Category Archives: Trade Credit Commentary

Make Argentina Great Again

What America can learn from Argentina Trade Policy   I recently listened to a podcast from Planet Money titled “the Phone at the end of […]

Next Crisis could be Catastrophic for Trade Finance

When we hear of gaps in trade finance, the cry is “do something”. The Asian Development Bank (ADB) runs a survey that quantifies the market […]

5 Supply Chain & Trade Finance Wishes for 2017

Supply Chain Finance (SCF) and trade finance are topics that receive no shortage of discussion, expert opinion, vendor views, blog posts, conference events, and even […]

So we are now 3.57 Degrees of Separation – What does this mean for trade finance?

Trade Financing Matters welcomes this Guest Post by James Sinclair at Trade Finance Global, reporting on why connecting global supply chain finance and trade finance […]

China Trade Finance 2016: A closer look at the trends and issues shaping the market

TFM welcomes this guest post from Zennon Kapron, head of KapronAsia, which provides banking, capital markets, payments and cryptocurrency market research across Asia. The volume […]

IBM Channel Finance Builds Blockchain App to Improve Working Capital

How can companies find ways to get early success with blockchain? One suggestion is to look internally. IBM has a channel finance business called IBM […]

10 Risk Factors Impacting Cross Border B2B Payments – Post 2

The following post is written by Leslie Stroh, former editor and publisher of The Exporter.  Leslie Stroh is now involved in two bockchain start-ups, and […]

10 Risk Factors Impacting Cross Border B2B Payments – Post I

The following post is written by Leslie Stroh, former editor and publisher of The Exporter.  Leslie Stroh is now involved in two bockchain start-ups, and […]