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  • How Investment in Trade Finance Can Help SMEs Thrive

    A healthy trading system depends on the availability of finance. Up to 80% of current Global Trade Finance is backed by credit insurance or other financing. However, there are sizable gaps in the available resources, making it difficult for many businesses to access the necessary financial tools. With sufficient trade finance, businesses can have the resources they need to trade and grow, taking advantage of opportunities for development and expansion.

    Small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) need help finding financing with favourable terms. This is especially concerning because SMEs constitute a significant force in trade, employment, and economic growth. According to research, SMEs encounter these obstacles in developed and developing nations, but the difficulties are most significant in lower-income countries.

    Trade digitalization has no definition, but it typically entails the digital twining of supply chains, the dematerialization of documents, and the digital data exchange. It means adding an electronic or computerized layer to business processes.

    A key distinction in the new reality is that digitalization also refers to using digital channels to assist SMEs in creating value. By doing away with paper-based transactions, SMEs can increase productivity and transparency while avoiding delays brought on by physical documents getting misplaced or destroyed along the way.

    Read more: https://www.emeriobanque.com/blogs/how-investment-in-trade-finance-can-help-smes-thrive

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    How Investment in Trade Finance Can Help SMEs Thrive? A healthy trading system depends on the availability of finance. Up to 80% of current Global Trade Finance is backed by credit insurance or other financing. However, there are sizable gaps in the available resources, making it difficult for many businesses to access the necessary financial tools. With sufficient trade finance, businesses can have the resources they need to trade and grow, taking advantage of opportunities for development and expansion. Small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) need help finding financing with favourable terms. This is especially concerning because SMEs constitute a significant force in trade, employment, and economic growth. According to research, SMEs encounter these obstacles in developed and developing nations, but the difficulties are most significant in lower-income countries. Trade digitalization has no definition, but it typically entails the digital twining of supply chains, the dematerialization of documents, and the digital data exchange. It means adding an electronic or computerized layer to business processes. A key distinction in the new reality is that digitalization also refers to using digital channels to assist SMEs in creating value. By doing away with paper-based transactions, SMEs can increase productivity and transparency while avoiding delays brought on by physical documents getting misplaced or destroyed along the way. Read more: https://www.emeriobanque.com/blogs/how-investment-in-trade-finance-can-help-smes-thrive #GlobalTradeFinance #tradefinance #supplychains #SMEs #TradeFinanceServices #Letterofcredit #Tradefinanceinstruments
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    How Investment in Trade Finance Can Help SMEs Thrive?
    From secured payment & sound cash flow to explore new market opportunities. Check out the reasons how SMEs can benefitted by investing in trade finance services.
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  • Lloyds Bank research shows UK SMEs Plan to Attempt Net Zero goals

    The latest research reports from Lloyds Bank show that small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) in the UK are hunting for necessary changes to accomplish Net Zero goals as motivated by result-driven, or social effect factors as by commercial acknowledgements.

    The Lloyds Bank Net Zero Monitor indicates that safeguarding the climate for upcoming generations (37%) and employee prosperity and engagement (27%) are two of the utmost benefits expected for organizations adopting the transition to being carbon neutral.

    Read more: https://www.emeriobanque.com/news/lloyds-bank-research-shows-uk-smes-plan-to-attempt-net-zero-goals

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    Lloyds Bank research shows UK SMEs Plan to Attempt Net Zero goals The latest research reports from Lloyds Bank show that small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) in the UK are hunting for necessary changes to accomplish Net Zero goals as motivated by result-driven, or social effect factors as by commercial acknowledgements. The Lloyds Bank Net Zero Monitor indicates that safeguarding the climate for upcoming generations (37%) and employee prosperity and engagement (27%) are two of the utmost benefits expected for organizations adopting the transition to being carbon neutral. Read more: https://www.emeriobanque.com/news/lloyds-bank-research-shows-uk-smes-plan-to-attempt-net-zero-goals #LloydsBank #SMEs #LloydsBankNet #ZeroMonitor #tradefinance #NetZero
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    Lloyds Bank research shows UK SMEs Plan to Attempt Net Zero goals
    Lloyds Bank research shows that UK SMEs are stepping towards making necessary changes to achieve Net Zero goals believing it will help waste reduction & cost savings.
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  • China’s 2022 Trade With Russia Hits Record $190bn

    As per the recent statement released by the government, China’s trade with Russia hit a record 1.28 trillion yuan ($190 billion) last year, even as Russia’s imports from the European association fell on sanctions connected to Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine.

