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Diana Shipping closes new asset-backed loan
19 July 2018

ADB forecasts Asia-Pacific growth despite trade tensions with US
19 July 2018
ADB

Commerzbank and ICBC link up for BRI project lending
19 July 2018

BEPS: Avoiding mismatches in tax rules
19 July 2018

Corporate perspective: Piecing together the digital future at Mosaic
Corporate perspective: Piecing together the digital future at Mosaic
Katharine Morton
18 July 2018

When will Michael Crawford, senior corporate treasury manager of Mosaic, the world’s largest phosphate producer, become a robot? Not for the foreseeable future. TXF’s Katharine Morton discusses technology and digitization with Crawford as Mosaic looks to integrate its January $1.4 billion acquisition of Brazil’s mining giant Vale’s fertilizer unit.

Tradeteq secures $6.3m in seed extension funding
18 July 2018

Bank Leumi hires Mark Fagnani to head new business
18 July 2018

NatWest joins trade finance network Marco Polo
17 July 2018

Open Mineral plans blockchain consortium for minerals trading
17 July 2018

Citi leverages Swift gpi to launch Payments Insights
17 July 2018

Xerox to operate Basware scan-and-capture
17 July 2018

Harshna Cayley appointed MD of EQ Global
17 July 2018

Payment processor Lemon Way raises €10m
17 July 2018

African Trade Insurance Agency to pay first dividends
17 July 2018

DMCC signs MoU to boost China trade
17 July 2018

Greensill receives $250m investment from General Atlantic
16 July 2018

HKMA and Ping-An unveil blockchain trade finance platform
16 July 2018

Corporate perspective: Going ‘local-for-local’ helps Groupe SEB Turkey hedge against trade wars
Corporate perspective: Going ‘local-for-local’ helps Groupe SEB Turkey hedge against trade wars
Katharine Morton
16 July 2018

Mustafa Kilic, CFO at Groupe SEB Turkey explains how a strategy of maximising local inputs can help manage currency risk through natural hedges, and even help guard against the burgeoning trade wars.

Coface hires Carmina Abad Sanchez to lead LatAm region
16 July 2018

ANZ joins digital trade distribution platform CCRManager
16 July 2018
ANZ

Morocco's BMCE Bank of Africa to open branch in China
16 July 2018

New products, standards buoy Islamic trade finance business
16 July 2018

Basware releases new analytics dashboard for payment plans
13 July 2018

Citi launches Smart Match with HighRadius
13 July 2018

Norton Rose Fulbright joins the Accord Project

Accuity buys Safe Banking Systems
13 July 2018

Markel poaches Chubb’s Cox as insurance operations president
13 July 2018

Azim Walli expands trade and supply chain role at MUFG
12 July 2018

Trade wars: Is the answer blowing in the wind?
Trade wars: Is the answer blowing in the wind?
Katharine Morton
12 July 2018

TXF's head of trade, treasury and risk Katharine Morton mulls the implications of the accelerating trade wars on the fundamentals of relationships between global powers.

Don’t hobble the LC: A treasurer’s lament
Don’t hobble the LC: A treasurer’s lament
Katharine Morton
9 July 2018

The LC remains a great tool for international trade, one international treasurer tells TXF, as long as it’s not hobbled by the banks. And unless some things change – it doesn’t augur well for digitisation.

TXF Global talk: ECGC on educating SMEs
TXF Global talk: ECGC on educating SMEs
Max Thompson
6 July 2018

TXF caught up with Geetha Muralidahar, chairman and managing director at ECGG, to discuss how ECGC are supporting SMEs and what educational processes need to take place to provide Indian exporters with better access to short-term trade finance.

Trade wars: Potential impacts and implications
Trade wars: Potential impacts and implications
Andrew Rankin
1 July 2018

Since US President Donald Trump’s protectionist push has sparked the promise of reciprocal retaliation from the EU, China, and Canada, TXF's Katharine Morton, head of trade, treasury and risk joins a panel from Barclays to see if they can begin to demystify the impending global trade wars.

