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Triterras Inc
“One of the First Movers”
of Trade Finance platform that addresses the urgent need to Digitize Trade.

Triterras is a global fintech company and is a leading innovator of inclusive finance solutions for the world’s Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs). Our end-to-end solutions are transforming the trade and trade finance ecosystem by providing economically viable financing to mid-market companies worldwide.

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Systemic difficulties, such as the cost, complexity, and risk-associated manual processes stymie trade finance transactions.

Triterras is reinventing trade and redefining trade finance with our industry-leading blockchain-enabled trade finance platform, Kratos.




Global liquidity tends to be concentrated within the biggest institutions and their clients. Over half of trade finance requests by MSMEs are rejected, against just 7 percent for multinational companies.

Triterras’ trade finance solutions for MSMEs are designed to help forge new trading partnerships, discover new liquidity pools, and establish new business models.

Through distributed ledger technology, Triterras provides access to smart contracts, enhanced security features, robust control capabilities, and a real-time entryway to new sources of trade finance.


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Enabling inclusive financial solutions

  • For Traders - Trade Digitization

    Exporters can modernize the supply chain and accelerate trade by connecting seamlessly with trade finance lenders and partners.

  • For Traders - Capital Financing

    Traders can unlock access to working capital and gain a competitive edge to grow and expand in the global markets.

  • For Funders

    Institutional investors can diversify portfolios with trade finance a fixed-income asset class that offers strong yields, low default rates and other compelling strategic benefits.

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    Connects clients to the global markets ecosystem and offers institutional-grade market access, end-to-end clearing and execution, and high-touch expertise.

Achieving Digital Transformation

in Trade and Trade Finance

Join the Triterras-hosted business network making international trade more efficient and secure. Reimagine cross-border trade with Kratos - a platform that creates an ecosystem of trust for global business and eases the trading process for all participants.

reshaping the future of international trade & trade finance

Triterras’ trade finance software solutions enable a better trade experience for sellers and buyers of all sizes. Learn how Triterras is scripting boundless opportunities in international trade.

Our Kratos platform offers transparent, risk-mitigated, and standardized trade finance and trade credit insurance solutions to help uncover profitable trade opportunities.

Our blockchain-enabled hubs and business networks provide the framework to operate with greater trust and transparency in cross-border trading.

Through digitization, comes transparency and the flow of data. A seamless digitized trading system simplifies the process to kickstart, accelerate, and break new ground for direct participation in the market.

Digital technologies improve supply-chain efficiency and transparency and promote adoption at scale. Our efficient tools and automated, data-driven processes make supply chains more reliable and robust.

Our blockchain-based supply chain enables absolute transparency and privacy, increasing confidence and control.

We offer reliable trade processes, streamlined integration of complex systems, and distributed ledger expertise accumulated over decades.

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LATEST News & insights

World Trade Board launches plan to empower SMEs through trade and finance

MSMEs make up around 90% of businesses globally, but accounted for just 23% of applications for trade finance in 2020. Despite their low representation, these smaller firms made up 40% of rejected trade finance applications. This mismatch between demand for and supply of trade financing known as the trade finance gap, is growing rapidly - from an estimated $1.5 trillion in 2018 to $2 trillion in 2022, and shows no signs of slowing.

Trade Finance: An Expanding Opportunity For Institutional Investors

BY Cambridge Associates LLC
Trade finance offers a differentiated combination of credit and duration risks, liquidity profile that can complement other portfolio allocations in fixed income and increase diversification. Discussions in the broader ecosystem of trade finance have consistently pointed towards a greater role for institutional investors to provide trade credit through specialized funds, which is expected to expand greatly in the coming years.

Triterras’ e-commerce financing accelerates growth of platform operators & their MSME clients

BY Triterras
With Triterras' E-commerce Receivables Financing solution for the platform's MSME clients, operators and aggregators can now promote a critical solution to a key business challenge that their clients face, create and retain their loyalty, allow clients to increase their spending on platform promotions to boost ranking and staying ahead of competitors.

Trade-finance data needs a centralized repository

BY Euromoney
“A centralized trade-data repository with standardized data formats, has the potential to offer significant benefits to funders, while investing in training programs for skilled professionals will be essential for making improvements in this area,” says Srinivas Koneru, Triterras' Chairman & Chief Executive, speaking to Euromoney. "The trade-finance industry should focus on collaborations to overcome the current limitations of trade-data analysis."

Empowering E-Commerce Microlending: Navigating Opportunities & Challenges

BY Triterras
The rise in online shopping and digital transactions are driving demand for e-commerce and microlending services. Srinivas Koneru, our Triterras' Chairman and CEO discusses with Asia Business Outlook on what it takes to meet the evolving needs of today's consumers.

Trade financing gap is restricting growth and negatively impacting SDGs

In CNBC-TV18's interview with Steven Beck, Head of Trade Finance at Asian Development Bank (ADB), a primary reason for the trade financing gap getting larger is inflation. The global economy is expected to grow at less than 3% and international trade volumes are also expected to fall to less than 1% after a decent growth last year.

The case for a more transparent & liquid market for Trade Finance assets

BY J.P. Morgan
Increased regulation and growth in world trade is sparking a need for trade financing, and there is growing interest in transferring risk from banks to non-traditional sources of capital, such as investment funds with substantial capital and liquidity.

Triterras announces the appointment of Vinay Kapoor to Executive Vice President

BY Triterras
“Triterras is on an exciting and pivotal journey as we endeavor to deliver on our promise to meet the growing demands for financial and business services in the Middle East. Vinay, an extremely well-respected and trusted industry leader with great stature in the business community, will be a great complement to our Leadership team.” said Srinivas Koneru, Chairman & CEO.

New hires to serve growing pipeline of funding opportunities

BY Triterras
Reporting to the Head of Distribution & Sales Strategy, the new hires will engage with institutional investors who are interested in deploying capital for cross-border trade finance opportunities. This comes on the back of Triterras' expansion of its lending portfolio in both emerging and developed markets.

Private Capital Investors in Trade Finance: An Asset Manager’s Perspective

Private capital within trade finance activity comes from a diverse range of participants. Given the widening global trade finance gap, trade finance has increasingly been attracting private capital across the credit spectrum and a range of participation formats. However, there are several factors which have hampered its development as a mainstream subset of private credit.

The transaction banking revolution has only just begun

BY Euromoney
Congratulations to our Triterras’ Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) Ashish Srivastava, who was interviewed and quoted in the article “The Transaction Banking Revolution has Only Just Begun” by Euromoney. Ashish was featured along with C-Suite Executives from Citi, HSBC, Deutsche Bank and Standard Chartered Bank, among others.

Global Trade Finance Gap Expands to $2.5 Trillion in 2022

BY Asian Development Bank
Global Trade Finance gap, the difference between requests and approvals for financing to support imports and exports, grew to a record $2.5 trillion in 2022 from $1.7 trillion two years earlier, as rising interest rates, flagging economic prospects, inflation, and geopolitical volatility reduced the capacity of banks to deliver trade financing, according to the 2023 Trade Finance Gaps, Growth and Jobs Survey released today by the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
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