Latitude20 Capital Partners' COO to be featured speaker at Specialty Finance Summit

Latitude20 Capital Partners' COO to be featured speaker at Specialty Finance Summit

Jason Bross, Chief Operating Officer of Latitude20 Capital Partners, will be a featured speaker at iGlobal Forum's 8th Specialty Finance Summit on September 13th and 14th at the Princeton Club in New York, New York.  Jason, along with other industry stalwarts, will be opining on future specialty finance opportunities in new asset classes, sectors and geographies.

Latitude20 Capital Partners COO to speak at Marketplace Lending & Alternative Financing Summit

Latitude20 Capital Partners COO to speak at Marketplace Lending & Alternative Financing Summit

Latitude20 Capital Partners Chief Operating Officer Jason Bross will be speaking at the Marketplace Lending & Alternative Financing Summit in Dana Point, CA December 4-6. The Summit, hosted by Opal Financial Group, is an educational forum that is designed for industry experts, including investors, issuers, underwriters and rating agencies, to gain insight on the newest techniques to maximize returns and reduce risk exposure in this growing area of marketplace lending

Latitude20 Capital Partners Adds Portfolio Companies and Expands Global Presence

Latitude20 Capital Partners Adds Portfolio Companies and Expands Global Presence

Latitude20 Capital Partners ("Lat20"), a specialty finance company providing structured trade financing solutions to Emerging Market Small and Medium Sized Enterprises ("SMEs"), has announced it recently provided credit facilities to numerous companies in Brazil and Ecuador.

Trade growth to remain subdued in 2016 as uncertainties weigh on global demand

Trade growth to remain subdued in 2016 as uncertainties weigh on global demand

Growth in the volume of world trade is expected to remain sluggish in 2016 at 2.8%, unchanged from the 2.8% increase registered in 2015. Imports of developed countries should moderate this year while demand for imported goods in developing Asian economies should pick up. Global trade growth should rise to 3.6% in 2017, WTO economists reported on 7 April.