TXF Africa 2020 Virtual
A premium online event focusing on recent and forthcoming developments across regional export & project finance with unbeatable networking opportunities across each market.
There’s been a lot of activity behind the scenes at ECAs amid the abrupt systemic shock of Coronavirus. Some have been faster, and some more transparent communicators, than others. Is it a judge of character? TXF looks at the degrees of action in the market and applauds those taking steps to help SMEs and smaller businesses. After all, it’s the sector many profess to want to support in times of need, and now is a great opportunity.
On 8 March, men and women across the world celebrated International Women’s Day. This week, TXF’s Eavie Burnett takes a closer look at the vital role women and other minority groups play in the sphere of global trade.
Dr Rebecca Harding, CEO of Coriolis Technologies, looks at the UK’s trade negotiation stance after Brexit amid the Coronavirus outbreak. The interconnected nature of global trade means there are (sometimes unusual) opportunities and risks for the country
James Burgess, head of commercial for London and UK South East region at Atradius takes a look at the latest developments in the tit-for-tat US-China trade war, and asks whether 2020 will mark the end of trade war fears?
In the latest edition of Sullivan's trade finance breakfast briefing, partners Geoffrey Wynne and Alexandra Shipulina outline the issues in documenting trade finance transactions amid a growing regulatory landscape across the trade and commodity finance world in 2020.