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Cartan Trade opens London office  – Matthew Wells, as head of UK & Ireland.

Created at the end of 2021, Cartan Trade is the new credit insurance capacity provider, serving companies of all sizes, both French and European. Attentive to companies’ expectations of transparency, simplicitý and efficiencý of companies, Cartan Trade innovates on the market by offering a perfectly readable products range, whose management is facilitated by a digital path.

On February 15th & 16th, after France, Italy and the Benelux, Cartan Trade, the new credit insurance provider in France and Europe, opened its offices in London and Manchester.
 
Matthew Wells, head of UK & Ireland, together with the Executive Committee of Cartan Trade (Eric Lenoir , Alice de BremChristophe Pennellier…) officially opened the branch in United Kingdom.
 
Thank you to the many brokers for the warm welcome and the confidence in Cartan Trade products!

 

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The World Economic Forum is an independent international organization committed to improve the state of the world, by engaging business, political, academic and other leaders of society in order to shape global, regional and industry agendas.


The Global Risks Report 2023 produced by the WEF presents the results of the latest Global Risks Perception Survey (GRPS), and analyses severe, newly emerging and rapidly changing risks that the world is likely to face.

This 18th edition was written in partnership with : Zurich Insurance & Marsh McLennan.

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EU inflation showed signs of a further fall across EU Member States in December 2022, due to a mainly fall in energy prices. The Britain’s inflation rate remains high.

Consumer prices rose 10.5 %  in December, the 2nd consecutive monthly decline, thanks to easing gasoline and clothing prices.
UK inflation hits 41-year high of 11.1% in October, as food and energy prices continue to soar.

So policymakers setting interest rates have homed in on domestic signals of inflation to try to assess how persistent higher prices will be, analyzing wage growth and increases in services inflation.

Over the course of a year, the central bank raised interest rates from 0.1 percent to 3.5 percent, and is expected to raise rates again at its next meeting in early February.

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