TFP have been awarded a prestigious highly commended award by Trade Finance Review (TFR) by providing a £1.25m revolving trade finance facility to Swiss Grill Ltd enabling it to grow its business supplying high quality gas barbeques to major retailers in 2012.
Small is beautiful and how to get out of the mess we are in...
COMMERCIAL FEATURE Small and medium-sized enterprises cannot always afford to buy the goods they need to fulfil their customers’ orders, but all too often banks are not prepared to provide the necessary funding.
According to the latest data from the International Trade Monitor (ITM), in the period October to December 2012, 52 per cent of SME business leaders expressed confidence in the current UK economic climate, an increase from 46 per cent the previous quarter. Equally, 53 per cent were confident that international trade conditions will improve over the next 12 months, an improvement of 10% since Q3.
Niall Mason joins TFP as Finance Director Designate. Niall joins TFP from Tricon International and will head up the finance function at TFP.
International Trade Finance - August 2012 - Issue 623 - pages 5 & 6
TFP has grown rapidly since it started in 2010 and has recently completed a partnership with Macquarie Bank.
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Alex Hawkes looks at alternative ways of lending and explains why Trade Finance is flourishing
CEO Chris Ash and Commercial Director William Tebbit interviewed for Ingenious Britain Supplement in Sunday Telegraph 8th July 2012
TFP interviewed in Sunday Telegraph
TFP is delighted to announce that it has secured a three year trade finance facility of £15m expandable to £25m from Macquarie Bank Limited. In addition Macquarie are investing in TFP and have acquired a 5% equity interest.
TFP continues to win new clients and help businesses fulfil their orders
Watch the video of CEO Chris Ash explaining trade finance; hear Stephen Roston of BS Clothing on how trade finance works for him.
Business Money features TFP in February edition.