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Triterras Announces Collaboration with Card Cutters

The collaboration agreement with Card Cutters will allow Triterras to directly promote its end-to-end digital lending services to their clients in the UAE; this initiative...

How blockchain is reshaping UAE trade

Embracing fintech solutions based on blockchain can bring numerous benefits to businesses, such as having access to affordable financing options, enhanced transparency throughout the entire...

Invoice Bazaar collaborates with Cari for financing solutions to Restaurants

The strategic alliance seeks to introduce Invoice Bazaar’s comprehensive financial solutions to restaurants affiliated with Cari's food delivery platform in the UAE, which will allow...

How Embedded Finance Transforms Supply Chains, Fuels Unprecedented Growth

A trailblazer in global finance, Triterras is rewriting the script for UAE's business landscape. Dive into the groundbreaking insights of Vinay Kapoor, our EVP at...

Triterras Collaborates with Oman-based Mamun

Our strategic alliance with Mamun will allow us to provide short-term lending solution to MSMEs and white-label Kratos, our trade finance platform to the banks...

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

BY ZAWYA
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.

Trade financing gap is restricting growth and negatively impacting SDGs

BY CNBC TV18
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.

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

BY TXF
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.

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).

How blockchain-based facilities can close the $2tn global trade finance gap

BY Trade Finance Global
Measured at $1.7 trillion in 2020 and surpassing $2 trillion today, the trade finance gap hinders SMEs who tend to be the most credit-constrained, with half their trade finance requests as compared with only 7% for MNCs. 68% of SME companies surveyed did not seek alternatives after being rejected.
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Trade Finance Receivables: A Growing Asset Class

BY Drip Capital
Trade finance assets have traditionally been ignored by investors because they perceive them as a complicated and unstructured asset class with multiple variations dependent on geographies, commodities or goods, and counterparty. But in recent years, this lesser-known asset class has drawn increasing interest as an uncorrelated investment with low risk and the possibility of high returns.
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