Introducing the Alternatives
November 2017 by Darren Davies
Speaker: Charles Nahum
Location: London, UK
SME’s in Export Finance 2017
As banks have responded to Basel III and other regulatory pressures, lending criteria has become more stringent while the market for alternative financing sources has continued to grow and evolve. Consideration will be given to the various types of alternative finance solutions available, the technological innovations that continue to facilitate the rise in alternative finance, key comparisons to the traditional forms financing and the key differences of the various products that are available to SME borrowers.
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