Changing Landscape in Risk and Liquidity in Receivables Finance

SPEAKER: Adrian Katz

LOCATION: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam June 9-14, 2019

FCI 51st Annual Meeting

Macro credit cross-currents impacting trade finance were discussed. Market shifts to more non-bank funding sources were explored. Discussed implications of low rates and low spreads resulting from significant central bank liquidity, with funding sources accepting more risk for less reward. Consequences of trade tensions and tariffs addressed.

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