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ADCB launches digital platform Trade Booster for global trade partnerships

ADCBAbu Dhabi Commercial Bank (ADCB) announced the official launch of the ADCB Trade Booster platform – a digital platform for 14 partner banks that make up the Trade Club Alliance. The partner banks comprise of ADCB, Attiijariwafa Group, Banco BPM, Banco Santander, Royal Bank of Canada, CIMB, Credit Agricole Group, Eurobank, KBC Group, Industrial Bank of Korea, MUFG, Nordea Group, Siam Commercial Bank, and Standard Bank.

The new platform will help identify businesses that are looking to trade goods internationally and will provide insight on regulations and trade tariffs for the relevant countries. It will provide members with market information on more than 180 countries, including currency analysis, market trends and shipping requirements, serving as a conduit for trusted buyers and suppliers to connect with counterparts in markets around the world.

Samer Younes, Lead Digital Trade Implementation & Channel Management, ADCB said, “ADCB Trade Booster is a unique and exclusive, by-invitation-only, platform for valued clients. It enables them to access a global network of trustworthy businesses not just by connecting them locally and globally with each other but also by identifying opportunities of cooperation while maintaining the highest industry standards.”

Members of the ADCB Trade Booster will be assigned a Digital Business Card, where they can provide details of their business proposition, industry and overarching goals. In addition to the digital platform offering market insight, companies can seek advice on financial products that would suit their needs from any one of the Trade Club Alliance banks. Each member bank is responsible for vetting businesses before they become a member, and will help oversee the admission process, actively identify and facilitate business opportunities and coordinate trade missions on the ground.

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