ADB's TFP increases access to trade finance and therefore provides support for international trade in the most challenging markets.
The TFP works exclusively through commercial banks. As such, and in addition to supporting trade, the TFP also seeks to develop the capability of local banks to provide trade finance products to importers and exporters.
By providing guarantees and liquidity, even during crisis, the TFP helps provide stability to the trade finance system.
Latest Project Documents
|Trade Sector Finance Facilitation Program: Report on findings of ICC-ADB Register on Trade & Finance||Sep 2010|
|Trade Finance Facilitation Program||Mar 2009|
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