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Standard Bank Joins Global Digital Trade Risk Network

Standard Bank has signed an agreement with CCRManager Pte Ltd, a global trade FinTech company, joining their global innovative electronic platform as a member bank.

“We are delighted to have joined CCRManager’s distribution platform, which offers an automated, fast and transparent platform for trade risk distribution and participation”, says Vinod Madhavan, Group Head of Trade for Standard Bank.

“As the first African bank to have joined this network, this presents us with many opportunities, including being able to show African trade risk to international banks that are members of CCRM, and is aligned with our desire to connect Africa to the world.”

CCRManager is a web-based platform that enables banks to manage the entire process of distributing trade finance internationally to other banks, credit insurers, and fund managers.

“CCRManager is delighted to have Standard Bank as its first African member bank,” says KahChye Tan, Chairman, CCRManager.

“Africa is a major trade partner for countries all over and trade finance has played an important role in promoting African imports and exports for many decades.  We are confident that CCRManager will help Standard Bank with its trade finance for its clients.”

Users of CCRManagerare able to list trade assets and contingents for distribution, negotiate deals, and manage supporting documentation in a secure environment. Users also have access to tools for data analytics, market benchmarking, and pricing indices. In addition, CCRManager provides users with the ability to manage their portfolio, reporting, and compliance activities 24-hours a day.

“This partnership represents Standard Bank’s dedication to leverage world-leading digital platforms that help realize efficiencies in a globally competitive market place,” says Madhavan.

“At Standard Bank, we recognise the potential of trade asa key driver for growth, especially in emerging and frontier markets.”

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Richard Kamya
http://businessfocus.co.ug
Media Executive, writer @ businessfocus.co.ug

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