    China’s 2022 exports to and imports from Russia presented 3% of China’s total trade, as per the statement given by Lyu Daliang, spokesperson of the General Administration of Customs.

    Not only this, but shipments of Chinese commodities to Russia have also increased for six months.

    Additionally, Russia dramatically increased its rail exports of liquified petroleum gas to China last year, 2022 as part of the Kremlin’s drive to enhance its energy export sales, as per the Reuters analysis based on information collected from industry sources.

    According to Russia's leading producer, Gazprom, China’s imports of Russian natural gas through the Power of Siberia pipeline are set to have increased by at least 50% in 2022. On the other hand, China’s Russian crude oil imports increased by 10% on year in the initial 11 months at around 80 million tonnes.

    Read more: https://www.emeriobanque.com/news/chinas-2022-trade-with-russia-hits-record-190bn-dollar

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    China’s 2022 Trade With Russia Hits Record $190bn As per the recent statement released by the government, China’s trade with Russia hit a record 1.28 trillion yuan ($190 billion) last year, even as Russia’s imports from the European association fell on sanctions connected to Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine. China’s 2022 exports to and imports from Russia presented 3% of China’s total trade, as per the statement given by Lyu Daliang, spokesperson of the General Administration of Customs. Not only this, but shipments of Chinese commodities to Russia have also increased for six months. Additionally, Russia dramatically increased its rail exports of liquified petroleum gas to China last year, 2022 as part of the Kremlin’s drive to enhance its energy export sales, as per the Reuters analysis based on information collected from industry sources. According to Russia's leading producer, Gazprom, China’s imports of Russian natural gas through the Power of Siberia pipeline are set to have increased by at least 50% in 2022. On the other hand, China’s Russian crude oil imports increased by 10% on year in the initial 11 months at around 80 million tonnes. Read more: https://www.emeriobanque.com/news/chinas-2022-trade-with-russia-hits-record-190bn-dollar #Chinastotaltrade #RussiaHitsRecord #ImportsfromRussia #Europeanassociation #tradefinance
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    China’s 2022 Trade With Russia Hits Record $190bn
    China’s trade with Russia hit a record 1.28 trillion yuan ($190 billion) last year. China's 2022 imports & exports from Russia accounted for 3% of its total trade.
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  • Broadridge Partners With LiquidX launches InBlock TradeOps

    LiquidX, a major international financial technology platform for digitization, monetization, and risk mitigation for trade finance has presented its InBlock TradeOps, a business process outsourcing (BPO) service, in association with Broadridge Financial Solutions.

    The introduced new service delivers end-to-end middle and back-office operation arrangements in trade finance, blending the most advanced technology of LiquidX and the top-notch outsourcing capabilities of Broadridge.

    “InBlock TradeOPs is the first complete arrangement that emphasizes lending and venturing in this multi-trillion dollar credit asset class, addressing all the operational difficulties.” stated Jim Toffey, CEO of LiquidX. “We are proud of TradeOPs’ adaptable pricing and serving structure that scales with the investor’s investments, enabling them to work intelligently, faster and cheaper with better investment returns.”

    Read more: https://www.emeriobanque.com/news/broadridge-partners-with-liquidx-launches-inblock-tradeops

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    Broadridge Partners With LiquidX launches InBlock TradeOps LiquidX, a major international financial technology platform for digitization, monetization, and risk mitigation for trade finance has presented its InBlock TradeOps, a business process outsourcing (BPO) service, in association with Broadridge Financial Solutions. The introduced new service delivers end-to-end middle and back-office operation arrangements in trade finance, blending the most advanced technology of LiquidX and the top-notch outsourcing capabilities of Broadridge. “InBlock TradeOPs is the first complete arrangement that emphasizes lending and venturing in this multi-trillion dollar credit asset class, addressing all the operational difficulties.” stated Jim Toffey, CEO of LiquidX. “We are proud of TradeOPs’ adaptable pricing and serving structure that scales with the investor’s investments, enabling them to work intelligently, faster and cheaper with better investment returns.” Read more: https://www.emeriobanque.com/news/broadridge-partners-with-liquidx-launches-inblock-tradeops #InBlockTradeOps #BroadridgeFinancialsolutions #tradefinance #TradeOPs #LiquidX #BPOservice
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    Broadridge Partners With LiquidX launches InBlock TradeOps
    LiquidX has presented its InBlock TradeOps, a business process outsourcing (BPO) service, in association with Broadridge Financial Solutions to flexible trade finance.
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  • Europe Gears Up LNG Imports As Global Competition For Fuel Grows

    Europe was the most prominent & biggest importer in the global liquified natural gas sector in the year 2022, with the region buying considerably higher volumes than its competitors as it attempts to replace the shrinking Russian pipeline gas supplies. As per the news, EU nations acquired 101mn tonnes last year, which is 58% more than in the entire of 2021, as per the data provided by Refinitiv.

