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Falcon Group hosts roundtable on boosting British exports

Falcon Group recently hosted a roundtable discussion in London to explore the exporting landscape – examining the challenges, opportunities as well as solutions for long-term growth and boosting British exports. The roundtable, chaired by GTR, covered a number of topics, including the role of education in encouraging exporting, the impact of regulation on British exports, …

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Falcon Group’s forfaiting hires covered by the specialist press

Falcon Group has announced the appointment of three senior originators to develop its forfaiting capabilities: Ray Webb, Martin Betts and Keith McConnell. The new hires from Deutsche Forfait AG will be responsible for delivering a range of forfaiting services and proposing Falcon’s existing solutions across their extensive network of international relationships. Based in London, the …

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Falcon Group discusses the role of specialist financiers in providing accessible funding for Vietnamese SMEs in Vietnam News

The 2008 global financial crisis has perhaps brought in a new and improved global financial landscape. Will Nagle, CEO, and Andrew Church, Regional Head Asia, at Falcon Group discuss the new landscape and the opportunities it affords – particularly in relation to Vietnamese small-and-medium sized enterprises (SMEs) and the Middle East. Many global banks have been forced to narrow …

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Falcon Group opens Australia office – hiring team from GE Capital 

Falcon Group, has opened an office in Sydney, Australia – providing the region with sophisticated, bespoke, corporate and trade finance solutions. Heading the new office will be Paul Mitchell, previously the General Manager of Business Development distribution finance for Australia and New Zealand at GE Capital. Mitchell will be joined by Louis Edwards, previously a …

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Bloomberg, The Washington Post and The Sydney Morning Herald discuss Falcon Fine Art offering

Loans backed by art are expected to surpass US$10 billion this year – doubling since 2011. Bloomberg, The Washington Post and The Sydney Morning Herald describe Falcon Fine Art as one of the new players in the art financing industry – with its volume of deals expected to reach US$100 million in the next six months. To …

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Falcon Group collaborates with Vietnamese Government to boost trade with UAE

Falcon Group has signed a “Joint Venture Co-Operation” agreement with the Government of Vietnam in order to strengthen the country’s trade relationships with the United Arab Emirates.The agreement, which aims to expand Vietnam’s mainstay exports, and optimise trade flows between the two regions, was signed and formalised at the Falcon Group office in Dubai on …

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Falcon Fine Art featured in Art Antiquity and Law Magazine

The Institute of Art and Law’s Art, Antiquity, and Law magazine highlights Falcon Fine Art as a key art financier – unique in the sense it allows clients, on a case by case basis, to retain possession of their art. To read full article please click here

Treasury Today discusses Falcon Group’s growth in Asia

Treasury Today explores the trade funding gap in Asia – where Falcon Group has risen to fill the vacuum left as the global banking sector scales down activities in both trade finance and the emerging markets. Will Nagle, Falcon CEO, describes Falcon’s journey, and explains how it has been able to construct tailored financing solutions …

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Falcon CEO, Will Nagle, discusses the rise of specialist financiers in The Asset Asia.

Today the introduction of new and more comprehensive regulations on global banks are encouraging a greater diversity of funding providers. Will Nagle, CEO of specialist financier Falcon Group, explains in The Asset Asia how specialist financiers are diversifying the current financial landscape – not only by offering an enlarged scope of comprehensive funding solutions, but …

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Falcon Fine Art’s Tim Hunter discusses Picasso sale in Apollo

Tim Hunter, Vice President of Falcon Fine Art, discusses for Apollo why the US$179 million Picasso – which in May became the most expensive artwork ever sold at auction – could be cause for celebration, and how the rise in prices for fine art creates a demand for regulation, transparency, and sophisticated financing solutions. Click …

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