How Basel III regulations impact supply chain finance


The Impact of Basel III in Supply Chain Finance

How Basel III regulations impact supply chain finance

At a time when the global supply chain finance market is growing rapidly, new regulations for banks under Basel III draw the attention of various stakeholders in supplier financing. It’s not only banks that are keen to take note......Read More

SupplierPay Initiative

A Quick Guide to SupplierPay: How to Implement a Mutually Beneficial Financing Solution for Buyers and their Small Business Suppliers

What is SupplierPay? In July 2014, the White House announced the SupplierPay initiative. Twenty-six private sector companies have already signed the pledge and committed to speed payments to their small business suppliers. Faster payments will help small business owners......Read More

The food and beverage industry is hingry for more working capital

Working capital: food for thought for the food and beverage industry

Hungry for more working capital?  A wave of significant change is moving through the food and beverage industry redefining the way companies grow, operate, and manage risks. Increased commodity prices, adjustments in consumer demand and food safety regulations have......Read More

Asian-Pacific businesses

Why businesses across Asia-Pacific are Turning to Working Capital Finance

Globalization has further increased the opportunity for inter-regional growth in Asia- Pacific’s emerging regional markets. These flows are creating new trade channels in the region where they did not exist before. As supply chains continue to fragment and proliferate,......Read More

Mining trucks

Supply chain finance gains momentum in the mining industry

Metals and mining companies have been facing turbulent market conditions over the past few years.  Declining commodity prices, increased international competition, spiking energy costs, and productivity falls have changed the industry. As traditional approaches such as drawing down inventories......Read More