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The evolution of the Trade Register: ICC Banking Commission’s Olivier Paul highlights the value of the project in TXF

In an article for TXF, Olivier Paul, ICC Banking Commission’s Head of Policy, outlines the continuing value of ICC’s Trade Register project. The Trade Register, alongside ICC’s advocacy efforts, has contributed towards the increased visibility of trade finance – having a positive impact on the way that trade finance is understood and viewed by regulatory …

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Dominic Broom of ICC Banking Commission and BNY Mellon discusses Asian trade in Global Banking and Finance

In a recent article in Global Banking and Finance Review, Dominic Broom, member of ICC Banking Commission’s Executive Committee, and Global Head of Trade Business Development at BNY Mellon, discusses the changes to trade occurring across Asia. The article provides a preview of one of the discussions that will take place at the ICC Banking …

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ICC Banking Commission’s Olivier Paul discusses trade finance as an investment in GTNews

Among bankers, trade finance has been known as an attractive low-risk asset class for decades, yet it has been less obvious to institutional investors. Olivier Paul, Head of Policy at the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Banking Commission explains how this is now changing. Indeed, there are significant opportunities to increase uptake of trade finance …

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ICC Banking Commission discusses trade finance and services sector growth in Euromoney

In a recent article in Euromoney, ICC Banking Commission’s Alexander Malaket – Deputy Head of the Executive Committee – and Hugo Verschoren, Technical Adviser, discuss the growth of service sector exports in relation to trade finance. In particular, both experts discuss how the trade finance industry needs to find the right way to finance services, …

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TFR reports on ICC UK’s Annual Trade Finance Conference

TFR recently reported on the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) United Kingdom’s 2016 Trade Finance Conference held in December. The conference covered a range of topics from Brexit, global economic uncertainty, and trade finance shortages, to regulation, compliance and the growth of digitisation. It provided a platform for trade finance figures in the UK and Europe …

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ICC’s Doina Buruiana discussing the global shortage of trade finance in International Banker

In the latest edition of International Banker, Doina Buruiana, Project Manager at ICC Banking Commission, discusses the various ways to address the global shortage of trade finance. In particular, with slowing trade growth and 61% of respondents to ICC’s 2016 Global Survey reporting a global shortage of trade finance, the industry needs to find ways …

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ICC Banking Commission discusses the growth of digitisation of trade finance in GTNews

In a recent article for GTNews, David Bischof, Senior Policy Manager at the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Banking Commission, explains why trade finance must move towards digitisation in the industry. Indeed, according to ICC’s latest Global Survey on Trade Finance, there has been a slow uptake of digitisation, in part due to the size …

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ICC Global Survey featured in The Banker

The International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) Banking Commission’s 2016 Global Survey on Trade Finance has been featured in an article in The Banker. With a considerable shortage of trade finance, asset managers are showing greater interest in providing financial support for global trade, as digitisation opens up the market to these new players – particularly …

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ICC Banking Commission’s 2016 Global Survey reported in Moneyweb

Following the release of ICC Banking Commission’s 2016 Global Survey on Trade Finance, Moneyweb – the tier-one South African publication – has reported on the latest Survey’s findings. The Survey found that SMEs bear the brunt of the global shortage of trade finance, facing 58% of rejections for trade finance proposals. In addition, the rate …

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