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JP Morgan picks Bora to automate SUA B2B payments
9 May 2019

Fintech on the rise in Africa
9 May 2019

Africa seen as a bright spot for syndicated loan opportunities
8 May 2019

Visa seals Earthport acquisition
8 May 2019

Sullivan: Covering debt for capital relief
Sullivan: Covering debt for capital relief
Ross Crear
8 May 2019

In the latest edition of law firm Sullivan's Trade Finance Breakfast Seminar, partner Marian Boyle and managing associate Hannah Fearn examine the use of insurance and guarantees by financial institutions as a tool for capital relief for exposures. However, certain guarantees carry specific risks and banks need be able to demonstrate their adequate risk management capabilities.

Voltron consortium grows to over 50 banks and corporates
8 May 2019

Atradius: Chris Williamson joins Northern Hub

Atradius: Transparency is key to protecting retail supply chain
8 May 2019

FMO investment increase access to financial services in India
8 May 2019

US-EXIM: Back in big business?
US-EXIM: Back in big business?
Max Thompson
8 May 2019

The US Senate is scheduled to vote today on the three nominees to serve on the board of US-EXIM. If the full quorum is confirmed as expected, will the dark cloud which has loomed over the agency for nearly four years finally clear and open up its stagnant $40 billion deal pipeline?

Ameriabank, Citibank and ADF expand cooperation in trade finance
7 May 2019

HSBC Singapore hires new trade finance head Tze Tze Lee
7 May 2019

EIB agrees SME loan to Denmark's Jyske Bank
7 May 2019

Santander adds trade finance to SME mobile app Asto
7 May 2019

Ripple partners with Ria Money Transfer to on instant global payments
7 May 2019

ACI Worldwide ready for Saudi Arabia's real time payments launch
7 May 2019

Cross-border payments start-up Thunes raises $10m
7 May 2019

Austria’s Raiffeisen Bank International joins Marco Polo
7 May 2019

HSBC unveils Digital Accounts Receivables Tool
7 May 2019

Beta version of Finturi's blockchain based invoice financing platform goes live
7 May 2019

BlueVine and GovQuote team up to fund SMEs
3 May 2019

NatWest introduces merchant acquiring service for SMEs
3 May 2019

Malaysia's first commodities e-commerce trading platform launched
3 May 2019

Mercury Payment Solutions and Arion Bank select Fiserv AML tech

EXIM Thailand unveils new facilities to support SME exports to CLMV
3 May 2019

Canada and Singapore central banks use blockchain for cross-border payments
3 May 2019

Stephen Catlin launches re/insurance start-up Convex

Bombardier to sell Belfast operations
2 May 2019

Norton Rose Fulbright Global Head of Trade Finance moves to New York

SWIFT launches new case resolution service to speed up cross-border payments
2 May 2019

Canopius appoints Claudio Saita to lead new Sydney office
2 May 2019

BlackBuck raises $150m to digitise freight and logistics across India
2 May 2019

CRBC signs PPP agreement for first CPEC framework SEZ in Pakistan

Ixaris partners with Banking Circle on cross-border payments
2 May 2019

BAFT elects Zion’s Mark Garfield to lead board of directors
2 May 2019

Epiroc expands the use of GlobalTrade in US, China, and India for LC and guarantee management
1 May 2019
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LMA: Geopolitical risk and economic climate main challenges to growth
1 May 2019

Citi uses AI to digitise compliance in NextGen Project
1 May 2019
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Pulling the plug on TSU and the wiring of trade finance: What next for BPO?
Pulling the plug on TSU and the wiring of trade finance: What next for BPO?
Katharine Morton
1 May 2019

Now that SWIFT’s Trade Services Utility (TSU), the matching application that underpinned the Bank Payment Obligation, is on its way out, the wiring of trade finance needs looking at. Katharine Morton warns that it can feel like explaining how electricity works.

HSBC partners with CGI on global trade technology platform
30 April 2019

Citi enters partnership with Vietnam's Payoo
30 April 2019

Coriolis and GTPA announce digital trade database partnership
30 April 2019

Etihad Credit Insurance unveils association with Berne Union
30 April 2019

Indonesia’s PTPN launches $200m debut offshore deal
29 April 2019

Ciaran McGowan joins we.trade as General Manager
29 April 2019

Singapore to be “launchpad” for Chinese firms entering ASEAN
29 April 2019

Sumitomo Mitsui Trust Bank turns to Oracle FSS for tech modernisation
29 April 2019

Tata Motors Finance to raise $100m in debt funding from IFC
29 April 2019

SME lender iwoca overtakes Santander and HSBC
29 April 2019

ADB's bid to standardise Suspicious Activity Reports in trade finance
ADB's bid to standardise Suspicious Activity Reports in trade finance
Katharine Morton
26 April 2019

TXF spoke with Steven Beck, head of trade and supply chain finance at the Asian Development Bank (ADB), to find out more about the development bank’s year-on-year growth in supported trade, as well as its latest initiative to create a standardised approach to the reporting of Suspicious Activity Reports (SARs) by banks to regulators.