    In previous years, the EU fall down to Japan and China on LNG imports but Russia’s attempt at energy weaponisation since its invasion of Ukraine has compelled the bloc to adopt alternative fuel sources.

    Due to Europe’s requirements to import higher volumes to cater to its storage facilities in 2023, the global LNG market is expected to stay tight, possibly pushing up costs for gas users across the world.

    “When the prices increase in Europe, Asia undoubtedly is required to expand the amount it pays accordingly to survive the competition to attract LNG cargoes,” stated Olumide Ajayi, senior LNG analyst at Refinitiv. “Europe has turned into a top-notch market.”

    Read more: https://www.emeriobanque.com/news/europe-gears-up-lng-imports-as-global-competition-for-fuel-grows

    #Europenations #Refinitiv #InternationalEnergyAgency #GlobalCompetitionForFuelGrows
    Europe Gears Up LNG Imports As Global Competition For Fuel Grows Europe was the most prominent & biggest importer in the global liquified natural gas sector in the year 2022, with the region buying considerably higher volumes than its competitors as it attempts to replace the shrinking Russian pipeline gas supplies. As per the news, EU nations acquired 101mn tonnes last year, which is 58% more than in the entire of 2021, as per the data provided by Refinitiv. In previous years, the EU fall down to Japan and China on LNG imports but Russia’s attempt at energy weaponisation since its invasion of Ukraine has compelled the bloc to adopt alternative fuel sources. Due to Europe’s requirements to import higher volumes to cater to its storage facilities in 2023, the global LNG market is expected to stay tight, possibly pushing up costs for gas users across the world. “When the prices increase in Europe, Asia undoubtedly is required to expand the amount it pays accordingly to survive the competition to attract LNG cargoes,” stated Olumide Ajayi, senior LNG analyst at Refinitiv. “Europe has turned into a top-notch market.” Read more: https://www.emeriobanque.com/news/europe-gears-up-lng-imports-as-global-competition-for-fuel-grows #Europenations #Refinitiv #InternationalEnergyAgency #GlobalCompetitionForFuelGrows
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    Europe Gears Up LNG Imports As Global Competition For Fuel Grows
    Europe nations imported 101mn tonnes of LNG last year, which is 58% more than in the entire of 2021, as per the data provided by Refinitiv. Read the full news.
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  • Russia-Ukraine War Hits Trade Finance Hard - Says World Bank

    According to the World Bank, the GDP (Gross Domestic Product) of Ukraine will have shrunk by around 35%. A further downfall is also expected for 2023, as the comprehensive effects of Russia’s war on the economy are visible.

    Apparently, the media across the world has properly covered the massive disruptions caused to supply chains including the transportation of Ukrainian grain through Black Sea ports, where Moscow constantly broke guidelines permitting exports to distress customers abroad. Now, with the arrival of winter, Russia’s targeting of Ukraine’s energy infrastructure has led the population of the country in chilling darkness and immensely disrupted businesses. Power cuts have caused digital point-of-sale systems to be inconsistent, compelling an extensive return to cash systems. Regular business processes are now loaded with vulnerability.

    “We have been forced to continue our works without electricity for 12 hours a day, and sometimes more, with four hours of power supply followed by four of none (being) normal,” says Serheii Kostogryz, head of the Trade Finance and Factoring Department at Raiffeisen Bank in Kyiv. He further added that 40% of the staff presently operates remotely.

    “The continuity in business operations is difficult to keep up with when your utmost priority is to keep your staff safe and knowing you might all soon have to rush to the basement,” he stated. “Till today, we handled it successfully - clients can rely upon us 24x7.”

