Export Credit Insurance

Auto insurance for an Alfa Romeo

Italy has spent centuries consolidating its place as a luxury supplier. From Versace and Gucci to the country’s leather and shoes, Italy knows the high end. But perhaps its biggest luxury export – both in terms of market share and the size of the export itself – it’s the cars. …

Read More »

Hub acquires Canadian credit risk brokerage firm Canadian Underwriter

Hub International Limited announced the acquisition of Global Credit Risk Management Inc. (GCRM), a pan-Canadian independent accounts receivable and political risk insurance broker. With a national presence and offices in Ontario and Alberta, GCRM ​​provides accounts receivable insurance and advisory services to businesses of all sizes. Customers include manufacturers, commodity …

Read More »

Blockchain in Trade Finance / Credit Insurance Market 2021 Global Demand and Emerging Trends by 2028 – Finextra Research, Deloitte, TradeIX, Bain & Company, Capco, PYMNTS.com – KSU

A new market report from QY Reports on the Blockchain in the Trade Finance / Credit Insurance Market has been published with reliable information and accurate forecast for a better understanding of current and future market scenarios. The report offers an in-depth analysis of the global market including qualitative and …

Read More »

Commercial Insurance Market Forecast to 2026

Global Commercial Insurance Market 2021 report share informative data figures as well as important information with COVID19 impact analysis regarding some of the components of the market that are considered the future architects of course for the market. This includes factors such as market size, market share, market segmentation, important …

Read More »

State aid: Commission approves German 10 billion euro scheme to compensate companies for damage suffered as a result of the coronavirus epidemic – The European Sting – Critical News & Insights on European Politics, Economy, Foreign Affairs , Business & Technology

(Credit: Unsplash) This article is presented to you in association with the European Commission. The European Commission has ruled that a € 10 billion German scheme to compensate companies for damage related to the coronavirus outbreak complies with EU state aid rules. Executive Vice President Margrethe Vestager, responsible for competition …

Read More »