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Punish Petrobras, says antitrust regulator
10 August 2016

Trafigura extends crude credit to China teapots
9 August 2016

Chinese province extends maturity on $60bn in coal loans
9 August 2016

The long and winding road to digital trade finance documents
The long and winding road to digital trade finance documents
Helen Reid
8 August 2016

Awareness about digitisation of trade finance documents still has a way to go in order for mass adoption to be achieved, as the paperless trade technologies battle against legacy systems. TXF discusses with essDocs the obstacles and ambitions of the growing digital trade finance documentation sector, and how SWIFT’s Bank Payment Obligation might be regaining credence.

Glencore Agri's Canada Pension Plan deal questioned
8 August 2016

Gazprom Marketing & Trading welcomes back Jon Larsen
8 August 2016

Sustainable supply chain management gaining momentum
Sustainable supply chain management gaining momentum
Helen Reid
5 August 2016

Olam’s acquisition of Archer Daniels Midland (ADM)’s cocoa business provides the perfect opportunity to investigate the trader’s track record for sustainable cocoa and palm oil, its particular supply chain management technique, and the way the industry is moving towards ever greater monitoring of sustainable practices.

ITFC launches programme to boost Indonesian coffee exports
5 August 2016

Petrobras could get $768 million from Liquigas sale
4 August 2016

Robert Parson rejoins Clyde & Co
4 August 2016

Trade credit insurers face 'triple whammy' of risks
Trade credit insurers face 'triple whammy' of risks
Helen Reid
2 August 2016

Trade credit insurance is reeling from the shocks affecting the global economy, recent reports from leading insurers show. World corporate risk has reached a peak, says a Coface report, and Euler Hermes reported increased claims from American companies.

Ferrexpo makes final PXF payment on time
2 August 2016

Port of Newscastle takes action against Glencore over fees
29 July 2016

COFCO International hires Matt Jansen as CEO
28 July 2016

S&W Breakfast Briefing: Touching base with regulations
S&W Breakfast Briefing: Touching base with regulations
Oliver Gordon
27 July 2016

In the latest edition of law firm Sullivan & Worcester's Trade Finance Breakfast Seminars, partners Geoffrey Wynne, Mark Norris, Marian Boyle and Sam Fowler-Holmes provide a legal update on a gamut of pressing regulatory issues including the UK's Modern Slavery Act, Article 55 and Bail-In, and international sanctions regimes.

Angola to “look east” after dismissing the IMF
26 July 2016

Castleton cements super-trader status with $3.3 billion loan
Castleton cements super-trader status with $3.3 billion loan
Helen Reid
26 July 2016

Castleton Commodities International has closed a $3.3 billion trade loan refinancing its huge 2015 facility, which marked its expansion into global oil trading. The energy and metals trading company secured a lower margin on the loan and included new Asian lenders, consolidating its position as a super trader.

Metalloinvest announces $600m pre-schedule repayment
26 July 2016

Glencore boss confident of commodities revival
25 July 2016

Stolt-Nielsen secures $325m loan for Jo Tankers acquisition
Stolt-Nielsen secures $325m loan for Jo Tankers acquisition
Jonathan Bell
22 July 2016

Stolt-Nielsen Limited, a Bermuda based provider of integrated transportation solutions for chemicals, and bulk liquids, has secured a $325 million loan with three relationship banks to acquire the chemical tanker operations and assets of Norway’s Jo Tankers.

Mechel's foreign lenders want collateral for restructuring
22 July 2016

Commodity misinvoicing costs billions to developing world
21 July 2016

Rusal sells Jamaican refinery to China
19 July 2016

Petrobras must ramp up sale of assets
19 July 2016

Credit Suisse downgrades Glencore to 'neutral'
19 July 2016

VTB steps up trade support despite sanctions burden
VTB steps up trade support despite sanctions burden
Oliver Gordon
14 July 2016

Ollie Gordon catches up with VTB Bank’s head of global commodities and the managing director of its Trade and Export Finance division to find out how the bank is supporting its exporting clients in a post-sanctions environment.

