TXF Nordics 2019: Exporting Forum
This regional one day event brings together key decision makers, advisories and exporters together to debate the future of Nordic export finance.
The proposed move of GE Capital’s SCF programme to MUFG raises many questions. How does 'porting' SCF from one provider work (or not), and what makes a corporate choose a bank over a non-bank provider (or otherwise)? What happens to the long tail? TXF spoke to banks and platform providers to gauge their views.
TXF's Financing International Trade (FIT) MasterZone will have its inaugural outing in what is fast becoming the most dynamic and exciting hub for trade, treasury and risk in the world, Singapore. Join us for intensive expert briefings, technology updates and best practice roundtables
In the latest edition of law firm Sullivan & Worcester’s Trade Finance Breakfast Seminar, partner Simon Cook asks whether the legal framework underpinning letters of credit and bills of lading is effective enough to manage electronic payment instruments going forward?
The Letter of Credit (LC) market accounts for $2.3 trillion and has always been dominated by banks. But now, LC LITE has rolled out technological alternatives to LCs by putting loan documentation flow on its new blockchain-based platform, with one major commodity trader already on-board.