S&W Breakfast briefing: The importance of SPVs in trade finance
S&W Breakfast briefing: The importance of SPVs in trade finance
Ross Crear
1 July 2018

In the latest edition of law firm Sullivan & Worcester’s Trade Finance Breakfast Seminar, partner Geoffrey Wynne and senior associate Sam Fowler-Holmes discuss SPVs and their role in structured trade finance transactions.

Corporate perspective: Chipita – treasury and trade in metamorphosis
Corporate perspective: Chipita – treasury and trade in metamorphosis
Katharine Morton
27 June 2018

Marianna Polykrati is group treasurer of Chipita SA, which is a Greek multinational snacks provider headquartered in the aptly named town of Metamorphosis, north of Athens, Greece. She sat down and discussed the challenges of change with TXF’s Katharine Morton in the first in a series of interviews on how global corporates deal with trade, treasury and risk in a complex world.

Trade credit insurers pay out record amount at start of 2018
18 June 2018

Finance meets philanthropy: An in-depth look at the work of the UN Refugee Agency
Finance meets philanthropy: An in-depth look at the work of the UN Refugee Agency
Dan Sheriff
31 May 2018

The Commodity Finance industry raised an impressive €26,500 for UNHCR - the UN's Refugee Agency - during the industry dinner at TXF Amsterdam on May 17. In an interview with TXF, UNHCR spokesperson Laura Padoan tells us about the critical work of the agency in supporting refugees and displaced people across the world.

Financing international trade: FIT for purpose?
Financing international trade: FIT for purpose?
Katharine Morton
16 May 2018

A call for action. How to get FIT for trade, treasury and risk (without any physical exercise)

Deadlocked on debt
Deadlocked on debt
Oliver Gordon
30 January 2018

Iran has yet to produce the project and trade flows bankers hoped for following signing of the JCPOA in 2016. The hurdles are largely born of the Trump administration – but not all. And while European lenders remain wary, Iran is looking eastward for debt.

Opportunity of the day: Waldemar Pruss likely to engage Volksbank for trade finance for $1bn IGD-S expansion phase 4 in UAE

Fujitsu picks SAP Ariba procurement solution
28 September 2017

Delete
Delete
Jonathan Bell
15 August 2017

The week that was

Finxact unleashes Open Core API for sandbox playtime
Finxact unleashes Open Core API for sandbox playtime
12 July 2017

Core banking software provider Finxact has made its Open Core API available to qualified banks, vendors and partners through its sandbox for no charge. It says its API is transparent and granular, enabling banks to have full access to their customer data.

Big data cuts risk of offering trade finance to SMEs
Big data cuts risk of offering trade finance to SMEs
12 July 2017

Technologies such as machine learning can be a powerful tool for helping trade finance providers identify and mitigate risks associated with lending to often under-served SMEs, according to CRiskCo, a credit risk management company that uses big data analytics to provide credit scores to lenders.

Europe’s largest utilities trial blockchain for energy trading
28 June 2017

Brexit and trade finance: what do we know?
Brexit and trade finance: what do we know?
27 June 2017

The impact of Brexit on trade finance will be unclear until terms of the divorce are reached but the growth of open-account trade finance means banks may find themselves displaced by corporates like Amazon or DHL because of the need for swifter supply change finance to counter any Customs complexities.

Revolut launches multi-currency payment service in Europe
Revolut launches multi-currency payment service in Europe
14 June 2017

UK-based payments startup Revolut has unveiled a business service in Europe that will let companies hold, exchange and transfer money in 25 currencies at the interbank exchange rate. Revolut for Business will also allow firms to issue employees with corporate cards and manage their transactional activity online.

B2B payments more complex as volumes and globalisation rise
13 June 2017

TreasuryXpress reports Q1 sales growth for C2Treasury
8 June 2017

XL Catlin gets final approval to open onshore reinsurance branch
24 January 2017

UPDATE: Floating rate not CIRR undercutting export finance market, says US Ex-Im senior exec
UPDATE: Floating rate not CIRR undercutting export finance market, says US Ex-Im senior exec
Max Thompson
13 October 2016

Direct lending by ECAs based on floating interest rates, rather than the CIRR equivalent, is the source of export finance bankers' discontent, says a US Ex-Im senior executive