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Euler Hermes launches its open data portal
15 March 2019

EBRD and EU launch SME credit line in Ukraine
15 March 2019

Central 1 combines invoicing with payment request for SMEs
15 March 2019

Credit risk management lawyer Giorgio Bovenzi joins Haynes and Boone
15 March 2019

StanChart to set up digital SME platform in India
15 March 2019

International Trade Committee blasts government delay in no-deal tariff plans
14 March 2019

NIB and SpareBank 1 Østlandet sign €102m SME loan
14 March 2019

Bulgaria’s Municipal Bank gets core and payments tech from Oracle
14 March 2019

Konsentus signs up seven partners for PSD2 push
14 March 2019

R3 appointed to Trade Finance Advisory Council
14 March 2019

Euler Hermes warns of more insolvencies to come
14 March 2019

Garanti, Türk Eximbank, Ziraat seek syndicated loan renewals
14 March 2019

Changing horses mid race: When SCF programmes switch owners
Changing horses mid race: When SCF programmes switch owners
Katharine Morton
13 March 2019

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.

UK PRA publishes statement on credit risk mitigation policy, allays some concerns
13 March 2019

TXF FIT MasterZone to launch in Singapore on 9 May
TXF FIT MasterZone to launch in Singapore on 9 May
Katharine Morton
13 March 2019

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

Euler Hermes sees revenue and operating profit rise
13 March 2019

Infosys Finacle, Hatton National Bank unite for blockchain trade finance project in Sri Lanka
13 March 2019

Western Union and TuChequera.com form Puerto Rico partnership
13 March 2019

Singapore explores blockchain for electronic bills of lading
13 March 2019

Crowell & Moring boosts international trade practice
13 March 2019

FMO closes $15m SME loan for Banco CMF SA in Argentina
13 March 2019

Technology "steadily deepening international trade"
12 March 2019

FCI unveils preliminary factoring statistics
12 March 2019

FMO arranges $162.5m syndicated loan to Access Bank
12 March 2019

Klein joins LC Lite
12 March 2019

Tipalti introduces Multi-FX solution to streamline global payables
12 March 2019

China Re launches renewable energy consortium at Lloyd’s
12 March 2019

Dutch SME lender Finturi raises €2m funding
12 March 2019

KfW-ifo SME Barometer: Negative sentiment spreads to more parts of the economy
11 March 2019

Starling Bank enters Moneyhub’s payment gateway
11 March 2019

Mastercard acquires Transfast to expand cross-border services
11 March 2019

S&W: Can trade laws catch up with electronic payment instruments?
S&W: Can trade laws catch up with electronic payment instruments?
Ross Crear
11 March 2019

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?

Coface: Oscar Villalonga appointed CEO, North America
11 March 2019

Etihad Credit Insurance, RakBank sign MoU to assist SMEs
11 March 2019

Holger Schelling joins Dentons in banking and finance practice
11 March 2019

The UK to stay in SEPA regardless of Brexit, EPC says
8 March 2019
EPC

HSBC launches PSD2 developer portal
8 March 2019

Originate-and-distribute trade finance model "can close $1.5trn gap"
7 March 2019

Japanese banks unite to launch DLT finance platform services
7 March 2019

Alfa-Bank joins the Marco Polo Network
7 March 2019

QNB Group closes syndication for €2bn loan facility
7 March 2019

Flexcube core banking system gains new takers in LatAm, Europe and Asia
7 March 2019

Palestine Islamic Bank goes digital with Temenos to the core
7 March 2019

ABN AMRO opens branch in Australia

Bank Leumi (UK) selects Eurobase’s Siena
6 March 2019

WorldFirst buys CurrencyVue to develop trade platform
6 March 2019

Wave buys SME business account and card provider Every
6 March 2019

Finacity facilitates increase to $800m of trade receivable funding for Bunge
6 March 2019

How ISO 20022 will transform payment market infrastructures
5 March 2019

LC LITE work: Streamlining LCs on blockchain
LC LITE work: Streamlining LCs on blockchain
Ross Crear
5 March 2019

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.