Trading briefs

Atradius regularly hosts webinars about the current economic situation in different markets, which are very helpful in raising our awareness in new markets.

Credit Manager, Global 500 Consumer Products Company

Advice on trading opportunities including the documents: Export Practice, Credit-to-Cash Briefings and the Atradius Risk Map.

From crisis to opportunity: what’s the future of trade?

For many businesses, the pandemic has been devastating. For others, new opportunities have arisen. A summary of our virtual events series on the future of trade in a post-COVID world.

De-globalisation,a new way to trade,but will it stick?

The pandemic has interrupted supply chains with quarantines, protectionism and container ship chaos. This has caused many businesses to rethink their supply chains.

The impact of digitalisation on trade

The pandemic has led to an explosion in the adoption of digital tools throughout the world, bringing with them a host of new opportunities for businesses.

How trade relationships and tariffs are affecting trade

Ways that trade can be impacted by political tensions and how businesses can work to mitigate risks and maximise opportunities for growth.

How Covid-19 changed global trade forever

An exploration of the opportunities, challenges and trends facing businesses during 2021 and beyond.

Risk map

The Risk Map gives an overview of the level of risk associated with countries worldwide. Risk ratings are based on a variety of political and economic factors gathered by our Economic Research Team.

Export practice

Our Export Practice Publications detail potential risks and barriers to trade that can face businesses seeking to export to new markets, and provides practical tips and guidance on overcoming them.

Annual Reports

The Annual Report is a complete overview of the performance of Atradius N.V. in a year. It includes performance and strategy, full year accounts and additional financial information.

IFRS9 - Changes Ahead

The new IFRS9 regulation introduces changes to trade credit risk accounting. Find out the essential information for your business, practical tips and proposed solutions.

The Changing Landscape Of International Trade

Find out how 2016 certainly proved to be a year of unexpected - some would say unprecedented - political change.

Credit to Cash Briefings

The Atradius Credit-to-Cash Briefings offer free business guidance designed to support you as you manage the day-to-day operation of your business. They include useful checklists.

Press contact

Sylvia Wong
Regional Marketing Manager, Asia

Unit 4304 - 4306, Central Plaza
18 Harbour Road
Wanchai
Hong Kong

Tel: +852 3657 0810
Email: asiapress@atradius.com

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