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Mitigram partners with Enigio to drive digitalisation of global trade finance.

Stockholm, 7th March 2024 — Mitigram and Enigio are thrilled to announce their partnership aimed at propelling the digitalisation of global trade finance. This strategic collaboration enables Mitigram’s capabilities in trade, by offering a wide spectra of legally compliant electronic trade documents accessible to all counterparts. Following the recent legal adoption of MLETR in the UK and other jurisdictions, it is now possible for all companies to go paperless and transform fully digital end to end trade flows with seamless communication enabling faster and safer access to capital.

"The collaboration with Enigio marks a significant milestone in our journey to digitalise trade finance," stated Ted Scheiman, Chief Strategy Officer of Mitigram. "Enigio's digital document technology, trace:original, aligns perfectly with our vision, setting a new sustainable document standard for interoperability while delivering excellent value to our clients and the trade finance industry."

Amanda Evans, Chief Growth Officer at Enigio, remarked, "We are excited to join forces with another strong partner where our technology enables Mitigram’s customers to create freely transferable digital assets/documents. By integrating with trace:original, Mitigram enhances their product offering with a seamless solution for corporates and banks to perform end to end digital transactions with all parties." "The synergy between Mitigram’s user-centric approach and Enigio’s trusted technological advancements will have a profound impact on the industry at a critical time for economic growth", added Patrik Zekkar, CEO of Enigio.

The Partnership and Digitalisation's Legal Landscape

This collaboration arrives at a pivotal moment, particularly following the recent legal adoption of the MLETR in the UK, with France and other countries anticipated to follow on shortly. This legal progression emphasises the importance of digital transformation in trade and reinforces the Mitigram-Enigio partnership's commitment to leading this shift. By aligning with these legal advancements, Mitigram and Enigio are not only responding to the evolving regulatory landscape but are also facilitating a smoother transition for the industry towards comprehensive digitalisation.

The Road Ahead

The Mitigram-Enigio partnership is dedicated to setting new standards in efficiency, security, and interoperability within global trade. Our commitment to widespread adoption and interoperability, including engagement with other ecosystem providers, signals a collective effort to modernise the industry, reflecting both entities' dedication to fostering a digitalised trade finance ecosystem that is both sustainable and forward-thinking.

About Mitigram

Mitigram is a global leader in digital trade financing. Established in 2014, it has transformed the trade finance sector by offering real-time insights into risks, capacities, and pricing across over 100 markets. Mitigram's innovative solutions have facilitated over $100 billion in financing flows, advancing the digitalisation of trade finance processes and data. Backed by prominent Nordic institutional investors, Mitigram continues to drive the evolution of global trade finance.
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About Enigio

Enigio is a tech company offering solutions to ensure consistency, integrity, traceability, and possession of digital information making data available only to those who should have access to it while protecting it from manipulation. Freely transferable digital original documents is at the core of what Enigio does and the trace:original solution can be used for multiple types of commercial documents required in global trade.

trace:original provides banks, corporates, logistic providers, and others with all the advantages of original paper documents but none of their shortcomings without the need for joining a specific ecosystem or closed platform.

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Mitigram, a leading digital platform for trade financing, proudly announces the appointment of Joshua Kroeker as Head of Asia, effective January 8, 2024.

Joshua brings a wealth of experience and a proven track record as a leader in the digital transformation of trade finance. Before joining Mitigram, he was the Chief Product Officer at Contour, a Singapore-based blockchain trade finance network with a focus on transforming traditional trade products such as the letter of credit.

Prior to his role at Contour, Joshua was a leader within HSBC’s global trade finance business both in Canada and Hong Kong. There, he led significant digital transformation initiatives across their business. Most recently, he was the global blockchain lead collaborating with international partners to develop blockchain solutions in trade finance, including Contour.

