Trade Finance as an asset class
March 2018 by Darren Davies
Speaker: Charles Nahum
TXF Singapore 2018With consistently high yields and historically low volatility, trade finance assets of all types continue to represent opportunities for a wide range of Fixed Income Investors. While banks continue to have a limited ability to address these opportunities given regulatory and compliance hurdles, these short duration, historically stable assets are attracting a number of non-traditional investors from across the globe. The panel explores growth in the asset class, certain structural developments that are facilitating much of this expansion as well as some of the challenges that face the sector as it continues to gain momentum.
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