Editor, Kevin Godier
International Trade Finance is an essential newsletter for all involved with international trade and project finance needing to assess the viability of deals and their risk exposure. It offers news, the latest developments and opportunities and analysis of the industry which you simply cannot get elsewhere. One of the longest standing in its field and formally published by the Financial Times and Informa, International Trade Finance published by Singlelaw ensures you stay ahead of others in your field.
Price: £1700 for 21 hard copy issues a year and also emailed in pdf format.
20 pages of concise, easy to read, up to the minute developments.
International Trade Finance is an essential newsletter for all involved with international trade and project finance needing to assess the viability of deals and their risk exposure. Without question it is the most complete single source of information you need to meet your commercial and financial objectives. It offers news, the latest developments and opportunities and analysis of the industry which you simply cannot get elsewhere. Delivered direct to your desk every two weeks, it will help you make more profitable deal closures and keep you one step ahead of your competitors.
"International Trade Finance is an excellent and professional partner in analysing and promoting the export finance industry" (Gary Hicks, Head of Public Affairs, NCM Credit Insure)
If your business is financing international trade then you need to be able to assess business opportunities where the potential of success is highest and where your exposure is reduced. You need to have a knowledge of your international markets based on a sound understanding of the underlying financial situation and of the likelihood of payment, as well as to have an expectation of the likely financial return you are going to generate . You need International Trade Finance.
International Trade Finance is published every two weeks (21 issues a year) and brings together unparalleled news and analysis of the major developments in trade and project finance from a global network of "on-the-scene" reporters.
Essential country risk reports allowing you to assess exposure easily.
With every issue, you will benefit from corporate and country risk reports on key developments affecting export finance. You will be given risk reports highlighting the potential for doing business and getting paid in emerging markets and will be given assessment of the consequences of doing business in both emerging markets and in less high-profile markets where there is still business to be done and deals to be made.
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You will be given in-depth reporting of the export credit, insurance, forfaiting and other key trade finance markets. You will be party to exclusive interviews with, and briefings from, leading figures involved in trade or project finance - alerting you to news and trends very often before they reach the headlines. And you will be given market intelligence round-ups, including export credit and forfeiting rates and regular monitoring of payments delays. In short, you will be given probing and detailed information which will allow you to conduct the most international business at the least financial risk.
International Trade Finance has been updating business professionals since 1985 and was originally published by the Financial Times. It is produced by a team of international trade finance experts acclaimed worldwide for their reputation for commenting on and analysing the news - not just reporting it. In addition to high-quality news and analysis and special features, this detailed newsletter also contains a wealth of data, charts and surveys covering some 200 countries and presented in a concise and easy-to-read format and which highlight exporting opportunities and the sources of finance available to exploit them. This particular feature will be of enormous value to export managers, finance directors, bankers and other financiers assessing the prospects of doing business in these countries.
With subscribers from all round the world, International Trade Finance is the best publication for keeping you fully informed and ahead of the game.
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