How can technology help identify and prevent trade-based money laundering across Asian markets? How does receivable financing differ from financing based on letters of credit? What do financiers have to gain from greater transparency and direct channels of communications? These are the questions at the centre of our conversation with Morgan Terigi, CEO & Co-Founder of Incomlend.
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In this episode of RegTalks, Claus Christensen interviews Incomlend’s Morgan Terigi on:
- The importance of RegTech innovation on trade finance in Asia and globally
- How non-recourse financing can support financial inclusion and access to credit
- The impact of growing public spending during the pandemic on the global trade finance market
- The need for more information sharing between financiers
Based in Singapore, Morgan Terigi is Co-Founder and CEO of Incomlend, an alternative trade finance platform which delivers factoring and supply chain finance solutions to companies globally. A mechanical engineer and HEC Paris graduate, Morgan is a serial entrepreneur and has established various companies in Japan, Mainland China, Hong Kong, Bangladesh, Malaysia and Singapore.
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Incomlend is an invoice financing marketplace. Whether you are an exporter, importer or institutional and accredited investor, Incomlend has the solutions to meet your needs. Contact the team to discuss how they can help accelerate your receivables to improve working capital and manage credit risk: https://lnkd.in/gJn6RyC.
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Last updated on March 9th, 2023 at 02:01 pm