2022 ICC Trade Register report: Global risks in trade finance
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The 2022 edition of the ICC Trade Register includes a first look at credit risk performance of trade finance in a ‘post-COVID’ economy. It is an updated market forecasts for global trade and trade finance in the emerging macroeconomic climate.
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The ICC Trade Register is an unparalleled resource that measures global risk in trade and export finance. The ICC Trade Register is facilitated by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the world’s leading banks.
The ICC Trade Register provides:
The 2022 ICC Trade Register also includes the interactive dashboard that allows you to tailor your research and compare products over time. Users can also filter by region to research specific trends mentioned in the 2022 ICC Trade Register.
The ICC Trade Register aligns its analytical methods to the Basel Approach and includes short-term traditional trade and supply chain finance products as well as medium to long-term export credit agency (ECA) backed export finance loans. Short-term products are instruments with a typical maturity of less than one year and with a clear link to a specific underlying trade transaction.
The 2022 ICC Trade Register includes analysis on trade finance asset classes over the last 10 years. The data – which has been compiled from data provided by the 21 contributing banks and financial institutions – represents up to 30% of all global trade finance transactions.
The ICC Trade Register focuses on credit-related risk across trade, supply and export finance products, including:
The 2022 edition of the ICC Trade Register includes a first look at credit risk performance of trade finance in a ‘post-COVID’ economy. It is an updated market forecasts for global trade and trade finance in the emerging macroeconomic climate. Our updating methodology on LGD and EL based on a more comprehensive data set, including coverage for supply chain finance is a 2022 Trade Register breakthrough.
You will also find below our updated commercial terms to continue to better reward our 21 ICC Trade Register members and invite additional contributors.
The public report available for download, is using the latest trends in default rates. ICC is still providing good insights across trade finance products and a high level state of the market overview.
The ICC Trade Register project was established in 2011 with 7 banks. Since then, membership has grown to 21 banks across Europe, Africa, North America, Asia and Australia. ICC Trade Register members are ‘owners’ of the project and have a prominent role in steering the strategic direction.
ICC Trade Register membership is open to any bank that has a demonstrable capability to collect and deliver data. Members of the Trade Register are not subject to the report fees, only to the maintenance fee. Membership is currently only available for regulated banks. Contact ICCTraderegister@iccwbo.org for more information.
✓ Access to exclusive content
✓ Preferred membership fees
✓ Regulatory updates from around the world
✓ Policy and advocacy dialogue
✓ Gain access to members-only meetings
✓ Unique partnership opportunities
✓ Personalised benchmarking with peers
✓ Participation to Trade Register members meetings with drafting group and peers
For more information on how to become a member and membership fees
|Member banks (participants)||Non-members banks||Non-banks corporations||Public (open release)|
|Up to 15 000€||30 000€||17 500 €||Free of charge|
|☑ Detailed PDF report||☑ Detailed PDF report||☑ Detailed PDF report||☑ Executive summary|
|☑ Granular data tables and charts||☑ Granular data tables and charts||☑ Granular data tables and charts|
|☑ Interactive dashboard / with tailored data|
The ICC Trade Register’s high standard is enabled by a strategic partnership forged between the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and Boston Consulting Group (BCG) with the support of Global Credit Data (GCD).