ISBN : 978-92-842-0465-6
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This report is the result of a remarkable collaboration between ICC, the ICC Banking Commission secretariat and governance bodies, the report Editorial team and numerous organizations and individuals who have contributed and supported this publication.
With 255 responses from banks located in 98 countries, as well as various contributions from leading experts in the field, “Rethinking Trade & Finance” is the most extensive gauge of the trends and outlook of the global trade finance industry. It aims to provide insight and analysis to help readers formulate strategy and make decisions that will advance the evolution of global trade.
The 2017 edition comes at a transformational moment in the history of trade and the global economic system. The report has its roots at the peak of the global financial crisis, and has since earned its place as a leading publication on the subject of trade, finance and economic inclusiveness.
The Report encompasses four major sections of content linked to the pillars of the Banking Commission’s strategy. It focuses on the state of the trade finance market; trade and supply chain finance; policy, advocacy and inclusiveness around global trade; and digitisation and the state of FinTech.
This year’s report continues a strong tradition of quality analysis, global collaboration and effective advocacy in support of trade financing, international commerce and international development. These efforts have been supported by contributions from a wide range of partners across global trade, and by our new Editorial Board consisting of senior specialists and practitioners, to whom we extend our special thanks:
|Code ISBN :||978-92-842-0465-6|
|Number of pages :||264|
|Publishing date :||2017-06-01|
Table of Figures
RECAP AND SELECTED HIGHLIGHTS
STATE OF THE MARKET: TRADE, FINANCE AND DEVELOPMENT
ICC Advocacy at a watershed moment in global business
Global Economic Outlook
Recent trends in correspondent banking relationships
Evolving trade µows and trade corridors, reconfiguration of global supply chains and sourcing patterns
TRADE AND SUPPLY CHAIN FINANCE: SURVEY FINDINGS AND MARKET TRENDS
ICC Global Survey on Trade Finance and Supply Chain Finance 2017: results and analysis
SWIFT trade finance traffic – 2016 statistics
Analysis of global trade finance gaps
Preparing our industry for the future – How training tomorrow‘s experts can reinvigorate trade finance today
Update on Global Supply Chain Finance Forum
Supply Chain Finance: corporate perspectives
Market trends in Supply Chain Finance – Receivables Financing
Export finance market trends
Export Credit insurance market trends
POLICY, ADVOCACY AND INCLUSIVENESS: SHAPING THE GLOBAL ARCHITECTURE FOR TRADE
Foreign direct investment – pulling it out of a rut
Making trade work for all
Impact of MDB trade facilitation programmes, regional insights
Selected elements of international advocacy: trade, finance and development
Sustainable trade and the role of the banking industry
SME competitiveness: thinking strategically about regional integration and regional value chains
Access to Trade Finance for SMEs and first time clients of banks in Africa – from the perspective of financial institutions
Protectionism in the 21st century and trade barriers faced by firms
Legal and regulatory issues adversely affecting banks in Trade and Supply Chain Finance – can non-bank entrants benefit from their less regulated environment to make an impact on the market?
Challenges of global trade in an environment of increasing regulatory controls
RETHINKING TRADE AND FINANCE: DIGITISATION AND THE STATE OF FINTECH
Digitalisation in trade finance: accelerating the journey
The digitisation of trade
Disruptions in the supply chain and Blockchain
Accelerating the role of FinTechs in trade banks
Digital transformation and supply chain evolution
Data is the new oil in B2B banking
Roundtable discussion: digitisation of trade finance – the state of play and the road ahead
Prepared by the ICC Banking Commission
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