The future of supply chain finance platforms

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14 January 2010


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  • My thought is "There is a growing corporate demand for financially efficient supply chains, with companies and their suppliers under conflicting pressures to improve payment terms, reduce prices and improve cash flow efficiencies.Supply chain finance (a form of asset based lending and reverse factoring) solutions aim to improve the financial efficiency of the supply chain, resulting in both suppliers and buyers enjoying a substantial reduction in working capital through the supplier finance/vendor finance programme"