Receivables finance

News
24 February 2011
The appeal in the landmark Fortis Bank and Stemcor UK Limited versus Indian Overseas Bank case in the Court of Appeal in London was heard at the end of January.
Feature
24 February 2011
Graeme Burton talks to Sean Edwards about the aftermath of the Kazakhstan banking crisis. It has been some two years now since Kazakhstan’s banking crisis and the nationalisations of BTA,...
News
22 December 2010
Sunita Mehta has joined Intesa Soditic as a trader working in the organisation’s front office, alongside Goretti Lote and Siddarth Rupani.
Feature
22 December 2010
Amid the gloom that has shrouded the forfaiting market for much of the time since September 2008, Turkey has consistently proved to be a source of optimism and deals, writes Richard Willsher.
Feature
11 November 2010
You don’t need to be around for long before you become aware of how influential Italian forfaiters are in the forfaiting market. The obvious question to ask is, why? By Richard Willsher.
Feature
29 September 2010
Richard Willsher speaks to German bankers about the country’s spectacular export-led growth and the role of trade finance. The art of forfaiting Powerhaus Berlin may have been the venue...
Face to face
5 September 2010
While forfaiting surged in demand as a result of the financial crisis, a lack of liquidity, combined with ‘cherry picking’ by major institutions, has made it a very challenging activity. TFR talks to...
Feature
5 September 2010
Richard Willsher talks to IFA Chairman Paolo Provera about forfaiting, trade finance and the future of the International Forfaiting Association.
Awards
28 July 2010
UniCredit may not be the best-known name in forfaiting, but it has served the forfaiting needs of both corporates and financial institutions across Eastern and Western Europe for many years.
Feature
27 July 2010
This year’s IFA Annual Conference will be in Berlin, a stone’s throw from the famous Brandenburg Gate.
Awards
27 July 2010
It’s a traditional assumption that when an economy falls into recession, demand for factoring increases, and declines as recovery gathers pace.
Awards
27 July 2010
UniCredit may not be the best-known name in forfaiting, but it has served the forfaiting needs of both corporates and financial institutions across Eastern and Western Europe for many years.
Awards
27 July 2010
No one should be fooled by London Forfaiting Company’s name. While it did, indeed, make its reputation with a focus on forfaiting, under FIMBank’s ownership it has become a much broader business.
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Feature
27 July 2010
How easily does forfaiting fit into Islamic trade finance, asks Richard Willsher
News
17 June 2010
Nasim Siddiqi has been appointed Vice President and Director of Business Development for Sterling Trade Capital, a division of Sterling Factors specialising in import trade finance.
Feature
17 June 2010
Richard Willsher dips into the debate over the future of forfaiting.
Feature
13 May 2010
The forfaiting market is healthier than it was a year ago, but is still wrestling with some significant challenges. By Richard Willsher.
News
29 April 2010
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), the nationalised British bank, has sold its Germany-based factoring unit to GE Capital in a deal of undisclosed value.
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