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PrimeRevenue gets additional US patent for Supply Chain Finance System
19 September 2018

Fasten your seatbelts: Trade gets a bumpy night
Fasten your seatbelts: Trade gets a bumpy night
Katharine Morton
19 September 2018

How do you draw together themes of protectionism, regulation and digitisation? Katharine Morton reflects on her travels of the past two weeks and suggests that, amid the recent hike in US tariffs to China, precautions are needed for turbulent times.

Seabury Capital’s trade finance unit partners with Thomson Reuters on Asia project
18 September 2018

Blackstar Capital Acquires New Zealand's Asset Finance
17 September 2018

Sancus hires Matt Speed to Working Capital Finance division
14 September 2018

SME bank loan approvals on the rise
14 September 2018

Africa and China – reinforcing the ties that bind
Africa and China – reinforcing the ties that bind
Jonathan Bell
12 September 2018

China is putting more major funds and resources in place to further cement trade and investment ties with Africa, but asks Jonathan Bell is this sustainable and what are the pros and cons for African states?

Bibby Financial Services announces new support for UK importers
11 September 2018

UK government to boost access to invoice financing for SMEs
11 September 2018

Urals Energy closes $5m PXF with Petraco
11 September 2018

Banking Circle launches receivables factoring offering
11 September 2018

Asahi Breweries: 200 pints a second of trade, treasury and risk
Asahi Breweries: 200 pints a second of trade, treasury and risk
Katharine Morton
10 September 2018

When Japanese brewer Asahi bought SABMiller’s central and European assets from AB InBev (ABI) for €7.3bn it made Asahi Group the third largest brewer in Europe. The deal was one of the most complicated in the history of brewing and Anthony Buchanan, treasurer of Asahi Breweries Europe, still has his work cut out.

OakNorth valued at $2.3bn after closing $100m funding round
10 September 2018

Centrum Financial buys L&T Finance's supply chain business
10 September 2018

Consortium and Boeing launch Cedar Aviation Finance fund
6 September 2018

SME financier Upstream first to bring trade finance to NI
4 September 2018

Demica hires Anthony Hernandez as Chief Operating Officer
31 August 2018

Investly appoints Wayne Hughes as CEO
31 August 2018

Centrum says Encore Theme for supply chain finance
29 August 2018

Mexico and US strike new trade pact to replace NAFTA
Mexico and US strike new trade pact to replace NAFTA
Jonathan Bell
29 August 2018

What does the new trade deal, agreed in principle between the US and Mexico, spell out in the finer detail, and what implications could it have for other trade spats and trade wars that the US has recently instigated? Jonathan Bell takes a closer look and reviews The Week That Was at TXF

Finacity announces trade receivables securitization facility rise for C&W Service
28 August 2018

Hokodo and Centrifuge partner to build decentralised trade insurance
22 August 2018

Turkey turmoil raises difficult questions
Turkey turmoil raises difficult questions
Jonathan Bell
22 August 2018

The Turkish economy has been overheating. Mounting external debt and the mismanagement of the economy has caused the Turkish Lira to plummet against the US dollar and delivered a serious downgrade in its credit rating. Jonathan Bell examines the consequences of the collapse and what impact this could have on you, as well as what this may mean for other emerging markets and their borrowings, plus his regular look back on the week that was at TXF.

Using information advantages to finance B2B transactions
21 August 2018

Nourishing green shoots in Greek trade
Nourishing green shoots in Greek trade
Katharine Morton
20 August 2018

The four systemically important banks in Greece met with TXF at a roundtable hosted by BNY Mellon in Athens and discussed the future of Greek exports. How are the banks helping to nourish and finance green shoots of recovery?

Barclaycard joins with Crowdz to digitise B2B supply chain
17 August 2018

Sweetbridge joins Accord project
14 August 2018

Some say no to late payments legislation in UK despite Carillion failure
13 August 2018

SME lender OnDeck reports rise in net income to $5.8m
10 August 2018

Alpha Business Bank readying to take on US SMEs
9 August 2018

UK urged to split Financial Reporting Council
8 August 2018

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...

Bibby backs UK SME Fyne Audio
7 August 2018

Barclays taps ENABLE guarantee for SME cashback offering

City Bank launches online supply finance chain
6 August 2018

Scorpio Bulkers seals $184m loan facility
6 August 2018

CBM will permit foreign banks to provide import trade financing
3 August 2018

Euler Hermes: Corporate debt hotspots bubbling under a calm surface
3 August 2018

FCA takes no action against RBS in SME row
2 August 2018

Fitch warns of trade finance debt loophole
1 August 2018

PrimeRevenue: 90% of suppliers agree to term extensions
1 August 2018

Reverse factoring: Too little regulation and open to too much abuse
Reverse factoring: Too little regulation and open to too much abuse
Oliver Gordon
31 July 2018

Reverse factoring has been implicated in the demise of two of Europe’s largest corporations – Abengoa and Carillion. Can the holes in reverse factoring accounting regulation be filled to prevent potential large corporation abuse of SMEs in the supply chain finance system?

Longer DSOs could 'free up $33bn in working capital for African groups'
31 July 2018

CIT names Obermueller to lead supply chain finance unit

UK councils not meeting 30-day supply chain payment requirement
27 July 2018

DHgate considering incubators for SME support
27 July 2018

SEC ups investigation into ICICI L/Cs and accounting practices
27 July 2018

StarAgri and KVB launch agri-lending programme in India
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.

Coface says markets recovering as it reveals H1 2018 results
26 July 2018