At Mitigram, Joshua will leverage his deep industry experience and insight to drive the company's strategic expansion in the Asian market. His role will encompass fostering partnerships and enhancing Mitigram's digital capabilities, further solidifying the company's position at the forefront of trade finance innovation.

"Joshua's unique experience, particularly at Contour, equips him with an unparalleled perspective on the challenges and opportunities in digital trade finance," said Malin Bäcklund, interim CEO of Mitigram. "His expertise will be invaluable as we continue to innovate and grow in the dynamic Asian markets."

Joshua commented on his new role: "Mitigram offers exactly what the trade finance needs to progress its digital agenda, and I am honoured to be selected to head and grow their business in Asia. I look forward to leveraging my experiences in both banking and fintech to realise our aligned mission of transforming the global trade finance industry through digital solutions."

About Mitigram

Mitigram is a global leader in digital trade financing. Established in 2014, it has transformed the trade finance sector by offering real-time insights into risks, capacities, and pricing across over 100 markets. Mitigram's innovative solutions have facilitated over $100 billion in financing flows, advancing the digitalization of trade finance processes and data. Backed by prominent Nordic institutional investors, Mitigram continues to drive the evolution of global trade finance. Visit for more information.

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Key Points:
  • Latest funding round brings the total raised to $38m and will go towards scaling up the organisation and its product capabilities
  • Kaj Hed appointed as the new Chairman of the board
  • Milena Torciano stepping down as CEO to launch new private equity impact fund

Stockholm, 6th June 2023 - Mitigram, the leading digital platform in global trade financing, today announces it has secured an additional $11m from its latest funding round, bringing the total amount raised to $38m.

In 2014, Mitigram launched the world’s first digital exchange in global trade financing. Its advanced and interoperable digital platform is designed for corporations and financial institutions to price check and execute risk cover and financing transactions in cross-border trade. Current clients include Louis Dreyfus Company, Bridgestone, Vale, Ericsson, ArcelorMittal, Trafigura, Siemens Healthineers and over 150 banks.

The investment will enable Mitigram to move into its next phase of growth, executing its product roadmap, maximising the Software as a Service opportunity and drive further competitive advantage through network scaling.

As part of the firm’s next chapter, Milena Torciano will be stepping down as CEO to take on a new role as Founding Partner of a new private equity impact fund. Milena will remain a key member of the company board.

Malin Bäcklund, CEO of Moor Holding will take on the role of CEO on an interim basis.

Milena Torciano, Former CEO of Mitigram, comments: “We founded Mitigram with the mission to open up a closed market, and to streamline and augment global trade and I am incredibly proud of the tremendous growth that we have achieved since I joined six years ago. Today, we are trusted by more than 300 multinational corporations, leading commodity traders and financial institutions, and have facilitated $100bn+ in flows currently across 185 markets. This investment is an excellent opportunity to further build on the strong foundations we have established, and to deliver best practice for digitalized trade finance.”

Malin Bäcklund, Interim CEO of Mitigram, comments: “The lack of connectivity is trade finance’s biggest cost. Around 4 billion paper documents are manually generated, checked and transported in trade each year, which creates the perfect storm for high operating costs and a spiraling lack of control. At Mitigram, we are passionate about closing the gap that is estimated to cost the industry $4tn in total each year. This new funding round will allow us to continue doing exactly that.”

In addition, Kaj Head, an experienced entrepreneur and investor within the finance sector, joins as Chairman of the board, providing strategic guidance for the company’s financial objectives.

Kaj Hed, Chairman of Moor Holding and Mitigram, adds: “I am thrilled to be joining Mitigram at what is such an exciting time for the company. Mitigram is already the first market network by scale and the most interoperable trade finance platform by design, but with addition of fresh capital and the expertise of our global team, we are confident in our ambitions to be the number one network for trade finance professionals worldwide.

We express our gratitude to Milena for her outstanding contributions to Mitigram over the past six years, and wish her all the very best for her next adventure.”

