Trade Finance in the Digital World – What Changes are Likely in the Coming Months and Years?

Foreword by Geoffrey Wynne – Much has been written – and will be written – about the need to digitise trade transactions. Less use of paper and greater speed and efficiency are some of the reasons for this. The availability of ‘tech tools’ in support of this objective increases almost daily and the potential use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is often provided as the basis on which to remove the human element from the processing and checking of digital documents….
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