TCP appoints Commercial Director to accelerate trade finance and working capital solutions in the UAE

TCP, trade finance focused FinTech startup, continues to invest in strengthening its senior team

  
TCP appoints Commercial Director to accelerate trade finance and working capital solutions in the UAE

ABU DHABI: UAE-based FinTech startup, Trade Capital Partners (TCP), a leading provider of working capital solutions to regional importers, exporters, traders and SMEs seeking collateral-free cash using invoices or inventory, has announced the appointment of trade finance veteran Adel Alkhaja as Commercial Director.  Adel joined TCP in June 2021 and has been instrumental in driving TCP’s early success. He has played a key role in designing the high-level platform and process architecture resulting in one of MENA's most advanced trade finance platforms.  His appointment in the company brings deep trade finance experience with a strong background in finance, banking, and trade credit to propel TCP into its next phase of its rapid growth.

Before joining TCP, he served in multiple leadership roles including Senior Executive Officer at a leading trade finance house in Abu Dhabi and Division Head at Mashreq Bank after starting his career in banking at HSBC. Adel has also founded multiple businesses.

TCP’s CEO & Founder Troels Andersen said, “We are thrilled to have Adel, as part of our executive team. His trade finance experience and visionary mindset and understanding of the local market, has not only helped us build a highly scalable platform, but will be instrumental in our future regional growth. Adel will lead our continued investments into the region’s SME and startup ecosystem and further solidify our commitment to create a world-leading trade finance technology platform. I look forward to kickstarting the process of continuous reinvention as TCP embarks on the next phase of growth.”

Businesses looking for access to cash as oxygen for their business growth will come to TCP for the speedy approval process and simplified transactions. These are made possible by TCP's proprietary AI-driven approval process, future blockchain network, and deep analysis of more than 120 data indicators that are part of TCP’s algorithms and data models.

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ABOUT TCP

Trade Capital Partners is a digital trade finance company based in Abu Dhabi, UAE. The company offers working capital solutions to small- and medium-sized companies and growth startups in emerging markets using innovative technology and data analytics.

For more information, please reach out to:
TCP at pr@tcp.finance  or visit their website at www.tcp.finance 

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