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Time to worry on credit insurance or Relax-ay-voo?
Time to worry on credit insurance or Relax-ay-voo?
Katharine Morton
29 September 2021

Is there a wave of zombie companies and insolvencies coming in time for Halloween, insolvency tsunamis approaching, reservoirs to overflow in trade credit insurance, or is the lack of claims and trade insolvencies something to chill about? In the immortal words of Dean Martin (not Boris Johnson), should we be told to ‘Relax-ay-voo’?

Private capital investors in trade finance – an asset manager’s perspective
Private capital investors in trade finance – an asset manager’s perspective
Amitji Odedra
23 September 2021

Private capital within trade finance activity comes from a diverse range of participants. Today, there is increasing involvement from private credit funds within trade and commodity trade finance, and given the widening global trade finance gap the opportunities continue to grow. By Amitji Odedra, director at Qbera Capital

Greensill: SCF and insurance industry fallout
Greensill: SCF and insurance industry fallout
Katharine Morton
11 March 2021

How can - or should - the SCF industry distance itself from the fast evolving situation at Greensill Capital? Is more transparency needed? For sure. How should the credit insurance industry respond? What is the fallout? TXF discusses eggs in baskets and babies with bathwater and waking up and smelling coffee with senior industry players.

New SCF for the new normal in emerging markets
New SCF for the new normal in emerging markets
Katharine Morton
16 December 2020

In a discussion supported by Finverity, TXF looks at new ways for companies to effectively use digitisation in emerging markets to propel access to financing for sustainable international trade through supply chain finance (SCF).

New SCF for the new normal in emerging markets
New SCF for the new normal in emerging markets
Katharine Morton
11 December 2020

In a discussion supported by Finverity, TXF looks at new ways for companies to effectively use digitisation in emerging markets to propel access to financing for sustainable international trade through supply chain finance (SCF).

Commodity finance: Traders stir up the funding mix
Commodity finance: Traders stir up the funding mix
Aife Howse
18 February 2020

The commodity trade finance funding mix is evolving. Growing regulation, the rise of alternative funds and all things ESG have contributed to the decline in deal volume in 2019. But are traders being transparent enough about their deals? And will bank-fund hybrid loans form a happy marriage?

TXF Asia 2019 Export, Agency & Project Finance – Top 10 takeaways
TXF Asia 2019 Export, Agency & Project Finance – Top 10 takeaways
Jonathan Bell
27 November 2019

TXF Asia took place in Singapore earlier this month to discuss the growth of ECA and agency financing in the APAC region. Jonathan Bell, editor-in-chief and director at TXF explores the changing face of financing in the region and outlines some of the key opportunities and trends emerging from the conference.

TXF Geneva: Qbera Capital on thinking outside the box
TXF Geneva: Qbera Capital on thinking outside the box
Aife Howse
20 November 2019

At the sidelines of TXF Geneva, TXF sat down with Amitji Odedra from Qbera Capital to discuss corporate appetite for diversification in funding, how the trade finance gap is creating opportunities for alternative funds and dabbling in the secondary trading market.