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Thursday Apr 11, 2024

Mexico’s $1.4 trillion economy makes it the second largest market in Latin America, and its geographical location provides it with a prime position for supply chain and trade advantages.
To learn more about Mexico’s potentially prosperous position in international trade, Trade Finance Global (TFG) spoke with Gerardo Gutierrez-Olvera Cabrales, Chairman of the Banking Commission at ICC Mexico and Executive Director, Head of Trade Finance and International Business at Banorte.

Tuesday Apr 09, 2024

Digitalising trade has been a prominent feature of industry conversations for several years. With the passage of the Electronic Trade Documents Act (ETDA) in the UK, as well as the progression of similar bills in countries including the US, Germany, France, and Bahrain.
Conversations have progressed from simple questions of “how to digitalise trade”, to focusing on what the concrete next steps should be. 
TFG’s Brian Canup was joined by Patrik Zekkar, CEO of Enigio, to break down the complex next steps of digitalising trade.

Wednesday Apr 03, 2024

To better understand the principles of financial inclusion, equitable regulation, and sustainable growth in the factoring industry, Trade Finance Global’s (TFG) Deepesh Patel spoke with new FCI Secretary General, Neal Harm. 

Tuesday Mar 26, 2024

Trade Finance Global’s (TFG) annual Women in Trade, Treasury, and Payments campaign in 2024 focused on Inspiring Inclusion around the globe. Different regions face different challenges when it comes to gender inclusion, and it is vital to understand perspectives from across the globe.
To learn more about the challenges that women face in the trade, treasury, and payments space across the African continent, and some of the programmes in place to help balance the scales, TFG spoke with Gwen Mwaba, Director and Global Head of Trade Finance at Afreximbank.

Tuesday Feb 13, 2024

As the world of international trade finance adapts to the changing macroeconomic environment and the ever-increasing trade finance gap, there has been a clear shift to the originate-to-distribute model.
To help break down this fresh approach, TFG’s Brian Canup spoke with Oladapo Adeigbe, Head of Financial Institutions Trade Sales - (Africa) at Absa and Boitumelo Thoka, Head of Pan Africa Trade Working Capital Distribution, Syndication and Insurance Product at Absa.

Wednesday Jan 31, 2024

In this episode of Trade Finance Talks, Brian Canup, Assistant Editor at TFG spoke with Claire Ehmann, Acting Associate Administrator at the SBA, and Dan Pische, National Director of Trade Finance at the SBA.

Tuesday Jan 16, 2024

In anticipation of the BAFT International Trade and Payments Conference from 27-29 February 2024, in Washington, DC, TFG’s Deepesh Patel sat down with Tom Zschach, Chief Innovation Officer at Swift. 

Wednesday Dec 13, 2023

At ICC United Kingdom’s annual conference, International Trade and Prosperity Week, TFG’s Deepesh Patel was joined by Chris Southworth, Secretary General at ICC United Kingdom, to discuss the importance for the business of limiting global temperature increase to 1.5° C and what the ICC is doing to support the sustainable transition.
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Tuesday Dec 05, 2023

In a recent episode of the CII podcasts, Mark Abrams, MD, and Global Head of Trade & Receivables Finance at Trade Finance Global (TFG), engaged in a thought-provoking conversation with Jayant Sriram, an ex-journalist. The episode discusses crucial aspects of international trade and finance, shedding light on challenges and innovative solutions shaping the industry.
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Monday Nov 06, 2023

To help understand how the UK government is staying ahead of these changes, Trade Finance Global’s (TFG) Brian Canup spoke with Minister Nigel Huddleston, Minister of State at the Department for Business and Trade 
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