Treasury management

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1 March 1999
Richard Willsher, head of The London Trade Group which provides training in forfaiting and trade finance, visits CMG plc, the new owner of the trading system Rohirst. So what is going to change?
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1 January 1999
One sector of the trade finance market which has seen pricing unaffected and deals on the increase is football. As the sport becomes more international and commercialised, more and more banks are...
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1 January 1999
Paper-based document systems have only been retained because no clear route for companies has existed to transfer to electronic original based trading. That is, until now, according to Malcolm Smith...
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1 January 1999
French banks, like their Dutch counterparts, have benefited from a history of trade which means that most of the bigger French banks have very competent trade, commodity and export finance...
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1 November 1998
Austrian banks are busy nowadays. They may well still have deals to structure and relationships to build on, but many are clearing up after enormous losses in the former Soviet Union - their...
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1 October 1998
Iran is back in favour Foreign banks and exporters have been flooding back into Iran in the past year. Some individual deals have hit the billion dollar level and the flow of transactions shows no...
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1 October 1998
Did you ever wish you had a choice of systems to handle your forfaiting and trade finance transactions? Now you do. Trade Finance Manager Release 1 is the first package of a new software product. The...
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1 September 1998
Michael Sullivan, partner in the New York City firm of Zeichner Ellman & Krause, explains the relationship between bank and beneficiary with reference to a recent case involving the Hellenic...
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1 September 1998
Uploaded on this site are all the back issues of Trade and Forfaiting Review, starting from Volume 2, Issue 1. TFR was originally launched as Forfaiting Review, a journal concentrating solely on...
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