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Mexico’s AMLO: A bumpier ride but not a train wreck
Mexico’s AMLO: A bumpier ride but not a train wreck
David H. Anderson
14 January 2019

Mexico’s had its ‘moments’ both positive and negative but has been seen as relatively stable for the past decade. Is that all going to change with the new president’s regime? And, what is the outlook for trade under ‘AMLO’?

Accuity appoints David Wilson as new CEO
14 January 2019

Bank of China to enable payment in yuan on US e-commerce platforms
14 January 2019

ACI Worldwide unveils real-time payments in Malaysia
14 January 2019

China’s slumping trade adds pressure for settlement with Trump
14 January 2019

Tradeshift joins FRDM on app to help fight slavery in supply chains
14 January 2019

Elavon acquires CenPOS for payments push
14 January 2019

Barclays Corporate Banking VC Jeremy Wilson announces retirement
14 January 2019

David Hennah to join iGTB from Finastra
11 January 2019

Ideanomics enters cross-border trade finance deal with NFTZ
11 January 2019

Bibby Financial Services hires Kash Ahmad as MD Canada
11 January 2019

CAN Capital hires Edward Siciliano as new CEO
11 January 2019

A day in the life of Deutsche Bank MD Piers Constable
11 January 2019

PSD2: Ready or not? Not, says Whitepages Pro
10 January 2019

Euler Hermes: Prepare for another year of rising insolvencies
10 January 2019

Countingup finds its auto-match for payments invoicing
10 January 2019

EIB and Garanti Bank join forces to support businesses run by women
10 January 2019

Is the OECD Consensus still fit for purpose?
Is the OECD Consensus still fit for purpose?
Max Thompson
9 January 2019

OECD exporters and ECAs often cite the need to modernise the OECD Consensus on export credits. The International Working Group on Export Credits (IWG) is making progress – but will the IWG guidelines provide alternative rules to the OECD, or will it run alongside them?

Euro Exim Bank deal puts Ripple on correspondent course
9 January 2019

Brexit; Financial services companies to move almost £800bn of assets to Europe
9 January 2019

End of an era: supply chain software pioneer Kurt Cavano steps down
9 January 2019

Intesa Sanpaolo goes Orbian for supply chain support
9 January 2019

World Bank warns economy faces 'darkening skies'
9 January 2019

Alipay powers Pakistan’s blockchain cross-border remittance service
9 January 2019

Trade finance funds: Confidence dips on Shinhan retreat
Trade finance funds: Confidence dips on Shinhan retreat
Daniel Pembrey
8 January 2019

Shinhan Capital’s recent redemptions and BAF Capital’s winding down of BLTFF have focused attention on inefficiencies in the trade finance fund market. The extent of the ripple effect on investor confidence has yet to be seen, but it is likely there will be some casualties among less specialist fund managers that have entered the trade space.

AfDB approves $14m to support Nigeria’s membership in ATI
8 January 2019

Finexio targets B2B payments compliance
8 January 2019

Jim Yong Kim steps down as World Bank president
8 January 2019

Baker Botts hires corporate and projects lawyers to London office
8 January 2019

UK tries another late payments tactic with stoplight system
7 January 2019

China Banking Association pushes trade finance on blockchain
7 January 2019

ICC: Banks in Middle East optimistic over paperless trade finance
7 January 2019

Amanda Teoh joins HSF asset finance practice in Singapore
7 January 2019

Hungary's banks start testing instant-payments system
7 January 2019

Risky Business: Africa terrorism, regime risks and corruption but still relative stability
Risky Business: Africa terrorism, regime risks and corruption but still relative stability
Katharine Morton
4 January 2019

TXF and Coriolis Technologies’ country risk index investigates the trends in trade weaponization in Africa. Rebecca Harding, CEO of Coriolis Technologies points to increased terrorism, political risks and the double-edged sword of China’s BRI. This is the seventh in the current series of seven insights.

Shop talk: VTB on evolving ‘Sino-Russia’ relations
Shop talk: VTB on evolving ‘Sino-Russia’ relations
Ross Crear
4 January 2019

Igor Ostreyko, managing director of trade and export finance at VTB, and Anna Ponomareva, head of ECA and agency finance at VTB, discuss product innovations in a post-sanction environment, and how the state-owned bank has become the only Russian lender to tap Sinosure cover.

Elisabeth Baltay joins Proskauer in London
4 January 2019

Qatar National Bank revamps payments systems with Infosys Finacle
4 January 2019

Former Carillion bosses quizzed as government probe deepens
3 January 2019

Doha Bank closes $525m syndicated senior unsecured term loan facility
3 January 2019

Visa to acquire Earthport for £198m
3 January 2019

Ant Financial in talks to buy WorldFirst
3 January 2019

National Bank of Kuwait moves to SWIFT gpi with ACI Worldwide
3 January 2019

Afreximbank, AGF sign $30m re-guarantee facility for SMEs

IIG Trade Finance faces redemption trouble
21 December 2018

COFCO, ADM, Bunge, Louis Dreyfus, Cargill partner in digital trade partnersip
21 December 2018

Finastra: Eric Duffaut hired as President and Global Head of Field Operations
21 December 2018

Volt prepares for Australian open banking with Temenos
21 December 2018

BAF Capital confirms winding down of trade finance fund
20 December 2018

Finastra scores win in Myanmar with Kanbawza Bank
20 December 2018