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Jan 18, 2022 | News

UK economic growth to outpace global average in 2022

Global trade will expand above the long-term average this year but will be disrupted by labour and supply chain bottlenecks, amplified by omicron in the first half of the year

Jun 03, 2021

First female CEO for Euler Hermes UK and Ireland

Euler Hermes has appointed Sarah Murrow as CEO of its UK and Ireland business, with effect from 1 June and subject to regulatory approval. Read more !

May 25, 2021 | News

Changes in Board of Management and Regional Management teams

Euler Hermes, the world’s leading trade credit insurer, announces key changes in their Board of Management and Regional Management teams.

Mar 26, 2021

Media comment – Suez is not the only block to global trade

The Suez Canal disruption has the potential to cost the world economy up to $10bn in lost trade for each day. Read more !

Mar 12, 2021 | News

Media comment – UK balance of trade

The combination of Covid-19 and Brexit will ultimately prove to be a long-term drag on growth. Exporters will be particularly hard hit. Read more !

Jan 12, 2021 | News

Brexit could cost UK exporters £25bn as full Covid recovery pushed back to 2023

British exporters could lose out on as much as £25bn of trade in 2021 following Brexit and EU exporters could lose €10bn in 2H 2021. Read more!

Dec 30, 2020

Government extends shield to sustain UK trade

The UK government, the Association of British Insurers (ABI), Euler Hermes – the world’s leading trade credit insurer – and other underwriters have agreed to extend the landmark State Support Scheme to protect intercompany trade into 2021.

Nov 24, 2020 | News

Green2Green Single Risk: a pioneer insurance product

Euler Hermes has launched pioneering product will contribute to tackling climate change by insuring green transactions and investing in certified green bonds.

Oct 01, 2020

Euler Hermes Group announces CEO leadership change

Wilfried Verstraete, CEO and Chairman of the Board of Management, has decided to step down from his operational duties after twelve successful years in the role

Aug 21, 2020

First by your side for the road ahead

We have strengthened and enhanced our tools and are also developing new technologies to help our partners connect the dots and act early.

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Jan 14, 2022

The UK economy in 2022: bouncing back amid many risks

The UK economic bounceback from Covid-19 will continue in 2022, but momentum is slowing. Consumer spending and business investment are bright spots.
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Jan 07, 2022

Why restarting your business could be a challenge in 2022

Many companies will have to restart afresh. They will have to behave almost like start-ups, with the financial risks typical of a new comer.
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Jan 07, 2022

Why you are at higher risk of experiencing insolvency

Demise of high street retailer Arcadia. The story going into administration has increased the buzz around the recent changes in Crown Preference rules
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Dec 20, 2021

Trade sector insight – the latest from our experts

Our latest guides share expert insight on the current state of play for trade sectors, and look ahead to likely changes in 2022 and beyond
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Dec 08, 2021

How an ease of COVID restrictions increased the risk to your cash flow

The opening up of business poses unique risks to cash flow. Read how to forecast working capital problems and protect your company.
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Dec 06, 2021

Identifying the signs of business insolvency

Are your supply chain trading partners an increased insolvency risk? Learn how to spot the insolvency warning signs.
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Nov 24, 2021

Delivery fears as Santa hit by #logistics challenges

Santa’s decision to centralise manufacturing in a single global hub in Northern Lapland previously seemed a wise choice. However, amid the supply chain and other problems of late 2021, his business model is under strain.
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Nov 17, 2021

Starting to export: which countries pay quickly?

Thanks to Euler Hermes data, companies can reduce the risk of slow export payment — but must also reduce the risk to their cash flow if overseas customers fail to pay.
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Nov 15, 2021

Post-Christmas hangover likely for food and hospitality firms

January and February are traditionally tough for food and hospitality businesses, but in 2022 they may be particularly challenging. Read more!
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