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Coface South Africa Insurance Company Limited

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FSP No.: 44160
Tel: 011 208 2500
Fax: 011 208 2600
3021 William Nicol Drive
South Africa
P O Box 7178
Eastern Cape, Free State, Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, Mpumalanga, North-West, Northern Cape, Northern Province, Western Cape.

Effective trade solutions for today's South African and international business environment.

A leading player in the South African trade credit protection and solutions market, Coface South Africa aims to service your diverse credit management needs by providing a full package of products and services designed to provide you with straightforward comprehensive credit protection against non payment by your credit customers.

What is credit protection?

Credit protection provides you with protection against the non payment by your credit customers. The failure to receive payment impacts on your cash flow, eats into your profits, limits your ability to meet your financial commitments and in extreme cases can put you out of business.

You can protect this financial risk with Coface South Africa, thereby protecting your financial position and giving you the security you need for your business to operate more effectively.

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Icon Asia Corporate Payment Survey 2019: Deteriorating payment trends amid trade war woes
10 Jul 19 | Read More »
Coface’s 2019 Asia Corporate Payment Survey covered over 3,000 companies in nine economies (Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand and Taiwan). The length of payment delays increased to 88 days on average in 2018, compared to 84 days ...
Icon Reshika Vallabh appointed Head of Underwriting of Coface South Africa
02 Jul 19 | Read More »
              Reshika Vallabh   Reshika Vallabh, who has been with Coface South Africa for over 10 years, has been appointed as the Head of Underwriting (Commercial and Risk), following ...
Icon Morocco: payment delays are improving but remain too long
20 Jun 19 | Read More »
Coface's fourth survey on payment terms in Morocco shows a situation that remains worrying despite a slight improvement. Coface presents its fourth survey on the payment behavior of companies in Morocco. Carried out at the beginning of 2019, this survey aims ...
Icon Natural gas: an oscillation between boom and gloom
20 Jun 19 | Read More »
The natural gas market is booming and will increase in the medium term, but many factors point to a less promising future. Until recently, natural gas was acclaimed as the "cleanest" of fossil fuels and all indicators point to an increase in demand and ...
Icon World Economy: After a Tumultuous 2016, a Slight Improvement in 2017
08 Feb 17 | Read More »
By Coface, the international trade credit insurance company   According to Coface’s estimates, global growth weakened for the second consecutive year in 2016, at 2. 5%. 7% is expected in 2017, especially with the upturn in activity in emerging economies (+4 ...
Icon 2017: Coface Upgrades Eleven Countries and Downgrades Four
01 Feb 17 | Read More »
By Coface, the international trade credit insurance company     For the first time since mid-2015, Coface has made more upgrades than downgrades in its country risk assessments covering business credit risk. At the Coface annual country risks conference ...
Icon China: A “satisfactory” 2016 is yet to set the tone for 2017?
27 Jan 17 | Read More »
By Coface, the international trade credit insurance company   China’s real GDP growth improved slightly year-on-year (Y-o-Y) to 6. 8% in Q4 of 2016 from 6. 7% in each of the first three quarters in 2016. 9% in 2015, marking the slowest pace since 1990, albeit ...
Icon UK: The Final Brexit Countdown Begins to Unfold
24 Jan 17 | Read More »
By Coface, the international trade credit insurance company   On 17th January 2017, Theresa May, the British Prime Minister (PM) who is expected to trigger article 50 of the Treaty on European Union1 (EU) by the end of March, outlined her blueprint for the UK’s ...
Icon German Exports: Record-high levels in 2016, but weak growth
16 Jan 17 | Read More »
By Coface, the international trade credit insurance company   Growth in Germany exports: percentage change year-on-year In 2016, Germany was one of South Africa's five biggest export destinations, with an 8. Germany’s statistics office reported ...
Icon German Economy in 2017: Stable but not staid
15 Dec 16 | Read More »
By Coface, the international trade credit insurance company   Development of insolvencies, by sector, in the first eight months of 2016 (year-to-date, in percent), as well as in the total year 2015 (change from 2014, in percent)   Growth of the world ...
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