ICC has contributed to a new report by a consortium of multilateral development banks and trade research institutions, gauging the views of Sub-Saharan banks on the current response from multilateral development banks (MDBs) to maintain a well-functioning trade finance market.
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ICC, UNDP and UN Global Compact join forces with DHL, Microsoft and PwC to help communities recover better from the pandemic.
In a letter published in the Financial Times today, ICC Secretary General John W.H. Denton AO calls on G20 leaders to heed warnings over the real-world consequences of banks retreating from financing commodity traders.
ICC has announced the operational launch of a major initiative to ensure the benefits of digital trade can be realised by everyone, everywhere.
After the launch of the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) Global Survey on Trade Finance, Surecomp’s Vice-President of Digitisation, Tsafrir Attar, explains why the future is now for the global trade finance industry in his guest blog for the world business organization.
ICC's 11th annual Global Survey on Trade Finance reveals bank optimism about the evolving nature of trade finance, though expect various industry-wide challenges and disruption as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ahead of the launch of the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) Global Survey on Trade Finance, Deutsche Bank’s Global Head of Trade Finance Flow, Michael Dietz, discusses how supply chains are under significant pressure -- but will not break – and how part of the solution lies with the increasing proliferation of robust payables finance programmes and the acceleration of trade finance digitalisation in his guest blog for the world business organization.
Ahead of the launch of the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) Global Survey on Trade Finance, BNY Mellon’s Global Head of Trade Finance Product and Portfolio Management, Joon Kim, explains how banks are showcasing their resilience throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, in his guest blog for the world business organization.
ICC has today announced its support for a multistakeholder initiative calling on policymakers, regulators and remittance services providers to improve migrants’ access to remittance services and reduce transfer costs during the ongoing novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
ICC – the institutional representative of over 45 million businesses – has called for action to tailor financial support measures to the needs of micro-, small- and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.