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Gunvor sounded out rivals to sell itself
10 April 2017

Acron delays PXF after oversubscription
7 April 2017

Petrobras launching $1bn syndicated loan
7 April 2017

Early borrowing base refinancings on the rise
6 April 2017

Mercuria borrowing base set for May launch
6 April 2017

WildHorse reveals borrowing base rise to $450m
6 April 2017

Lenders cautious on Cocobod
5 April 2017

Petrobras CEO sees debt falling below target by end 2018
5 April 2017

Gunvor sees profit drop but trading volumes rise
4 April 2017

Kazmunaygas looking for new facility
4 April 2017

Noble set to refinance and downsize RCF
4 April 2017

Ultra Petroleum increases term loan and borrowing base
4 April 2017

Vitol sees net income rise to $2bn
3 April 2017

Glencore to sell 51% of oil products storage business
3 April 2017

TXF data update: Structured commodity finance makes a comeback
TXF data update: Structured commodity finance makes a comeback
Callum Burroughs
31 March 2017

Commodity finance markets in 2016 were a myriad of regional shifts, structuring changes, and price fluctuations. Russia and North America demonstrated a resurgence while commodity price drops led to greater structured financing needs out of the Middle East.

Hess Corporation signs bilateral RCF
31 March 2017

ICC Banking Commission launches questionnaire for annual trade finance report

Mercuria RCF refi launch in April
30 March 2017

NEXI backs loan for food exports from Argentina
30 March 2017

ING to open Ethereum oil trading platform to other banks
29 March 2017

Hijro opens Trade Finance Beta to Ariba suppliers
29 March 2017

Tullow Oil to sell North Sea pipeline to Independent Oil and Gas?
29 March 2017

Sierentz picks Eka's ETRM software
29 March 2017

AbleChildAfrica: Giving the world's largest minority a chance - and so can you
AbleChildAfrica: Giving the world's largest minority a chance - and so can you
Max Thompson
28 March 2017

Around 15% of the global population are disabled. Of those, approximately 80% live in developing countries and 150 million are children. TXF caught up with Jane Anthony, executive director of AbleChildAfrica, with which we are very proud to have a partnership, to find out more about the charity's vital role in Africa.

China LNG names new CFO
28 March 2017

Petrobras extends Pedro Parente's term as CEO
28 March 2017

Vitol sees trading rise but turnover drop
27 March 2017

Metinvest: Rejigging the odds
Metinvest: Rejigging the odds
Callum Burroughs
27 March 2017

Around two years in the making, Metinvest has completed its debt restructuring, won a small ratings upgrade and now has no meaningful debt maturities until 2019 when its pre-export facilities (PXF) start to amortize in full - and all against the backdrop of Ukrainian risk.

Pump up the volume: Trafigura goes bigger and prices better
Pump up the volume: Trafigura goes bigger and prices better
Sean Keating
24 March 2017

Trafigura has closed syndication on its latest 364-day revolver refinancing - upping the size from $1.5 billion at launch to $2.27 billion and pulling in 41 banks including seven new lenders.

Minera Autlan trade securitisation debut generates strong local appetite
22 March 2017

Petrobras cuts debt and reverses loss
22 March 2017

Rusal's strong finish leads to doubled profits in 2016
22 March 2017

Made to measure: Bespoke financing for US shale producers
Made to measure: Bespoke financing for US shale producers
Gianluca De Stefano
21 March 2017

With US shale operators in recovery mode after a decimating price war with OPEC, access to credit is slowly developing again and with it alternative financing options to traditional borrowing base or mezzanine debt.

Puma amend and extend launched
21 March 2017

Timing is money: Uralkali plays the waiting game
Timing is money: Uralkali plays the waiting game
Callum Burroughs
21 March 2017

Amid a growing pipeline of upcoming pre-export finance (PXF) facilities out of Russia, fertiliser producer Uralkali is expected to launch a refinancing in the coming weeks. The borrower is said to be waiting on Acron’s syndication close to make its pitch and set pricing guidance.

Acron PXF in final stages
20 March 2017

Do green bonds equal clean?
Do green bonds equal clean?
Lucy Palfreeman
17 March 2017

The power of ‘green’ has ballooned in the past decade, as investors look for responsible ways to invest. People are catching wind of the opportunities for investment in the green bond market, but still with no official global definition, how can we tell the difference between green and sovereign, and how do they apply to trade, asks Lucy Palfreeman?

EBRD finances regional expansion of Louis Dreyfus
17 March 2017

Price squeeze: Russian PXF margins tightening
Price squeeze: Russian PXF margins tightening
Callum Burroughs
16 March 2017

Russian borrowers are pushing for margin tightening on a number of current pre-export refinancings. With bank appetite for Russian investment grade credits on the up, and unsecured borrowing making a return, they are likely to get it.

Brazil court orders Petrobras to restart asset sales
16 March 2017

Resgen secures Boikarabelo mine funding extension
15 March 2017

Noble: Bridging the liquidity gap
Noble: Bridging the liquidity gap
Callum Burroughs
15 March 2017

Following a $1bn-plus loss turnaround in 2016, Noble is back in the debt market with a major refinancing of facilities closed last May. Can the struggling trader up its borrowing, reduce its cost of debt and trade its way back to significant profits in 2017?

Almonty hires Mark Gelmon as chief financial officer
14 March 2017

HSF advises Vitol on Ghana oil and gas project

ING, SocGen turn to LNG for next blockchain test
14 March 2017

Sirius Minerals to move into new HQ as mine plans progress
13 March 2017

Glencore set for early refi
10 March 2017

Ex-Trafigura trader to launch platform to match buyers, sellers
10 March 2017

Onshore, offshore: The Chinese borrowing dynamic is changing
Onshore, offshore: The Chinese borrowing dynamic is changing
Callum Burroughs
10 March 2017

Changes in Chinese foreign exchange regulations could be set to attract new international banks and domestic borrowers to the offshore financing space. And after years of margin compression on dollar denominated loans, international banks look set for a reversal of fortune.

Siccar Point Energy seals RBL facility
8 March 2017