May 20, 2021 | Raistone

Are Trade Finance Funds Now Mainstream?

Dave Skirzenski, CEO of Raistone, recently joined a panel of finance experts during a Global Trade Review (GTR) webinar to discuss the current state of the trade finance funds market.

Dave Skirzenski, CEO of Raistone, recently joined a panel of finance experts during a Global Trade Review (GTR) webinar to discuss the current state of the trade finance funds market.

Trade finance funds cover a range of structures, from providing working capital loans, to trade receivables, to impact investing. The investor base for trade finance funds has diversified in recent years as investors are attracted to the funds extremely low loss rates and their strong credit performance even during multiple financial downturns.

The panel of experts shared their perspectives on several important topics, including:

  • What defines and decides trade finance funds objectives?
  • Who are the different types of investors that are active in the trade finance funds? How do the objectives of these investors differ?
  • What have been the key challenges to overcome in this market over the past 18 months?
  • What challenges are looming on the horizon as we begin to enter a post-pandemic world?

Watch the full webinar below as the panel dives into answering these questions.

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