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S&W breakfast briefing: Treading carefully over sanctions
S&W breakfast briefing: Treading carefully over sanctions
Ross Crear
13 February 2019

In the latest edition of law firm Sullivan & Worcester’s Trade Finance Breakfast Seminar, partner Geoffrey Wynne assesses the vulnerability of trade and commodity finance to money laundering while stepping into the sanctions minefield by examining their increased use as a political tool.

StanChart signs China supply chain finance MoU with Linklogis
12 February 2019

German banks manoeuvre in Washington to temper Russia sanction risk
12 February 2019

WFW hires partner Guan Jian to Hong Kong maritime practice
12 February 2019

SWIFT to open The KYC Registry to corporates
12 February 2019

Beehive forms SME financing partnership with Thanachart Bank
11 February 2019

State Bank of India partners with Invoicemart
11 February 2019

Visa fights back against Mastercard with £247m Earthport offer
11 February 2019

Bibby Financial Services appoints David Ciccolo as new MD
8 February 2019

AXA XL launches suite of crisis management solutions in France
8 February 2019

AxiomSL hires Joao Serodio as Product Manager for the Trade and Transaction suite
8 February 2019

Convex Group re/insurance sees Stephen Catlin preparing new launch
8 February 2019

FMO and ABN AMRO provide $15m to SMT Guinea Transhipment Company
7 February 2019

Trump nominates US Treasury's David Malpass to lead World Bank
7 February 2019

Amex, Bill.com Launch Vendor Pay
7 February 2019

NatWest and RBS tap FreeAgent for SME account feeds
7 February 2019

UnionBank-IBM blockchain venture aims to revolutionise trade finance in Philippines
7 February 2019

TriLinc reveals $18m trade finance loans in Latin America
7 February 2019

Edwards appointed as trade finance advisor to SMBC
6 February 2019

LC LITE aims to streamline LoC market with blockchain platform
6 February 2019

Interserve agrees £480m debt-for-equity swap
6 February 2019

Interesting catch: Why MUFG is taking on GE Capital’s TPS
Interesting catch: Why MUFG is taking on GE Capital’s TPS
Katharine Morton
6 February 2019

Taking on an active corporate supply chain finance programme can be a daunting prospect. When that one is the size of GE Capital’s Trade Payables Services, it changes the dimension of the challenge. TXF spoke to Maureen Sullivan, Managing Director and Head of MUFG’s Supply Chain Finance Group for the Americas about why the bank has made such a move, and what her plans are for TPS.

Coface: Economic downturn and political risks are pitfalls for businesses in 2019
6 February 2019

Waldorf Trade Risk launches ReceivaSure for SMEs
6 February 2019

Afreximbank unveils $500m programme to boost Tunisia-Africa trade
6 February 2019

Mauritius Commercial Bank closes $500m dual tranche facility
6 February 2019

Europe launches INSTEX to support Iran trade
5 February 2019

£30bn Crown Commercial Service framework bid launched
5 February 2019

Emirates Development Bank rolls out SME credit guarantee scheme
5 February 2019

ITFC and Saudi Exports launch Export Finance Promotion Initiative
5 February 2019

UK customs rules simplified for no-deal Brexit
5 February 2019

ADB takes stake in Annapurna micro finance
5 February 2019

Etihad Credit Insurance mandates EY for advisory
5 February 2019

Surecomp launches open API platform for trade finance apps
5 February 2019

Expert briefing: Brexit, trade, and blockchain
Expert briefing: Brexit, trade, and blockchain
Alisa DiCaprio
4 February 2019

How could blockchain processes have helped streamline the challenges of supply chain management evolving under Brexit? In a paper by R3 and the Global Trade Strategy Forum, Alisa diCaprio outlines the benefits. It may be too late (or too soon) to help with that thorny challenge, but the transparency afforded by distributed ledger technology could mitigate any form of disruption from trade uncertainty.

EBRD agrees loan to Turkish factoring firm TAM Faktoring
4 February 2019

FMO arranges $162.5m syndicated loan to Nigeria's Access Bank
4 February 2019

Taulia gains former LiquidX EMEA director
4 February 2019

SWIFT to assist Bangladesh Bank after $81m hack
4 February 2019

EU unveils Iran trade vehicle as it vows to salvage nuclear deal
1 February 2019

Rover180 invests in AI through Vemity deal
1 February 2019

BFS: Brexit-linked downturn looms for SMEs as sales fall and costs rise
1 February 2019

Billd raises $60m to boost SCF for construction suppliers and contractors
31 January 2019

Credorax turns to Temenos’ T24 Transact for payments push
31 January 2019

IIFM and BAFT publish MPAs for Islamic trade finance
31 January 2019

Qbera Capital makes headway in the trade finance fund market
30 January 2019

SWIFT to open gpi to e-commerce and DLT platforms
30 January 2019

De-dollarisation of Russia’s FX reserves: When geopolitics trump economics
De-dollarisation of Russia’s FX reserves: When geopolitics trump economics
Ondrej Schneider
30 January 2019

A dramatic fall in the proportion of Russia’s reserves held in dollars may seem counter-intuitive from an economic point of view when the greenback is so prominent in Russia’s trade. How far can the policy go?

TrueLayer launches Open Banking-based payments API
30 January 2019

TradeIX announces new leadership appointments
30 January 2019