Mitigram announces that Bridgestone selects its digital platform for trade finance transactions for its business in the Middle East and Africa

Mitigram is pleased to announce that it has been selected by Bridgestone to bring a new level of digital capabilities to its Trade Finance business operations for its Middle East and Africa (MEA) geographies. Bridgestone has implemented two Mitigram modules, MitiManager and MitiSquare to digitalise end-to-end workflows for all trade transactions and to enable its trade finance teams to communicate with multiple banks simultaneously for pricing, risk mitigation and related services for any trade finance transaction.

The key advantages that Mitigram has delivered to Bridgestone are:

  • full visibility and management of the complete trade finance portfolio with the action-orientated, enterprise-level MitiManager
  • the ability, using MitiSquare, to source credit coverage and funding for risks in the more difficult North African markets where regulatory controls have meant a sudden increase in demand for documentary trade
  • enhanced internal governance, controls, analytics and reporting
  • more inclusive ways of working to partner with more banks to support Bridgestone’s trade requirements
  • reduced operational efforts for Bridgestone’s banking relationships by deploying Mitigram’s certified SWIFT communications channel

During 2022 Mitigram confirmed its position as Europe’s most disruptive FinTech to accelerate the digitalisation of trade. Talking about recent developments, Milena Torciano, CEO of Mitigram said, “2022 saw Mitigram’s product range expand significantly with our new enterprise solution MitiManager, a fully centralised end-to-end transaction ledger designed specifically for trade. This disruptive new solution complements MitiSquare, the world’s largest marketplace for trade finance assets. Over the last year, MitiManager has seen rapid adoption and is being recognised as the most interoperable trade finance workflow execution solution in the market for Corporates. MitiSquare, meanwhile, has reached a new milestone having now exceeded USD 100 bio in cumulative transactional flows from more than 100 markets covering risks on over 1,000 issuing banks.”


Mitigram is a leading digital platform in global trade financing. Headquartered in Sweden, its solutions – which leverage Swift connectivity, APIs and fast-learning AI – digitise trade finance transactional records enabling full workflow management and the assessment of real-time risks, capacity, and pricing from partner banks. Today, Mitigram’s applications are used by over 300 multinational corporations, leading commodity traders and financial institutions.

The DNI Initiative has established the most specialised community of technology firms, financial institutions, corporates and additional stakeholders committed to digitise trade documents and negotiable instruments as per UNCITRAL MLETR-compatible laws.

Mitigram is a leading digital platform in global trade financing, headquartered in Sweden. Already used by over 200 multinational corporations, leading commodity traders and financial institutions, Mitigram enables the assessment of real-time risks, capacity and pricing from partner banks, while leveraging Swift connectivity, APIs and fast-learning AI to deliver the best possible financing access and execution, regardless of instrument, bank, format or channel.

Today’s trade finance is still surprisingly manual. Outdated email, with multiple attached spreadsheets fly around the world, chased up by numerous, time-consuming phone calls. In an interview with ‘Export Manager’, Milena Torciano, CEO of Mitigram, and Christian Zürcher, Sales Director at Mitigram, explain the platform that is part of the global journey in digitalizing trade finance.

Export Manager: Digital platforms are marketplaces that bring together supply and demand for standardised products. How have you managed to digitise trade finance?

Milena Torciano: Trade finance is a very complex area to digitise. It spans more than 100 markets with different legal systems, different regulatory frameworks, different cultures and different people. It is extremely difficult to find a common standard, common technology and infrastructure, and truly streamlined processes. We've come a long way in realizing our vision: we now have more than 200 leading multinationals, commodity traders and most of the world's largest trade finance banks using Mitigram.

Trade finance marketplace Mitigram has hired an executive director for financial institutions as it seeks to consolidate and grow its relationships with banks.

Simon de Monte has taken up the newly created role, based in London, after 16 years of various trade and wholesale banking roles at Bank ABC.