    Read more: https://www.emeriobanque.com/news/russia-ukraine-war-hits-trade-finance-hard

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    Russia-Ukraine War Hits Trade Finance Hard - Says World Bank According to the World Bank, the GDP (Gross Domestic Product) of Ukraine will have shrunk by around 35%. A further downfall is also expected for 2023, as the comprehensive effects of Russia’s war on the economy are visible. Apparently, the media across the world has properly covered the massive disruptions caused to supply chains including the transportation of Ukrainian grain through Black Sea ports, where Moscow constantly broke guidelines permitting exports to distress customers abroad. Now, with the arrival of winter, Russia’s targeting of Ukraine’s energy infrastructure has led the population of the country in chilling darkness and immensely disrupted businesses. Power cuts have caused digital point-of-sale systems to be inconsistent, compelling an extensive return to cash systems. Regular business processes are now loaded with vulnerability. “We have been forced to continue our works without electricity for 12 hours a day, and sometimes more, with four hours of power supply followed by four of none (being) normal,” says Serheii Kostogryz, head of the Trade Finance and Factoring Department at Raiffeisen Bank in Kyiv. He further added that 40% of the staff presently operates remotely. “The continuity in business operations is difficult to keep up with when your utmost priority is to keep your staff safe and knowing you might all soon have to rush to the basement,” he stated. “Till today, we handled it successfully - clients can rely upon us 24x7.” Read more: https://www.emeriobanque.com/news/russia-ukraine-war-hits-trade-finance-hard #TradeFinanceHard #WorldBank #tradefinance #tradefinanceservice #corporatetradefinance #lettersofcredit #exportfinancing
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    Russia-Ukraine War Hits Trade Finance Hard
    The colossal drop-off in trade including Russia and Ukraine has affected trade finance hugely, says World Bank on Ukraine’s GDP to decline in 2023. Know more.
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  • All You Need To Know About Trade Finance Gap: Find Effects on SMEs

    The pandemic has hurt trade and highlighted a requirement to make productive changes in trade finance service to bridge the gap in the number of those who need it and those receiving it.

    Recently, the USD 1.5 trade finance gap was reported by the Asian Development Bank in 2019 during the Covid pandemic. Besides this, the Manila-based multilateral institution’s latest Trade Finance Gaps, Growth, and Jobs Survey, included 79 banks from 43 countries and 469 firms from 72 nations. Its findings reveal the extent to which this trade finance gap is disrupting the full utilization of trade to facilitate growth, employment, and poverty reduction during the sudden outbreak of the global pandemic.

    All this data efficiently demonstrates the lack of accessibility of global trade finance instruments and the disproportionate impact of a lack of funds on emerging markets businesses, especially SMEs (small- and medium-sized enterprises). However, what trade finance gap exactly, why does it matter, and how can it be decreased or controlled

    What is the Trade Finance Gap

    The trade finance gap is the difference between the trade finance requests made by businesses around the world to empower sales of their goods & services and the actual amount of financial assistance that banks are willing to grant or able to provide. In other words, it is the difference between the supply & demand of trade finance services.

    Read more: https://www.emeriobanque.com/blogs/trade-finance-gap-and-its-effects-on-smes

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    All You Need To Know About Trade Finance Gap: Find Effects on SMEs The pandemic has hurt trade and highlighted a requirement to make productive changes in trade finance service to bridge the gap in the number of those who need it and those receiving it. Recently, the USD 1.5 trade finance gap was reported by the Asian Development Bank in 2019 during the Covid pandemic. Besides this, the Manila-based multilateral institution’s latest Trade Finance Gaps, Growth, and Jobs Survey, included 79 banks from 43 countries and 469 firms from 72 nations. Its findings reveal the extent to which this trade finance gap is disrupting the full utilization of trade to facilitate growth, employment, and poverty reduction during the sudden outbreak of the global pandemic. All this data efficiently demonstrates the lack of accessibility of global trade finance instruments and the disproportionate impact of a lack of funds on emerging markets businesses, especially SMEs (small- and medium-sized enterprises). However, what trade finance gap exactly, why does it matter, and how can it be decreased or controlled? What is the Trade Finance Gap? The trade finance gap is the difference between the trade finance requests made by businesses around the world to empower sales of their goods & services and the actual amount of financial assistance that banks are willing to grant or able to provide. In other words, it is the difference between the supply & demand of trade finance services. Read more: https://www.emeriobanque.com/blogs/trade-finance-gap-and-its-effects-on-smes #internationaltradefinanceservices #AsianDevelopmentBank #globaltradefinanceinstruments #internationaltradefinanceinstruments #tradefinanceservice #SMEs
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    Trade Finance Gap & its Effects on SMEs
    Amid the Covid pandemic, SMEs have been adversely impacted in accessing global trade finance services, leading to a trade finance gap. Know about the trade finance gap in detail.
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  • African Development Bank Supports Bank One With $40 Million Trade Finance Package

    As per the latest news, the African Development Bank is supporting the Bank One of Mauritius by granting a $40 million trade finance package to boost its capacity to provide trade finance facilities to SMEs, local corporates and other important areas in Mauritius and across Africa.

