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10 May 2022

Commodity Trade Finance Survey 2022: Have your say...

Middle East & Africa, Americas, Asia-Pacific, Europe
TXF wants to hear from banks, brokers, insurers, traders and producers, to build an up-to-date picture of the commodity finance landscape in the fallout from the war in Ukraine and ongoing supply chain disruptions.

TXF is delighted to begin the research process for this year's Global Commodity Trade Finance Industry Survey.

We want to hear from banks, brokers, insurers, traders and producers to garner market sentiment as the commodities sector faces a number of interconnected challenges, most immediate of course is the cessation of (most) Russian related activity, cutting off a huge part of the commodity trade finance world, resulting in extremely volatile prices across the board. Where can alternative supplies of commodities be sourced? Will banks continue to offer credit lines to traders? Will insurers stick around? Can margin calls be met?

The survey also touches on ongoing supply chain disruptions, inflation, the lack of investment in the now crucial metals sector and of course, the push for sustainability and wider ECG agendas.

This is your chance to have your say.

Take the survey here

The survey should take no more than 5 minutes, depending on respondent type. The survey is totally confidential and anonymous.

The survey has been designed specifically for banks, brokers, insurers, traders and producers with each of these organisational types responding only to questions that are relevant to them.

All of the data will be collected and analysed in the final Global Commodity Trade Finance Industry Report, which aims to classify and measure market sentiment across all players in the commodity finance space.

If you have any questions about the survey, please feel free to get in touch directly with me at jack.colyer@txfmedia.com

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