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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

Stenn closes facility with Natixis to boost trade finance offering
25 July 2018

BNP Paribas AM launches UK private debt fund
24 July 2018

Corporates must tread lightly with delayed supplier payment tactic
23 July 2018

OnDeck expands SME financing to Canada and Australia
20 July 2018

BFS: Brexit uncertainty returns to leave SMEs in economic limbo

Jana Small Finance Bank launches banking operations
19 July 2018

Greensill receives $250m investment from General Atlantic
16 July 2018

HKMA and Ping-An unveil blockchain trade finance platform
16 July 2018

New products, standards buoy Islamic trade finance business
16 July 2018

Azim Walli expands trade and supply chain role at MUFG
12 July 2018

Citrusxchange launches blockchain-based SCF platform
12 July 2018

Liberis gains first SME funding application via Open Banking
12 July 2018

Thinking Capital and Equifax launch BillMarket for Canadian SMEs
11 July 2018

Political risk, trade credit markets may hinge on Trump tariffs
11 July 2018

Euler Hermes outlook: Is the growth peak behind us?
11 July 2018

Tungsten strengthens position on AR side of invoicing
11 July 2018

China tells lenders to slash rates for SMEs
11 July 2018

BFS makes £220m available to UK SMEs in first half of 2018

UK Court of Appeal dismisses public policy challenge to CIETAC award
9 July 2018

TXF Global talk: ECGC on educating SMEs
TXF Global talk: ECGC on educating SMEs
Max Thompson
6 July 2018

TXF caught up with Geetha Muralidahar, chairman and managing director at ECGG, to discuss how ECGC are supporting SMEs and what educational processes need to take place to provide Indian exporters with better access to short-term trade finance.

Stenn International hires Hartmanshenn as global head of credit

New report: Minding faster payments global gaps
3 July 2018

The Tower of Babel and trade finance as an asset class
3 July 2018

Australian alternative lenders vow transparency
2 July 2018

Véronique Sani is appointed Chief Operating Officer of Natixis
2 July 2018

Trade wars: Potential impacts and implications
Trade wars: Potential impacts and implications
Andrew Rankin
1 July 2018

Since US President Donald Trump’s protectionist push has sparked the promise of reciprocal retaliation from the EU, China, and Canada, TXF's Katharine Morton, head of trade, treasury and risk joins a panel from Barclays to see if they can begin to demystify the impending global trade wars.