    The above-mentioned package consists of a $25 million risk participation agreement and a $15 million transaction guarantee as per the announcement.

    This transaction guarantee will enable the Bank to provide up to 100% guarantee to confirming banks for the risks of payment failure arising from the confirmation of trade finance service issued by Bank One. On the other hand, the risk participation arrangement will initiate up to 50% guarantee cover on a portfolio basis to boost the trade finance transactions started by issuing banks in area member nations. In short, this financial backing will help Bank One strengthen its capacity to cater to the trade finance requirements of key sectors.

    “Looking at the cross-sectoral practices of trade, the proposed funding, while utilizing Bank One’s footprints, is supposed to upgrade the African Advancement Bank's endeavours to coordinate Africa and enhance the quality of life of African residents,” stated the African Development Bank Head of Trade Finance Lamin Drammeh.

    Read more: https://www.emeriobanque.com/news/african-development-bank-supports-bank-one

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    African Development Bank Supports Bank One With $40 Million Trade Finance Package As per the latest news, the African Development Bank is supporting the Bank One of Mauritius by granting a $40 million trade finance package to boost its capacity to provide trade finance facilities to SMEs, local corporates and other important areas in Mauritius and across Africa. The above-mentioned package consists of a $25 million risk participation agreement and a $15 million transaction guarantee as per the announcement. This transaction guarantee will enable the Bank to provide up to 100% guarantee to confirming banks for the risks of payment failure arising from the confirmation of trade finance service issued by Bank One. On the other hand, the risk participation arrangement will initiate up to 50% guarantee cover on a portfolio basis to boost the trade finance transactions started by issuing banks in area member nations. In short, this financial backing will help Bank One strengthen its capacity to cater to the trade finance requirements of key sectors. “Looking at the cross-sectoral practices of trade, the proposed funding, while utilizing Bank One’s footprints, is supposed to upgrade the African Advancement Bank's endeavours to coordinate Africa and enhance the quality of life of African residents,” stated the African Development Bank Head of Trade Finance Lamin Drammeh. Read more: https://www.emeriobanque.com/news/african-development-bank-supports-bank-one #tradefinanceservice #AfricanDevelopmentBank #transactionguarantee #tradefinanceinstruments #financialservices
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    African Development Bank Supports Bank One With $40 Million Trade Finance Package
    The African Development Bank approves a $40 million trade finance package to support the Bank One of Mauritius to provide trade finance facilities to SMEs.
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  • India-UK To Discuss 6th Round Of Talks On Free Trade Agreement From Today

    As per the recent news, UK trade secretary Kemi Badenoch will arrive in New Delhi today December 12th to conduct her first in-person meeting with Indian counterpart Piyush Goyal over UK-India free trade agreement (FTA). These two Indian and British negotiators are going to sit down and continue the sixth round of negotiations for a free trade agreement.

    The new round signifies the first formal arrangement between the India-UK negotiating teams since July and the first since Rishi Sunak assumed control as British Prime Minister.

    Remarking the International trade minister Kemi Badenoch, performing the negotiations for the UK, the UK high commission stated, “Badenoch will encounter her counterpart commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal face to face for the first time.”

    Former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson in April announced an aspiring target to agree on an FTA with India by Diwali in October. But with his resignation in July and the political mess in the UK, the deadline was missed.

    New Prime Minister Rishi Sunak stated his commitment to initiating a deal with India without compromising on quality for speed, as per reports.

    Read more: https://www.emeriobanque.com/news/india-uk-to-discuss-free-trade-agreement-from-today

