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Shop talk: SERVing up a more proactive ECA
Shop talk: SERVing up a more proactive ECA
Max Thompson
14 August 2018

Swiss ECA SERV has pulled off some major innovations in the bond markets - from guaranteeing a rouble bond refinancing to the Sergipe local currency bond deal earlier this year. And CEO Peter Gisler has plans for an even more proactive agency.

EKF suspends cover for Turkey
14 August 2018
EKF

Malaysia Exim to be placed under Miti control
14 August 2018

Aluar raises EKF export credit for Llano Wind phase 2
14 August 2018

US tariffs to spur internationalisation of yuan, says Chexim
14 August 2018

Java 3 IPP to close EDC/SERV-backed loan in 2019
10 August 2018

Altech finalising Tanjung Langsat HPA project financing
10 August 2018

UKEF hires Robin Priestley as Humberside and Teesside export finance manager
10 August 2018

Jawa 1 nears close on DFI/ECA-backed loan
9 August 2018

TXF's latest CIRR trends tracking
TXF's latest CIRR trends tracking
Max Thompson
9 August 2018

TXF Data’s latest weekly tool tracks the yields of relevant sovereign bonds to forecast whether there will be a rise or fall in CIRR rates – the minimum interest rate an OECD ECA can charge for direct loans.

India Exim expects 10-15% growth in lines of credit portfolio
9 August 2018

From London to Loubetsi: Global PRI coverage
From London to Loubetsi: Global PRI coverage
Max Thompson
9 August 2018

Three major hurricanes, Mexico’s earthquake and California’s fires were estimated to cost the private insurance industry $144 billion in 2017. Earlier this summer, TXF Global discussed how the robust industry has absorbed these losses with no impact to CPRI market prices across the trade, export and project finance spaces.

SCG signs $3.2bn loan for Vietnam's first petrochemical complex
8 August 2018
SCG

China-US trade punches
China-US trade punches
Jonathan Bell
8 August 2018

Last week's announcement that China plans to impose tariffs on up to $60 billion worth of US goods points to a heating up of the trade war between the two countries. Jonathan Bell takes a closer look at the worsening situation and The Week That Was...

MSC closes SACE-backed cruise ship financing
7 August 2018

TXF’s top lending opportunities this week
TXF’s top lending opportunities this week
Max Thompson
7 August 2018

TXF Data's top lending opportunity across 70 of the world's most active ECA exporters have arrived for this week..

Hoegh LNG Holdings secures $177m financing for 9th FSRU
6 August 2018

Afreximbank disburses $200m to Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation

Chexim: Belt and Road loans rise 37%
6 August 2018

Sinosure backs MSC scrubber deal with Chinese shipyards
6 August 2018

 Super-Sinosure: Pushing the cover boundaries
Super-Sinosure: Pushing the cover boundaries
Max Thompson
3 August 2018

Sinosure wants to up its short and long-term export credit insurance exposures to over $450 billion by 2020 and is targeting international lenders for far more business. However, the brewing US-China trade war and concerns over how projects apply capital under the Belt & Road Initiative are casting shadows over the Chinese ECA’s ambitious target.

Cat A projects under consideration by ECAs this week
Cat A projects under consideration by ECAs this week
Ross Crear
3 August 2018

For those taking environmental change to heart, TXF Data has been tracking Category A projects under consideration by ECAs every week. Click here to see this week's announcements.

SACE, UniCredit financing signals green light for Kenya's Konza Smart City
3 August 2018

Quick passage of Nigerian factoring law is 'crucial'

KfW IPEX-Bank finances two RoRo ferries for CLdN Cobelfret
2 August 2018

SACE backs glass production installation to Turkey
1 August 2018

Japan and Russia plan LNG hub on Kamchatka Peninsula
1 August 2018

UKEF closes first Airbus deal since 2015
1 August 2018

SACE SIMEST mobilizes €9.3bn
1 August 2018

Austal closes in on EFIC-financed Cape-class export deal
31 July 2018

Uzpromstroybank, Credit Suisse sign €100m ECA-backed loan
31 July 2018

Thailand Exim predicts surge in 2018 2H exports
31 July 2018

Lekela closes on EC/DFI-backed deal for Taiba N'Diaye wind
30 July 2018

BRICS bank consortium to collaborate on blockchain
30 July 2018

Greenalia signs Curtis-Teixeiro biomass project debt
30 July 2018

Austria's OeKB to facilitate trade with Iran despite US sanctions
30 July 2018

Commerzbank opens €500m credit line for Angola
30 July 2018

World Bank offers support in development of Uzbekh export credit agency
30 July 2018

NEXI to cover Mero oil field FPSO project loan
30 July 2018

Hastings Technology Minerals mandates KfW IPEX for UFK-covered project financing
30 July 2018

Fruta del Norte: Lundin Gold’s multi-sourced debt debut
Fruta del Norte: Lundin Gold’s multi-sourced debt debut
Tom Nelthorpe
27 July 2018

Ecuador’s rehabilitation in financing markets begins with a complex deal for Lundin Gold’s Fruta del Norte mine. The financing combines a stream, a prepay, commercial PRI and a rare raw material guarantee from Finnvera.

Nexim approves $69m credit for non-oil exporters
27 July 2018

Soy it goes!
Soy it goes!
Jonathan Bell
27 July 2018

It would be good to escape from major economic trade factors that are influencing our lives – if only for a while, and for some in the Northern Hemisphere that obviously comes as many folk now take their annual summer vacations.

Back of the net: The stated goals of export finance
Back of the net: The stated goals of export finance
Max Thompson
26 July 2018

TXF's third export finance podcast of 2018 discusses the industry goals of five export finance practitioners over the coming years.

Shop talk: Russian innovation in the fight for new lending business
Shop talk: Russian innovation in the fight for new lending business
Ross Crear
26 July 2018

Margin and fee compression in the Russian corporate, project and export finance markets is forcing Russian banks to innovate, refocus and fight hard for new business. According to Dina Merkulova, head of trade and export finance at Alfa-Bank, some banks and agencies are responding better than others.

KfW IPEX-Bank and Helaba finance BMW building complex
26 July 2018

Uganda Airlines turns to ECAs to finance Bombardier, Airbus planes
25 July 2018

ASU rate rise surprise
25 July 2018

Thailand Exim opens office in Laos
25 July 2018

Afreximbank advises on Telecom Egypt, Liquid Telecom fiber optic network MoU