TFG has released its latest issue of Trade Finance Talks entitled 'Coronavirus & The Fourth Industrial Revolution'. You may read it online here
Will history repeat itself, or will we see a new normal post the COVID-19 crisis? Unpacking previous events, in this edition TFG heard from FCI’s Secretary General Peter Mulroy, comparing how the factoring and receivables industry has fared during previous crises and what we can learn moving forwards.
The publication includes many other interesting articles such as:
1.1 Trade Finance Global | Editor’s Note
1.2 Foreword – Ziyang Fan – World Economic Forum
2 An Update from Global Associations and International Bodies
3 International Trade Finance Awards
4.1 The “key” to digital trade finance: Public key cryptography explained
4.2 How the collapse of Hin Leong Trading should accelerate the adoption of technology for trade finance
4.3 FCI perspective: 10 factoring predictions in a post-COVID world
4.4 Rejigging Africa’s trade position post COVID19: The AfCFTA option
5 Trade Goes Digital
5.1 Negotiable instruments are going through a makeover – the who, what, where, why
5.2 Innovating to close the trade finance gap
6 Global Trade
6.1 Bitter Sweet: Global trade disruption and its impact on sugar flows
6.2 OBOR – Why macroeconomic policies are needed to drive China – EU supply chains
6.3 Patience will pay off in Europe-Africa trade relations
6.4 Anti-dumping Agreements – UK prepares to impose its own duties on foreign exporters
6.5 Brexit: What duty does the EU have to offer trade preferences to the UK?
7 Short Term Trade Finance
7.1 Supply Chain Finance – An enabler for MSME growth and financial inclusion?
7.2 $5 trillion and counting – the MSME finance gap
7.3 Has trade finance pulled the plug on correspondent banking?
7.4 ICC SOS – Save Lives. Save Livelihoods. Save our SMEs
8 Women in Trade 2020
9 Export, Insurance and Long Term Finance
9.1 KYP (Know Your Policy) – Learnings from CPRI in a post-Covid world
9.2 How Trade Finance Programmes at Multilateral Development Banks are closing the trade finance gap
9.3 How can banks project losses in the current Covid-19 crisis?
9.4 How UKEF is supporting UK businesses with Export Finance throughout the pandemic
10 Upcoming Conferences and Webinars