2015

UK part of Petrobras' $1.84bn export financing deals
18 November 2015

TXF announces new Perfect 10 award category
TXF announces new Perfect 10 award category
Oliver Gordon
17 November 2015

For the 2015 edition of the Perfect 10 Awards, TXF has decided to introduce a brand new accolade: Most Sustainable Deal of the Year.

Is your employer needlessly Putin’ off investment in Russian infrastructure?
Is your employer needlessly Putin’ off investment in Russian infrastructure?
Guest Contributor
17 November 2015

When asked to write an update on Russia, my initial thought was, why? Surely it is clear to everyone? But the more I thought about it, the more I realised just how confused the current environment is. And so, having been given the space to publish my take on events, I realised I could contribute to shedding some light on the murk – or possibly just add to the confusion.

Trafigura reveals $4.3bn oil payments to governments
17 November 2015

Gas and oil group Lightstream sees borrowing base cut
17 November 2015

Asia's big three commodity traders in profits slump
17 November 2015

Vitol Dubai buys stake in Pakistan fuel group Hascol
13 November 2015

Energy group Triangle reaffirms borrowing base
10 November 2015

Trafigura tightens grip on refiner Nyrstar in shares deal
10 November 2015

Bank of China launches global commodity centres in Singapore
6 November 2015

ArcelorMittal South Africa's $324m offer to reduce debt
6 November 2015

NLMK swims against the current for new PXF
NLMK swims against the current for new PXF
Oliver Gordon
5 November 2015

Russia’s largest steel producer, NLMK Group, has battled through billowing market headwinds to today close a successful four-year, $400 million pre-export finance (PXF) facility. The deal stands out for two reasons: one, it’s for a steel producer; and, two, it’s for a Russian steel producer.

NLMK swims against the current for new PXF
NLMK swims against the current for new PXF
Oliver Gordon
5 November 2015

Russia’s largest steel producer, NLMK Group, has battled through billowing market headwinds to today close a successful four-year, $400 million pre-export finance (PXF) facility. The deal stands out for two reasons: one, it’s for a steel producer; and, two, it’s for a Russian steel producer.