TXF Sustainable Commodity Finance 2022
Return of the hugely popular virtual event which addresses the challenges of sustainable commodity finance head on. Bringing you an atmosphere that is inspiring & ideas led! The time is now...
A new research report from TXF Intelligence highlights the increasingly important role of private credit funds in the trade and commodity finance market.
In this interview Jacob Katsman, the co-founder and director of GlobalTrade Corporation, discusses with three industry specialists the impact of the new law on the digitalisation of trade and what the law could mean for trade platforms and other jurisdictions.
Partner at Sullivan, Sam Fowler-Holmes presents the October breakfast seminar on structuring trade finance transactions using SPVs and how to balance the risks and rewards.
The masks came off as building resilience in world trade and ESG ran in tandem at ITFA’s in person annual event in Bristol.
While trade finance has an essential role to play in supporting the global economy through the post-COVID recovery, many firms are still unable to access the finance they need. Fortunately, technology can help banks meet their customers’ trade finance needs – and with cloud-based solutions, the cost of a specialist system is no longer prohibitive for small and mid-sized banks, as Surecomp’s Enno-Burghard Weitzel and Andrew Coles explain.
Departures from parts of the trade credit and CPRI market – in particular by Zurich and QBE – have raised eyebrows as reduced capacity could make it harder for banks to secure a programme with a single insurer. What will be the impact, and can improved harmonisation of Basel-compliant documentation help bolster capacity?