• 17.06.2020

    Bank Guarantee vs. Letter of Credit: What's the Difference?

    It is often seen that people perceive both the Letter of credit and Bank guarantee through the lens of functionality. They have a preconceived notion that BG and Letter of credit are the tools to facilitate international trade through secure and timely payments. However, this is not an appt assessme...

  • 16.06.2020

    Government Loan Schemes Found To Be Working Effectively

    On 17th June, the HM treasury unveiled promising figures regarding the total value of the loans extended to the businesses stranded due to the COVID crisis. According to the released figure, £38.2 billion has been passed on through the banking and financial institution following the government loan...

  • 16.06.2020

    Non-bank Trade Finance Providers Look To Boost Market Share

    Amidst the COVID-19 crisis, when the entire supply chain is at the brink of complete mayhem, the emerging markets manufacturers, a key component of the supply chain, are also facing the brunt with ever diminishing demands. The diminishing state of the EM manufacturers started ahead of the coronav...

  • 08.06.2020

    Singapore: Sanctions Clauses And Trade Finance – Recent Further Guidance From The International Chamber Of Commerce

    Adhering to sanction laws can be a tough ask at times, the primary reason being the varied existence of sanctions. Beyond the set sanctions, which are imposed by the UNSC (United Nation Security Council), each nation has different sanction persons and even countries. Banks generally want to opera...

  • 05.06.2020

    Why FinTech Won’t Be Enough To Tackle The Trade Finance Gap

    The trade finance scenario has not been that promising off late. As per the ADB, there is a trade finance gap of 1.5 trillion dollars. This is a pressing issue that has affected the state of global traders head-on. When there is a problem in the trade finance world, it opens the gate for new form...

  • 04.06.2020

    UK Public Is Borrowing Less – But Economic Fears Could Reduce Spending

    Not everything that came along with the COVID 19 crisis was an affliction, at least for the UK public. The times that we are presently living in are in no way normal. The public activity that we are witnessing with context to expenditure is also not normal. When the interest rates are being reduc...

  • 03.06.2020

    Cash Payments Fall 15% As Half Of The UK Transactions Are Made In Cashless

    The 21st century has taken digitization to its peak and advanced technology is better than ever before. The revolutionary smartphone technology has brought significant changes to our lifestyle. From payments to shopping, everything is perpetrated on smartphones. As a result, the UK economy is exp...

  • 02.06.2020

    Post Coronavirus, China Looks Set To Grow While The Rest Of The World Contracts

    The relation between the United States and China is on the verge of a break-off. Many analysts have provided hints on the emerging global landscape since the annual parliamentary meeting in China had come to an end. The week-long meetings concluded on sending powerful indications to its citizens ...

  • 01.06.2020

    Hong Kong: China-US tensions put Asia's financial hub at risk

    Hong Kong, discerned as one of the leading financial cores across the globe, is on the verge of doom because of the geopolitical conflict between the USA and China. According to experts, if the special trade privileges of Hong Kong stood rescinded, it would certainly wear away the city as a global f...

  • 28.05.2020

    CDC Group unveils record levels of trade finance to Africa and South Asia

    A UK impact investor and development finance institution has declared openly a record month for the trade guaranteed program. This program includes 350 transactions and $500 million guarantees for the month of March. It is an extension of a $100 million trade loan to one of the leading banks of ...

Most Recent Blogs View All Blogs

12 May

Top Ways Fintech Industry Is Getting Transformed Through Blockchain

If you are a businessman who is indulged in any kind of trade ie. import-export activity, you might ...

10 May

Fintechs Are Proving To Be A Boon For Small Exporters

Since the global pandemic of Covid-19 hit the world economy, the global traders have gone into deep ...

25 Apr

Letter of Credit Issuance Process - An Important Trade Finance Instrument

Looking for a letter of credit? This guide covers what an LC is, how it works & its process. Rea...


Emerio Banque is an innovative global financial institution incorporated in England and Wales with Legal Entity Identifier 875500DGPPWAFABBK130. Emerio Banque does not offer its products and services to businesses and/or persons registered in the United Kingdom.

No information on this website should be construed as a solicitation, offer, recommendation, and representation of suitability or endorsement of any security, investment or strategy.

Important Notice

Emerio Banque would like to advise its customers to report any suspicions which they may have regarding the identity of any intermediary who promotes products or services offered by us or any intermediary bearing similar names. You should verify with Emerio Banque by calling our Customer Service Number on +44 203 059 7831 or emailing

Please also be aware of bogus SMS messages and voice message calls or fraudsters who impersonate the staff of Emerio Banque.

We have recently become aware of a number of entities with different names misrepresenting themselves as associates, partners or agents of Emerio Banque.

Please be informed that Emerio Banque is not associated with nor do we have any business connections or dealings with such institutions.

Emerio Banque takes all information regarding suspicious fraudulent activity very seriously. Please immediately inform us at if you suspect or are approached by persons misrepresenting or impersonating Emerio Banque and/or its officials. We will make investigations and will take legal action where necessary.