The company says it has some 75 financial institution groups registered on the platform and de Monte will be charged with increasing that number, helping oversee existing relationships, and co-ordinating the activities of local sales directors.

He will jointly report to chief executive Milena Torciano and to Joshua Cohen, the company’s managing director for financial institutions.

De Monte began his career at the London Forfaiting Company and had a short stint at ABN Amro, before joining Bank ABC’s parent company, the Arab Banking Corporation.

“We are delighted to have Simon joining the Mitigram team,” Torciano tells GTR.

“His customer-centric focus, keen interest in trade digitisation and depth of experience in trade and commodities finance make him an invaluable asset to our future growth.”

De Monte says he is “extremely excited to be joining the team at Mitigram to help maintain and grow its FI client member banks”.

“Digitalisation is key to the development of many aspects of trade and commodity finance in the future, and by joining Mitigram I look forward to playing a role in accelerating the pace of change, providing a much more seamless experience for all of the parties involved in international trade.”

Mitigram bills itself as the world’s largest trade finance marketplace and says it facilitates more than US$2.5bn-worth of transactions monthly.

"Globalization and digitization have transformed companies into digital enterprises, and new market opportunities and counterparties can potentially be found and exploited quickly, However, trade finance has not kept up." said Mitigram's CEO Milena Torciano in her recent interview with PYMNTS.

Read the full interview PYMNTS

With GTR returning to the Nordic region for its leading annual Trade Finance conference, Mitigram - born in the Nordics and today the world's premier global platform for funding and hedging trade risks - celebrated 5 years since its official launch.

Bolero International, the leading global trade finance digitisation expert, has announced an important new partnership with Mitigram, the premier online global platform for funding and hedging trade risk.

Stockholm-based fintech company Mitigram has revealed a new feature called Open Market Discovery on its marketplace. The tool enables corporates to build new relationships with financial institutions (FIs) to finance and cover exposures that their usual banks and insurers may not be able to service.

The Mitigram marketplace was first piloted in 2015 alongside some of Scandinavia's largest corporations and banks, and has since then grown to 200+ top registered corporates, traders and financial institutions.

Although business lending requires the aggregation of data from a multitude of sources, there is typically only one financial institution managing the process. Trade finance and the facilitation of trade transactions, however, require complex coordination between businesses, their service providers and their financial institutions to ensure that jobs are complete and goods are moved before any money changes hands.

Communication is key to any relationship, but when data and documents are shared via phone and email into proprietary systems, information can be locked behind silos instead of readily available to the business partners who need it.

According to Mitigram Chief Executive Officer Milena Torciano, this challenge is only getting harder thanks to heightening anti-money laundering (AML) and know your customer (KYC) requirements, as well as open banking and PSD2’s reach into the corporate banking sector.

At the world’s leading international treasury event, 22 technology firms pitched their solutions in a bid to win our Technology Innovation Award. They showcased their solutions from payments and FX to supply chain finance, trade, compliance and more, to see what emerging fintechs, banks and treasury suppliers are developing in response to the issues that plague corporate treasury the most.

We were delighted to announce Mitigram as the winner of the 2019 Technology Innovation Award in Copenhagen.

Mitigram has secured SEK 100 million in funding with lead investor Sampo plc, through its wholly owned subsidiary Mandatum Life, twelve months after its Series A funding round. Sampo plc is a listed, long-term owner of financial services assets, covering both traditional banks and insurance companies – the Group owns 21 per cent of Nordea – as well as technology platforms through its investments in Nordax and Saxo Bank.

We have interviewed Kerstin Cooley and Kaj Hed from MOOR, one of Mitigram’s main investors, so that they can tell you a little bit about themselves and why they are supporting Mitigram.

MOOR is a private investment company funded by serial entrepreneur Kaj Hed - former majority owner of Rovio, the creators of Angry Birds. MOOR was co-founded by, and is managed by Kerstin Cooley.

