TXF France 2019
TXF France 2019 will take a focused look at the French export finance market, concentrating on the issues that matter. Hear from high-level speakers and get the chance to have your say in interactive sessions.
Often priced at well below accepted market rates, Chinese official finance is a major hurdle to fair competition in the global export market. A growing number of governments are attempting to compete by circumventing OECD rules and blurring trade with aid. But adding more unfair trade practices risks the global official finance system self-combusting and ending any real chance of a lasting and fair resolution to the problem.
Bernie de Haldevang, head of specialty at Canopius, talks to TXF about the digitisation of trade finance insurance and how the market is still wedded to paper. The market is becoming increasing dependent on private insurance to deal with risk weighted asset relief among the banks as geopolitical signs point to a riskier world.
TXF and Coriolis Technologies’ country risk index digs deep into the strategic trends in militarisation of trade. In this section Rebecca Harding, CEO of Coriolis Technologies sees weaponization of trade in Brexit rhetoric, European populism and Turkish troubles. This is the fifth in the series of seven insights.
We reflect on 2018 and ask what has actually made a difference in trade technology in the past year and pick out the highlights amid the hype.
TXF and Coriolis Technologies’ country risk index digs into strategic trends in trade weaponization in Asia. Here, Rebecca Harding, CEO of Coriolis Technologies sees Asia in transition, China’s weapons trade increasing and upticks in arms imports in Australia, Japan and Indonesia. This is the fourth in the series of eight insights.
In the latest edition of law firm Sullivan & Worcester’s Trade Finance Breakfast Seminar, partners Marian Boyle and Sam Fowler-Holmes highlight the importance of conditions precedent to an insurer’s liability, as well as the need to contextualise contract phrases against the policy.
The US’s most successful export at the moment seems to be populism, says Rebecca Harding, CEO of Coriolis Technologies. TXF and Coriolis Technologies’ country risk index investigates the trends in trade weaponization in the Americas. Here, Canada and Mexico export arms, Central America imports populism. This is the third in the series of seven insights.
TXF and Coriolis Technologies’ country risk index investigates the trends in trade weaponization in Russia and Eurasia. Here, Russia’s ‘hybrid war’ trade strategy and it’s marriage of convenience with China’s trade tactics are investigated by Rebecca Harding, CEO of Coriolis Technologies. This is the second in the series of seven insights.
With stringent regulation and increasingly complex transactions pitched against borrowers’ expectations for rapid decision making, the pressures on due diligence are at an all-time high. Matt Reed, Associate Director at RedRidge Diligence Services, discusses the latest trends in how capital providers in the trade and project finance space are managing these pressures.