Banks caught in “vicious circle” – BB Energy CFO
Banks caught in “vicious circle” – BB Energy CFO
Oliver Gordon
13 July 2016

In a wide-ranging interview, Riccardo Greco, chief financial officer of commodity trader BB Energy, talks to TXF’s Ollie Gordon about commodity prices, target markets, the traders’ varying business models, market consolidation, and the present availability of commodity finance.

Banks' regulatory burden "never been heavier" - Deutsche's John MacNamara
Banks' regulatory burden "never been heavier" - Deutsche's John MacNamara
Helen Reid
11 July 2016

On the sidelines of our Natural Resources and Commodities Finance conference in Amsterdam, we caught up with Deutsche Bank's global head of structured commodity trade finance, John MacNamara, who shared his thoughts on the impossibility of predicting commodity prices, the effect of new regulatory burdens on banks, and the commodities outlook for the Russian region.

Russian coal industry facing choppy waters
Russian coal industry facing choppy waters
Bilan Uzhakhov
11 July 2016

It is an open secret that the global electric power industry, of which the coal industry forms a part, is experiencing a system-wide reduction in both volumes and prices of energy resources.

Chevron and Kazakhstan see mutual benefits to oilfield boost
11 July 2016

Trafigura exits Swiss traders' association over transparency
Trafigura exits Swiss traders' association over transparency
Helen Reid
8 July 2016

Trafigura’s exit from the Swiss Trading and Shipping Association demonstrates the effect of past mistakes on its current transparency agenda, and the different priorities and attitudes of big traders towards greater openness.

Petrobras could lose exclusive subsalt rights
8 July 2016

Trafigura quits Swiss industry lobby group
7 July 2016

KrisEnergy transfers credit facility to single lender

PhosAgro’s debut PXF a ‘benchmark transaction’ for future eurobond
PhosAgro’s debut PXF a ‘benchmark transaction’ for future eurobond
Helen Reid
6 July 2016

Russian fertiliser producer PhosAgro’s debut PXF is testing market appetite ahead of a planned Eurodollar bond issuance, as Russian exporters benefit from a weak rouble and look to enter international bond markets.

Debt-ridden Petrobras looks to sell oil fields
6 July 2016

Rex Energy announces reaffirmed borrowing base
6 July 2016

Oil price rally is over for 2016, says Vitol boss
6 July 2016

Agribusiness Kernel renews PXF
5 July 2016

The good, the bad, and who knows what or where next!
The good, the bad, and who knows what or where next!
Jonathan Bell
4 July 2016

The past month of June has been a busy time for TXF, with two of our landmark conferences – TXF Rome and TXF London – blazing their way into the market and both proving to be resounding successes. But it has also been a time of great disappointment for me and colleagues, with the UK population voting to leave the European Union (EU).

YellowWood Adventures becomes a TXF travel partner
YellowWood Adventures becomes a TXF travel partner
Oliver Gordon
4 July 2016

TXF has joined forces with YellowWood Adventures to afford TXF subscribers discounted rates for adventure travel tours through Ethiopia’s iconic mountain ranges.

Petrobras' Indian partners fight delay in Brazil project
4 July 2016

Petrobras to hire Silva for new top strategy post
1 July 2016

Sanjeev Gupta – UK steel’s knight in shining armour?
Sanjeev Gupta – UK steel’s knight in shining armour?
Oliver Gordon
30 June 2016

Ollie Gordon talks to Sanjeev Gupta, the founder and executive chairman of Liberty House Group, about the commodity firm’s much-publicised takeover bid for Tata’s UK steel assets, how he intends to turn around those loss-making businesses, and Liberty’s end-to-end business model and funding strategy.

Sucden secures $400m in RCF and brings six new banks into the facility
Sucden secures $400m in RCF and brings six new banks into the facility
Jonathan Bell
30 June 2016

Commodity trading company Sucres et Denrées (Sucden) has successfully signed its revolving credit facility (RCF) for a total of $400 million, bringing six new banks into the syndicate.

Glencore paid $5 billion to foreign governments
30 June 2016

Petroleum Development Oman raises $4bn PXF
29 June 2016

Rosneft and Pietro Barbaro seal shipping joint venture
29 June 2016

Russia's Phosagro raises $250m PXF
29 June 2016

LMEshield: key questions on warehouse financing structures
29 June 2016