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    India-UK To Discuss 6th Round Of Talks On Free Trade Agreement From Today As per the recent news, UK trade secretary Kemi Badenoch will arrive in New Delhi today December 12th to conduct her first in-person meeting with Indian counterpart Piyush Goyal over UK-India free trade agreement (FTA). These two Indian and British negotiators are going to sit down and continue the sixth round of negotiations for a free trade agreement. The new round signifies the first formal arrangement between the India-UK negotiating teams since July and the first since Rishi Sunak assumed control as British Prime Minister. Remarking the International trade minister Kemi Badenoch, performing the negotiations for the UK, the UK high commission stated, “Badenoch will encounter her counterpart commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal face to face for the first time.” Former British Prime Minister Boris Johnson in April announced an aspiring target to agree on an FTA with India by Diwali in October. But with his resignation in July and the political mess in the UK, the deadline was missed. New Prime Minister Rishi Sunak stated his commitment to initiating a deal with India without compromising on quality for speed, as per reports. Read more: https://www.emeriobanque.com/news/india-uk-to-discuss-free-trade-agreement-from-today #UKIndiafreetradeagreement #freetradeagreement #financial #UKIndiatrade #InternationalTrade
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    India-UK To Discuss 6th Round Of Talks On Free Trade Agreement From Today
    UK trade secretary Kemi Badenoch will arrive in New Delhi on December 12th to meet with Indian counterpart Piyush Goyal over the UK-India free trade agreement (FTA).
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  • How Do You Qualify for a Corporate Credit Card

    Every large or growing company has a variety of business expenses. Whether your employees need to fly to another country, book flight tickets, or book accommodation. These are some of the business-related expenses that are not borne directly by the company but through its employees.

    Getting them corporate payment cards, also known as corporate payment cards, is an efficient way to keep a track of expenses and make it easy for the employees to avail services they need.

    On one hand, the employees aren’t required to use their own credit/debit card during a business trip while on the other hand, the employer can visibly access all the expenses incurred & pay i.e. reimburse the employees. Thereby, a convenient & hassle-free option for both of them.

    What Does a Corporate Payment Card Mean

    A corporate payment card is a type of card issued by an employer to his/her employees for managing business-related expenses. They are generally available only to larger or established companies, meaning those with at least several million/billion dollars in annual revenue. To avail of a corporate payment card service, a concerned company must submit a federal tax ID and undergo a financial audit to qualify.

    1. How Can Employees Use a Corporate Credit Card
    2. How Corporate Credit Cards Are Different From Other Business Credit Cards
    3. Are You Eligible For a Corporate Credit Card
    4. What Companies Should Know About Using Corporate Credit Cards
    5. What Users Should Know About Corporate Credit Cards
    6. Why do Businesses Opt For a Corporate Credit Card

    Now you know how significant these corporate credit cards are for both employees and employers. They are an effective way to keep a track of business expenses incurred by the employees and manage business expenses efficiently by the employees without having to spend their own money.

    Read more: https://www.emeriobanque.com/blogs/how-do-you-qualify-for-a-corporate-credit-card

    #corporatecreditcards #corporatepaymentcardservice #corporatepaymentcards #Businesscreditcards
    How Do You Qualify for a Corporate Credit Card? Every large or growing company has a variety of business expenses. Whether your employees need to fly to another country, book flight tickets, or book accommodation. These are some of the business-related expenses that are not borne directly by the company but through its employees. Getting them corporate payment cards, also known as corporate payment cards, is an efficient way to keep a track of expenses and make it easy for the employees to avail services they need. On one hand, the employees aren’t required to use their own credit/debit card during a business trip while on the other hand, the employer can visibly access all the expenses incurred & pay i.e. reimburse the employees. Thereby, a convenient & hassle-free option for both of them. What Does a Corporate Payment Card Mean? A corporate payment card is a type of card issued by an employer to his/her employees for managing business-related expenses. They are generally available only to larger or established companies, meaning those with at least several million/billion dollars in annual revenue. To avail of a corporate payment card service, a concerned company must submit a federal tax ID and undergo a financial audit to qualify. 1. How Can Employees Use a Corporate Credit Card? 2. How Corporate Credit Cards Are Different From Other Business Credit Cards? 3. Are You Eligible For a Corporate Credit Card? 4. What Companies Should Know About Using Corporate Credit Cards? 5. What Users Should Know About Corporate Credit Cards? 6. Why do Businesses Opt For a Corporate Credit Card? Now you know how significant these corporate credit cards are for both employees and employers. They are an effective way to keep a track of business expenses incurred by the employees and manage business expenses efficiently by the employees without having to spend their own money. Read more: https://www.emeriobanque.com/blogs/how-do-you-qualify-for-a-corporate-credit-card #corporatecreditcards #corporatepaymentcardservice #corporatepaymentcards #Businesscreditcards
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    How Do You Qualify for a Corporate Credit Card?
    Large companies issue corporate payment cards to their employees to manage business expenses. Know if your company qualifies for a corporate credit card?
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