TRADE FINANCE

TRADE FINANCE, SUSTAINABLE FINANCE

Creating a path for sustainable supply chains Creating a path for sustainable supply chains

Deutsche Bank’s Anil Walia summarises key frameworks supporting transition to net zero emissions and explains how banks are helping through innovative products in the supply chain finance space

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TRADE FINANCE, SUSTAINABLE FINANCE

North Sea energy security North Sea energy security

How did the Danish Underground Consortium finance the redevelopment of a key gas condensate field in the North Sea without abandoning its energy transition commitments? flow’s Clarissa Dann explains how Norwegian oil independent Noreco’s sustainability-linked reserve-based lending was expanded to make this possible

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TRADE FINANCE, SUSTAINABLE FINANCE

Trade’s sustainability challenge Trade’s sustainability challenge

The majority of world trade is unsustainable, and where it is not, it is a symptom of under-development, says trade economist Rebecca Harding. She shares her methodology for a trade sustainablity score and demonstrates why trade policy needs to change

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TRADE FINANCE

Trade finance: A Practitioner’s Guide Trade finance: A Practitioner’s Guide

Legal frameworks and structures underpin trade finance markets and practice, and the right structures and the right documents can make the difference between trade being repaid – and not being repaid. flow shares details of an updated legal guide from Sullivan & Worcester UK LLP’s Geoffrey Wynne, A Practitioner’s Guide to Trade & Commodity Finance

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TRADE FINANCE, SUSTAINABLE FINANCE

Farewell to hydrocarbons Farewell to hydrocarbons

The Ukraine crisis has highlighted Europe’s dependence on Russia for gas while diverting attention from the wider issue of delivering on COP26 net zero pledges. Trade economist Rebecca Harding analyses the trade flows and explains how clean energy supply chains are also highly interconnected

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OPINIONS

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Farewell to hydrocarbons

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Export credit insurance in crises

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Trade beyond Covid-19

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All-in for Europe

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Trade and the virus

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Getting to grips with stablecoins

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EU tightens the ESG reins in supply chains EU tightens the ESG reins in supply chains

The European Commission has proposed a new regulation to foster sustainability in corporate supply chains. If enacted, companies will be required to ensure that human rights are respected, and environmental impacts are reduced in their own operations and value chains. flow’s Desirée Buchholz examines what this means in practice

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TRADE FINANCE

Non-payment insurance in renewables finance Non-payment insurance in renewables finance

While renewables financing is at an all-time high, the demands of the energy transition mean that more is needed. Deutsche Bank’s Sandra Primiero took part in a webinar hosted by infrastructure media and research specialists Proximo, discussing renewables finance and the role that non-payment insurance could play in driving the green revolution

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FLOW CASE STUDY, TRADE FINANCE, SUSTAINABLE FINANCE

How treasury and procurement join forces at Knorr-Bremse How treasury and procurement join forces at Knorr-Bremse

The Covid-19 pandemic has underlined the need for a company’s treasury and procurement teams to combine their strengths. Kai Gloystein and Christoph Müller-Stahl tell flow why this has been common sense at Knorr-Bremse for years and how the crisis has impacted their work

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