Christoph Gugelmann

Co-Founder and CEO, Tradeteq

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Rising Commodity Prices Damaging SME Credit Lines

The rising cost of commodities is having a significant impact on the availability of credit and will force corporate treasurers to work more collaboratively with their banks to secure financing, writes Christoph Gugelmann, Co-Founder and CEO, Tradeteq. The war in Ukraine continues to devastate global...

The 1920s Roared After a Pandemic – Will the 2020s Do the Same?

The Roaring Twenties were driven by technological progress, developments in economic infrastructure, and defined by a flowering of post-pandemic parties and an explosion of economic activity. Sound familiar? Christoph Gugelmann, Co-Founder and CEO, Tradeteq, explores the likelihood of history repeating...

The Potential of Quantum Computing in Trade Finance

The financial mechanisms underpinning global trade are undergoing significant change. Tradeteq CEO Christoph Gugelmann explains how quantum computing has the potential to transform this trillion-dollar industry over the next few decades. It is noteworthy that trade finance – an industry that has been...

Distributed Trade Finance: A Lockdown Solution for SMEs?

Much has been said of Covid-19’s effect on businesses. Many organisations have had to adapt in order to work more flexibly and adhere to social distancing. In some cases, well-established, traditional industries have managed to maintain some degree of normality during lockdown. However, it cannot go...

Welcome to London: What the Influx of New Financial Institutions into the UK Capital Means for the Sector

The news that more than 1,000 banks, asset managers, payments firms and insurers from the European Union (EU) are planning to set up in the UK post-Brexit is a positive sign, especially for those in the treasury sector. The concentration of financial institutions will result in increased investment,...