Hello, Kaj and Kerstin, could you tell us a bit about yourselves? How are you connected to fintech?

Kaj founded Trema, and over a decade, built it into an international leader in the treasury management system market. The product was used by treasury functions at global Fortune 500 companies, and adopted by numerous central banks. Trema was eventually acquired by Wall Street systems. Kerstin was also part of the Trema journey, working with strategic client implementations in multiple geographies. Later on, Kerstin worked with Hedge Funds and other structured products at SEB. Now, at MOOR, we both meet lots of exciting startup opportunities in the fintech space, and invest in a few select opportunities such as Mitigram.

What do you think are the main challenges faced by the corporate banking industry?

Digital disruption has the potential to deeply reposition the role of today’s banks, and we believe that those that embrace this disruption and embark on a digitization journey will have the potential to offer better, faster, cheaper services, making them an even more essential part of everyday life for their customers. If the existing banking players are to benefit from growth driven by new services and productivity, Openness, Collaboration and Investment are critical themes they need to address. Many banks only have a fragmented or opportunistic strategy for dealing with digital innovation. Certainly, legacy technology and the difficulty of deploying new technology fast and current skills and culture present a challenge. Most banks are minimally equipped for the digital age.

Do you see a need for a corporate banking marketplace? What would it look like?

We are strong believers in the transformative power of cloud/SAAS based delivery models where the focus is on delivering high quality user experience as well as rapid feature evolution and delivery. From the corporate banking perspective, we believe that a lot of value can be added by simplifying and speeding up the process of finding counter parties, price discovery, and transaction completion. Furthermore, we feel there is a big opportunity to increase transparency in the market, to the benefit of all parties, by providing all actors with structured, real-time market data. Today this is not available, due to the fact that transaction level data is currently isolated and stored locally in an unstructured manner in emails or excel sheets, making it impossible to aggregate market-level data.

Why do you believe in Mitigram?

As committed, early stage investors, we have a strong focus on the team quality. We are convinced about the Mitigram team’s ability to execute on their mission to build a company that adds digital value to existing corporate banking flows, such as in trade finance. An important team factor here is the ability to navigate and adapt to the needs of the market, as well as innovating and creating features that lead the market forward. At MOOR, we like teams focused on solving the needs of deep, global markets in specialised spaces, where there is an opportunity to build long term success stories.

If you had one piece of advice to give Mitigram, which one would it be?

Always to keep the spirit of thought leadership, and the vision that originally inspired the founders to embark on their journey to build the Mitigram offering.

Mitigram, the Stockholm-based fintech specialized in Trade Finance, is closing a SEK 50M (USD 5.8M) Series-A funding round with Swedish investors Johan Andersson (CEO of family-owned investment company Mellby Gård) and Fort Knox. Mitigram already has backing from serial entrepreneur and investor Kaj Hed (founder and significant owner of Rovio Entertainment, Angry Birds) via the venture capital fund, Moor Capital. Moor is also participating in this Series-A round.

Launched in 2015 and with over USD12bn trades facilitated to-date, Mitigram is the fastest growing platform for the global industry of trade finance, with users such as Exporters, Traders and Banks funding, hedging and distributing risks of international trade transactions. Mitigram has a number of Multi-National Corporations, global and regional banks as users, and was awarded EuroFinance Award for Technology Innovation Winner 2019.

The funding will be used to scale operations in Europe and Asia; advance the platform’s core technology; drive the development of its digital capabilities, analytics and visualizations; and further integrate networking features to deliver on our mission of connecting counterparties in global trade.

Speaking of the funding round, Milena Torciano (Mitigram CEO) commented “This is excellent news and an indication of the level of confidence our investors have in Mitigram. Our business is growing in volumes and across geographies, our team is expanding and the backing of strong, knowledgeable and long-term investors like Moor, Mellby Gård and Fort Knox will support us in meeting our goals.”


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