TXF Spain 2018
TXF returns for its fourth Iberian iteration: TXF Spain. Join us for more interactive discussions with Spain's leading exporters, financial institutions, ECAs, DFIs, insurers and advisers.
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...
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?
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.
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.