TXF Germany 2019: Export Finance
The annual German export finance event to join. Senior and exclusive! Includes afternoon session and ice-breaker drinks on the 25th, with a full agenda on the 26th.
In advance of the ICC World Banking Commission annual meeting in Beijing, TXF gathered China financial experts and corporates to talk about financing China trade. Multilateralism was the watchword as the country manages expansion against a slowing growth backdrop.
Contrarian views on the recent HSBC and AllianzGI secondary market trade asset solution aimed at coaxing institutional investors into the trade finance space are explored here. Is the solution all that new? For sure, you can’t please all the investors and analysts all the time, but have they got a point?
Rule changes at Lloyd’s of London have strengthened the 330-year-old insurance market’s ability to support buyers of credit insurance worldwide say James Morrell, class underwriter, credit risk at Brit and David Powell, head of non-marine underwriting at Lloyd’s Market Association.
Just who are you? TXF contemplates trust in trade and the bumblebee in KYC. Some commercial KYC solutions are struggling, but SWIFT is coming into the game for corporate KYC alongside its bank registry. If banks and corporates are going to trust SWIFT for the KYC Registry, why would they need to embrace other technologies such as blockchain for trade?