Trends in Trading and Trade Finance

SPEAKER: Charles Nahum

LOCATION: London

Informa Structured Commodity Finance 2019

New trade finance requirements are being faced by traders from both their clients and suppliers. Ways in which these changing requirements are supported by banks and alternative finance providers, through secured financing transactions, was examined. Discussion focused on the issues surrounding performance risk and how these may be addressed, as well as the benefits, limitations and trends in structured financing, specifically receivables securitisation, as a solution.

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