TXF Americas 2020
The fun in the sun returns! Bringing all key players together for two days of networking, we explore case studies of the latest deals and examine the next hot opportunities across the region.
Is it time for supply chain finance to be rebranded? Looking 10 years out is a good way of focusing the mind. Even though there’s a big industry around SCF, will we still be looking at it in the same way in 2029? Katharine Morton looks at what may need to change.
At the sidelines of TXF Geneva, TXF sat down with Amitji Odedra from Qbera Capital to discuss corporate appetite for diversification in funding, how the trade finance gap is creating opportunities for alternative funds and dabbling in the secondary trading market.
Payments are the lifeblood of any company. But for years, corporate treasurers have faced a big challenge when sending or receiving money across borders - the lack of visibility into the status, timing or costs of those payments. In this sponsored editorial, Marc Delbaere, global head of corporates and trade at SWIFT, explains how payment tracking is ushering in a new era of clarity.
Matthew Townsend and Jonathan Benson from Allen & Overy outline some of the key points of the EU-Mercosur Association Agreement, focusing on sustainability issues which will be at the forefront of the EU’s deliberations on trade in the coming years in light of the growing international focus on climate change.
Raiffeisen Bank International (RBI) is one of Austria's leading banks with a strong focus on export finance. With eSpeedtrack, RBI has now launched a small-ticket buyer’s credit solution, streamlining and digitizing important steps of the financing process. RBI is working with all major European ECAs. Peter Lennkh, member of the Management Board in charge of Corporate Customers, and Petra Rauscher, Head of Export Finance, explain how eSpeedtrack works.