Paris, September 11th 2019 – Euler Hermes presents the third edition of its Enabling Digitalization Index (EDI), which analyzes a country’s ability to provide an environment where companies can digitally transform successfully. The score is based on 5 components: regulation, knowledge, connectivity, infrastructure and size.
Baltimore, Feb. 20, 2019 – Euler Hermes Americas, the US-based subsidiary of the Euler Hermes Group, the world’s largest provider of trade credit insurance, and C2FO, the largest working capital market in the world, have announced a strategic partnership to provide C2FO customers access to Single Invoice Cover. This partnership is a concrete illustration of Euler Hermes’ strategy to expand beyond its traditional and oldest business line, trade credit insurance (TCI), into complementary and innovative products that match the transformative needs of today’s business leaders.
Baltimore, February 4, 2019 – Nearly 75% of CFOs are at least moderately concerned about the risks they might face in the next 12 months, according to a national survey released today by Euler Hermes Americas, the world’s largest trade credit insurer. The Euler Hermes “Risky Business” Survey analyzed responses from U.S CFOs and those in related jobs in companies with at least $5 million of annual revenues to understand their top concerns related to global political, economic and digital uncertainties heading into 2019.
Baltimore, Nov. 7, 2018 – The votes are in, and the American voters have come back with a split decision – Democrats won back the House of Representatives while the Republicans maintain control of the Senate. There’s no question that the results will change the course of policy creation in Washington and impact both small and large businesses. Euler Hermes, a global leader in trade credit insurance, shares what business leaders need to know now that the midterm elections are over.
BALTIMORE – February 5, 2018 – U.S. GDP will grow by 2.6% in 2018, up from 2.3% in 2017 and above the 2.2% average growth rate since the economy entered its recovery period, according to the world’s largest trade credit insurance firm Euler Hermes. While variables like political uncertainty cloud the outlook, positive factors such as increased consumer confidence, growth in manufacturing and wages, and pro-business policies all point to an above average year for the U.S. economy.