Unique trade finance investments.

Artis Trade Invest provides accredited investors with privileged access to secured SME trade finance assets.

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A clear focus.

Provide an alternative investment opportunity that facilitates global trade and generates stable returns with low volatility.

  • Dedicated to SMEs

    Supporting global SMEs by investing in trade finance assets.

  • Established European debtors

    Focussed on European counterparties.

  • Protected receivables

    Investing in secured trade finance debt.

  • Predictable returns

    Benefit from stable returns up to 6% p/a with low volatility.

  • Facilitating global trade

    Our fund supports trade with various global markets.

  • Uncorrelated investment

    A consistent, resilient asset class with historically strong performance.

The trade finance gap. An overlooked opportunity.

The trade finance gap is growing. The ICC estimate that up to $1.5 trillion of trade finance applications are rejected globally each year. And the COVID-19 crisis is only widening this shortfall.

This presents a unique opportunity for investors to help bridge the gap and make a global impact whilst generating stable ROI.

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Who we are.

Artis Trade Invest is a speciality finance entity in the process of incorporation in Liechtenstein, managed by London-based FCA regulated advisors, Arjan Capital Ltd.

Born from over 10 years of experience in trade facilitation in some of the world’s most underdeveloped and fastest-growing markets. Artis’ highly experienced, specialist investment team have a high-performing track record of working in challenging markets, delivering strong, predictable performance for investors.

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Diversify your portfolio with secured trade receivables.

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Meet your business needs with access to trade finance from SME specialists.

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The trade finance gap – an investment opportunity
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The trade finance gap – an investment opportunity

The exponential growth of the trade finance gap poses an interesting investment opportunity at a time of global trade disruption. Find out what’s driving this finance deficit and how investors can capitalise on it.

Trade finance explained
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Trade finance explained

One of the oldest forms of institutionalised credit, trade finance helps fund the global trade of virtually every commodity and finished good. An asset class that until recently was mainly dealt with by banks, but is today more readily accessible to investors.

Trade finance lending is approximately 5 times less risky than general corporate lending.

Find out more about trade finance investments. Get in touch today.