The results of the Trade Finance Survey 2023 will be released at 11:00 am BST on Tuesday, February 14 2022.
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The survey is designed to give our readers valuable information on the global trade finance market and the opportunity to rank trade finance providers across a selection of categories and an overall global ranking of providers as rated by their clients.
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Banks and corporates are taking a variety of approaches to mitigating the impact of rising interest rates, quantitative tightening and economic uncertainty on the availability of liquidity.
Appetite for corporate issuance remains robust as investors dismiss recession fears and take on credit exposure.
With little likelihood of currency volatility subsiding any time soon, corporates continue to face difficult decisions when it comes to how best to mitigate FX risk.
The European Commission has mandated instant payments across the eurozone, and banks must urgently ensure that their payment systems are fit for purpose.
Account-to-account payments have become a priority area for regulators, but industry participants argue that rule makers need to do more to support wider use of pay-by-bank services.