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SWIFT CEO Gottfried Leibbrandt to step down after 7 years
13 December 2018

Temenos acquires SaaS vendor Avoka for $245m
13 December 2018

OweMe gets funding for blockchain trade finance
13 December 2018

US-China rivalry in Africa set to sharpen in 2019
13 December 2018

Laurence Guguen joins Miller's CPRI team
13 December 2018

Amsterdam Trade Bank announces first securitisation transaction with Citibank
13 December 2018

EBRD agrees $75m trade finance line to Lebanon's Bank Audi
12 December 2018

Swisscom Blockchain and essDOCS unveil paperless trade partnership
12 December 2018

Ecobank appoints MFS Africa as digital payment partner
12 December 2018

International Bank of Azerbaijan goes FICO for financial crime fight
12 December 2018

Finacity facilitates trade receivable funding for Spain’s Deoleo
12 December 2018

BP awards pan-European cash management to BNP Paribas
12 December 2018

Private carriers ‘crowded out’ of Canadian trade credit insurance market
11 December 2018

AXA XL: Etienne Champion hired as Head of Underwriting Asia International Reinsurance
11 December 2018

Currencies Direct switches on xCurrent from Ripple for Indian remittances
11 December 2018

First Abu Dhabi Bank goes live on Temenos T24 core system
10 December 2018

Right problem – wrong solution: The threat to the multilateral official finance system
Right problem – wrong solution: The threat to the multilateral official finance system
Paul Mudde
10 December 2018

Often priced at well below accepted market rates, Chinese official finance is a major hurdle to fair competition in the global export market. A growing number of governments are attempting to compete by circumventing OECD rules and blurring trade with aid. But adding more unfair trade practices risks the global official finance system self-combusting and ending any real chance of a lasting and fair resolution to the problem.

China Lending Corp launches new SCF services
10 December 2018

Wyelands Bank completes asset-based lending deal for stainless steel supplier
10 December 2018

UniCredit makes senior appointments in Asia-Pacific
7 December 2018

How far will the PRI market move away from wet ink signatures?
How far will the PRI market move away from wet ink signatures?
Daniel Pembrey
7 December 2018

Bernie de Haldevang, head of specialty at Canopius, talks to TXF about the digitisation of trade finance insurance and how the market is still wedded to paper. The market is becoming increasing dependent on private insurance to deal with risk weighted asset relief among the banks as geopolitical signs point to a riskier world.

R3 and European banks complete euro commercial paper transaction
7 December 2018

Traydstream secures Meezan Bank mandate
7 December 2018

Osman Semerci hired as consultant at Finance & Insurance
7 December 2018

QBE European Operations strengthens trade credit team
7 December 2018

Deutsche Bank $3.5bn TRAFIN refinancing oversubscribed
6 December 2018

Bank Audi launches online supply chain finance platform
6 December 2018

Alibaba inks deal with Belgium to create trading hub
6 December 2018

EBRD supports microfinance in Tunisia
6 December 2018

ICD to introduce blockchain solutions in Islamic banking system
5 December 2018

EU details action plan on money laundering
5 December 2018

Othera signs NEOS to enterprise blockchain for the digitisation of Netherlands SME loans
5 December 2018

SWIFT pilots integrated payment validation service
5 December 2018

Etihad Credit and Natixis team up
5 December 2018

Risky Business: Brexit ups the rhetoric of trade weaponization in Europe
Risky Business: Brexit ups the rhetoric of trade weaponization in Europe
Katharine Morton
5 December 2018

TXF and Coriolis Technologies’ country risk index digs deep into the strategic trends in militarisation of trade. In this section Rebecca Harding, CEO of Coriolis Technologies sees weaponization of trade in Brexit rhetoric, European populism and Turkish troubles. This is the fifth in the series of seven insights.

Webinar 12 December: What’s moved the dial in trade and treasury tech in 2018?
Webinar 12 December: What’s moved the dial in trade and treasury tech in 2018?
Katharine Morton
4 December 2018

We reflect on 2018 and ask what has actually made a difference in trade technology in the past year and pick out the highlights amid the hype.

EBRD signs $50m trade facility with Egypt's Arab African International Bank
4 December 2018

Risky business: Arms imports up in surprising places in Asia
Risky business: Arms imports up in surprising places in Asia
Katharine Morton
4 December 2018

TXF and Coriolis Technologies’ country risk index digs into strategic trends in trade weaponization in Asia. Here, Rebecca Harding, CEO of Coriolis Technologies sees Asia in transition, China’s weapons trade increasing and upticks in arms imports in Australia, Japan and Indonesia. This is the fourth in the series of eight insights.

Leumi UK appoints Mallin as new chief business officer
3 December 2018

LBBW joins Marco Polo
3 December 2018

RBI ups post and pre-shipment export credit subsidy
3 December 2018

Etihad Credit announces export support plans
3 December 2018

Afreximbank extending local agent network to meet SME lending gap
3 December 2018

CDC invests in local Nigerian SME fund and to open new Lagos office
3 December 2018

S&W breakfast briefing: Insurance and finance case law update
S&W breakfast briefing: Insurance and finance case law update
Max Thompson
3 December 2018

In the latest edition of law firm Sullivan & Worcester’s Trade Finance Breakfast Seminar, partners Marian Boyle and Sam Fowler-Holmes highlight the importance of conditions precedent to an insurer’s liability, as well as the need to contextualise contract phrases against the policy.

Risky business: US exports populism, Canada and Mexico weaponize
Risky business: US exports populism, Canada and Mexico weaponize
Katharine Morton
30 November 2018

The US’s most successful export at the moment seems to be populism, says Rebecca Harding, CEO of Coriolis Technologies. TXF and Coriolis Technologies’ country risk index investigates the trends in trade weaponization in the Americas. Here, Canada and Mexico export arms, Central America imports populism. This is the third in the series of seven insights.

AfDB approves $100m facility to boost trade financing across Africa
30 November 2018

Blockchain platform Vakt goes live for North Sea crude oil trading
30 November 2018

Commerzbank builds trade finance innovation lab
30 November 2018

First banks go live on TIPS using SWIFTNet Instant
30 November 2018