As a global credit insurer, Coface is acutely aware of the amount of companies failing due to unpaid debts...

Coface has been awarded Best Provider of Trade Credit Insurance by CFO Innovation Asia for the second year in a row.

EFIC, Australia’s export credit agency, has had its loan powers expanded to assist more SME (small and medium-sized) Australian exporters.

Decelerated growth in China could impact significantly on the Asian economy, including Australia, a new survey has found.

The Coface Group, a world leader in credit insurance, has identified a new “very high risk sector” for companies doing business in Asia.

Assessing business risk is vital for Australian companies involved in international trade.

Australia’s major commodity exports took a tumble on fears of growing defaults among highly geared Chinese companies and further signs of economic slowdown.

While conditions in Australia’s manufacturing industry remain challenging, there are some great opportunities for companies to grow and expand overseas.

Despite the ongoing volatility in financial markets around the world, the Export Finance and Insurance Corporation (EFIC) performed strongly last financial year. The Australian Government’s export credit agency showed a profit on its Commercial Account of $30.2 million, reflecting continuing strength.

Trade in financial services through foreign affiliates increased last financial year, against a backdrop of declining service exports.