Banks have got to follow the calendar of provisioning for non-performing exposures under Article 47 of CRD IV, that much was clear according to Basel Committee regulations announced at the end of last year. But what’s been less obvious is the real impact on ECAs and the wider export finance community itself.
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Recent legislative developments on trade digitisation in the UK and long-awaited API standards for guarantees and standby LCs from SWIFT and ICC, have given banks the green light on the next generation of trade digitisation. But will banks take up the opportunities? Patrick DeVilbiss, Senior Offering Manager, Trade and Supply Chain Solutions, and Colin Zeglen, Product Manager for Trade and Supply Chain Solutions, at CGI discuss.