TXF France 2019
TXF France 2019 will take a focused look at the French export finance market, concentrating on the issues that matter. Hear from high-level speakers and get the chance to have your say in interactive sessions.
In an uncertain and fast-changing trade environment, the challenge for big banks is to be able to adapt quickly to new market realities, while also staying at the forefront of new technologies. Lisa Robins, who moved from Deutsche Bank to Standard Chartered Bank in February to take over as head of transaction banking, discusses the hurdles and opportunities in trade and the developing tech supporting it.
Three major hurricanes, Mexico’s earthquake and California’s fires were estimated to cost the private insurance industry $144 billion in 2017. Earlier this summer, TXF Global discussed how the robust industry has absorbed these losses with no impact to CPRI market prices across the trade, export and project finance spaces.
Last week's announcement that China plans to impose tariffs on up to $60 billion worth of US goods points to a heating up of the trade war between the two countries. Jonathan Bell takes a closer look at the worsening situation and The Week That Was...
Dr. Rebecca Harding of Coreolis Technologies outlines and analyses the economic and political risk factors behind TXF's latest Country Risk Ratings for Sub Saharan Africa in Q2 2018.
Sinosure wants to up its short and long-term export credit insurance exposures to over $450 billion by 2020 and is targeting international lenders for far more business. However, the brewing US-China trade war and concerns over how projects apply capital under the Belt & Road Initiative are casting shadows over the Chinese ECA’s ambitious target.