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Choosing the Right Fintech Partner: How LiquidX Became a Bank Favorite

September 7, 2021|Global Trade Review

CEO Jim Toffey explains why top global banks are choosing LiquidX technology to transform their trade finance business.

Coface Singapore – First Insurer in Asia-Pacific to Join the LiquidX Digital Trade Credit Insurance Platform

August 2, 2021|Sue Hinton

Coface's Singapore Branch has joined its LiquidX 360 digital platform, which offers enhanced operational efficiency and transparency for all participants in the trade credit insurance market, including carriers, brokers, and policyholders.

Keith Raymond Joins LiquidX to Further Expand Market for InBlock Digital Working Capital Platform

July 27, 2021|Sue Hinton

Keith Raymond is named Head of Sales for LiquidX's InBlock digital working capital automation platform.

LiquidX Names Kristen Michaud Head of InBlock and Member of Management Team

July 8, 2021|Sue Hinton

LiquidX announced that Kristen Michaud will lead its InBlock business and has joined the Senior Management Team. InBlock optimizes working capital manage for corporates, banks, and insurers.

Monetary Authority of Singapore Grants Brokerage License to LiquidX, Paving Way for Further Expansion in Asia

June 29, 2021|Sue Hinton

LiquidX received approval from the Monetary Authority of Singapore (MAS) to offer insurance brokerage services in the country.

Chained Together: How Blockchain Is Improving Supply Chains

June 1, 2021|Sue Hinton

Blockchain provides visibility and traceability in supply chains, and has the potential to provide significant support for Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) efforts. Challenges include the need to further data ingestion technologies, particularly with regards to the physical layer of blockchains.

Digital Trade Credit Insurance — Time to Think Big

May 26, 2021|Todd Lynady

Digital transformation is improving how Trade Credit Insurance is sold and managed.

A New Era for Supply Chains: Webinar Recap

May 17, 2021|Sue Hinton

This LiquidX webinar with KKR focuses on viewing supply chains as a complex mesh of interlocking inputs to builds resiliency for companies and investors.

Receivable Put Contracts and Trade Credit Insurance: A Comparison

April 22, 2021|Todd Lynady

Receivable Put Contracts can be an integral part of a company’s credit risk mitigation strategy, alongside Trade Credit Insurance, for protecting receivables in today’s volatile economic environment.


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