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Risky business: Marriages of convenience and hybrid trade wars in Russia and Eurasia
Risky business: Marriages of convenience and hybrid trade wars in Russia and Eurasia
Katharine Morton
29 November 2018

TXF and Coriolis Technologies’ country risk index investigates the trends in trade weaponization in Russia and Eurasia. Here, Russia’s ‘hybrid war’ trade strategy and it’s marriage of convenience with China’s trade tactics are investigated by Rebecca Harding, CEO of Coriolis Technologies. This is the second in the series of seven insights.

NR Capital executes electronic Bill of Lading for floating gasoil storage deal
29 November 2018

World trade momentum weaker but growing, says DHL
29 November 2018

Outsourcing due diligence: Keeping deals the right sort of clean
Outsourcing due diligence: Keeping deals the right sort of clean
Matt Reed
29 November 2018

With stringent regulation and increasingly complex transactions pitched against borrowers’ expectations for rapid decision making, the pressures on due diligence are at an all-time high. Matt Reed, Associate Director at RedRidge Diligence Services, discusses the latest trends in how capital providers in the trade and project finance space are managing these pressures.

eFactor Network plans five-fold increase in financing for Mexican companies
29 November 2018

BNP Paribas and Apple Pay extend their offer to more customers
29 November 2018

Control Risks CEO Richard Fenning to step down, succeeded by Nick Allan
28 November 2018

Pelican hires Byron McKinney to trade finance compliance team
28 November 2018

Natixis becomes first French bank to connect to TIPS
28 November 2018

Risky business: Where are we now in world trade weaponization?
Risky business: Where are we now in world trade weaponization?
Katharine Morton
28 November 2018

TXF and Coriolis Technologies’ country risk index digs deep into the strategic trends in militarisation of trade and in this overview, Rebecca Harding, CEO of Coriolis Technologies sees weaponization of trade in unexpected areas. This is the first in the series of seven insights.

Airbus to resume deliveries to HNA Group after payments dispute
28 November 2018

Tradewind expands VaultChain metals-trading blockchain platform to silver
28 November 2018

Coface: French SMEs see rise in number of insolvencies
28 November 2018

WTO analyses potential impact of Blockchain on global trade
28 November 2018

Brexit and late payments top concerns of SMEs
28 November 2018

WTO signals further loss of momentum in trade growth into Q4
28 November 2018

Bank of East Asia extends Finastra trade finance partnership
27 November 2018

Tradeshift makes bid to buy Basware
27 November 2018

Kotak Mahindra launches open banking platform
26 November 2018

Euler Hermes withdraws cover for Liberty House suppliers
26 November 2018

Bibby appoints new head of Export Finance
26 November 2018

RSA facing ED&F Man Sugar lost sugar claim
26 November 2018

QTG lists first West African local currency corporate bond on LSE
26 November 2018

Afreximbank releases strong nine-month results
26 November 2018

China’s offshore receivables boosted by cross-border e-commerce
23 November 2018

State Bank of Mauritius names Sidarth Rath as CEO
23 November 2018

SWIFT India and MonetaGo pilot fraud prevention for Indian banks
23 November 2018

China policy shift gets cool bank response
23 November 2018

Stern expanding SME trade finance operations
23 November 2018

YES Bank digitises trade documentation
22 November 2018

All sides can benefit from the Belt and Road Initiative
All sides can benefit from the Belt and Road Initiative
Agnes Vargas
22 November 2018

As the expansive Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) matures, it’s becoming increasingly clear that China cannot entirely fund the potential infrastructure and business opportunities alone. Could there be a larger role for non-Chinese corporates and financial institutions to play? Agnes Vargas, director, FI Asia, Commerzbank, considers their prospects.

EBRD proposes oil diversification for Kazakhstan
22 November 2018

Saxo Bank appoints new COO of Global Distribution
22 November 2018

SWIFT India to pilot MonetaGo distributed ledger
21 November 2018

Citi Payment Insights now available in 70+ markets
21 November 2018

Piraeus Bank is the first bank in Greece to go live on SWIFT gpi
21 November 2018

OrganiMark partners with Sweetbridge blockchain platform
21 November 2018

Dubai Chamber and Etihad Credit Insurance partner to boost trade
21 November 2018

HSBC works with Biz2Credit on SME lending in Canada
21 November 2018

Euler Hermes: Embracing the digital revolution
Euler Hermes: Embracing the digital revolution
Daniel Pembrey
21 November 2018

Mark Schulz, director of risk, claims & collections and executive board member at Euler Hermes Switzerland, explains how Euler Hermes has embraced the digital revolution, expanded its presence in emerging markets and increased its product offerings. And there’s much more still in the pipeline.

Taulia appoints Jamie Whiteway to lead APAC team
20 November 2018

Credendo: Growth remains robust in Morocco
20 November 2018

AXA XL takes full ownership of New Ocean Capital Management
20 November 2018

International Financial Sanctions: How is the landscape changing?
International Financial Sanctions: How is the landscape changing?
Leigh Hansson
20 November 2018

International businesses are facing a more challenging and perilous sanctions environment. Brett Hillis and Leigh Hansson, partners at Reed Smith, discuss key sanctions regimes in Russia and Iran, as well as the long-reach of US sanctions, Brexit, and the uncertainties raised by the EU Blocking Regulation.

Citi corporates adjust supply chains amid trade disputes
20 November 2018

SMEs in China: Monetary easing won't be sufficient to reduce credit pressure
20 November 2018

BAFT names Diane Reyes as new chair of Transaction Banking Global Leaders
19 November 2018

Sound Ef-FEXs: It’s good to talk export finance
19 November 2018

World Blockchain Trade Consortium is launched
19 November 2018

Regulators worry as banks step back from international money transfers
19 November 2018