Deutsche Bank’s Simon Sayer discusses the outlook for export finance in 2016 in TFR

003- Simon SayerIn an article for TFR, Simon Sayer – head of structured trade and export finance, EMEA at Deutsche Bank – explains why today trade and export finance has an advantage over other areas of financial services, particularly in light of post-crisis sensibilities.

Highlighting the fact that there is absolute clarity and physical proof of where money is going, what it will be used for, and eventually a concrete manifestation of what it has produced, Sayer describes trade and export finance as a “satisfyingly tangible business”, and reiterates that it is a notably secure asset class, with impressively low default rates.

As such, export finance has become increasingly attractive to banks, as well as a more commonplace form of alternative financing for corporates.

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