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TXF MENA: Top 10 takeaways
TXF MENA: Top 10 takeaways
Hesham Zakai
23 October 2019

ECA excellence and large-scale multisourced project finance were the talk of the town at TXF MENA 2019 this month. TXF’s MD Hesham Zakai outlines the most dominant opportunities and headwinds facing the region.

ICC: Working together in trade to tackle compliance
ICC: Working together in trade to tackle compliance
Olivier Paul
15 October 2019

Olivier Paul, director of finance for development at the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) explains the need to comply with mounting regulation and compliance requirements has led to unintended consequences for trade finance.

ICC: Working together in trade to tackle compliance
ICC: Working together in trade to tackle compliance
Olivier Paul
15 October 2019

Olivier Paul, director of finance for development at the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) explains the need to comply with mounting regulation and compliance requirements has led to unintended consequences for trade finance.

Tasting multilateralism in China trade
Tasting multilateralism in China trade
Katharine Morton
1 July 2019

In advance of the ICC World Banking Commission annual meeting in Beijing, TXF gathered China financial experts and corporates to talk about financing China trade. Multilateralism was the watchword as the country manages expansion against a slowing growth backdrop.

Tapping fingers on the table for China trade at the ICC
Tapping fingers on the table for China trade at the ICC
Katharine Morton
17 April 2019

TXF joined the ICC Banking Commission in Beijing as it celebrates a century of the institution whose founders were dubbed the ‘merchants of peace’. Katharine Morton contemplates the role of peace merchants amid the ‘warriors’ of trade and how China fits into the mix.

Private wealth: Bridging the infrastructure and trade gaps?
Private wealth: Bridging the infrastructure and trade gaps?
Paul Golden
26 June 2018

On paper the demand should be there – a mix of low default short tenor and long tenor assets make trade and infrastructure a logical mix for private wealth investors. But both markets still present significant problems to entry for non-institutional investors, even via sector specific fund managers.

Opinion: An evolving Trade Register is essential to trade finance
Opinion: An evolving Trade Register is essential to trade finance
Olivier Paul
31 March 2017

Olivier Paul - Head of Policy, the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Banking Commission - outlines the continuing value of ICC’s Trade Register project, its successes to date, and its challenges and future evolution given current market conditions.

Istanbul hosts SME-focused ICC Banking community
Istanbul hosts SME-focused ICC Banking community
Hesham Zakai
7 November 2014

More than 400 trade finance practitioners gathered in Turkey’s cultural and commercial capital Istanbul this week for the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Banking Commission, hosted by ICC Turkey.

ICC makes Banking Commission leadership changes
ICC makes Banking Commission leadership changes
Jonathan Bell
29 October 2014

The International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) has appointed six new advisory board members to its Banking Commission, and three new Technical Advisors on the ICC Trade Register project. The appointments form an integral part of ICC’s plans to stimulate the continued growth and evolution of its leadership structure.

JB's weekly round-up - 07 April 2014
JB's weekly round-up - 07 April 2014
Jonathan Bell
7 April 2014

Everything you need to know about trade finance.

Trade reshuffle at BNP Paribas
Trade reshuffle at BNP Paribas
Dan Sheriff
2 April 2014

BNP Paribas Corporate and investment Banking has created a new global trade and transaction banking business line, headed by Marc Carlos in Paris.