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Oliver Belin
May 2015 - Marcus Evans Chief Financial Officer Summit

Ensuring a Successful Financial Supply Chain

What is the definition of a successful financial supply chain and how can CFOs better manage and improve working capital? Oliver Belin, Vice President, Receivables Finance, explains how leading businesses use multi-funder supply chain finance solutions to keep their working capital working.(more…)

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April 2015 - Trade Finance Matters

Give me my Share of Wallet, Bankers Cry

In a connected commerce world, what valuable solutions are leading organizations providing that banks do not offer? What role are these non banks playing in the market? Co-founder of Trade Financing Matters, David Gustin, outlines how FinTech organizations like PrimeRevenue are changing the game and remaking the way we all do our financial business.(more…)

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BCR Publishing
April 2015 - 2015 Receivables Finance Technology Guide - BCR Publishing

New Technology Platforms Providing Multi-Funding Structures in Receivable Finance

The receivables market has been in place for a long time, but, with the introduction of new multi-funding platforms by independent providers, the market takes a fresh look at such solutions allowing new financing opportunities for non-bank funders and sellers to improve their working capital. Besieged by tight credit conditions, companies recognize that receivables financing can provide efficient and competitive funding at low costs. 

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Atlanta Business Chronicle
April 2015 - Atlanta Business Chronicle

PrimeRevenue rings up $80M in funding, plans to add 100 jobs

Atlanta-based PrimeRevenue Inc. has raised $80 million in a financing round led by private equity firm BBH Capital Partners. The supply chain finance firm plans to add about 100 jobs in the next several months.Created in 2003, PrimeRevenue enables suppliers of global Fortune 1000 companies, such as Volvo, Lowe’s Companies Inc. (NYSE: LOW) and Whirlpool Corp. (NYSE: WHR), to get paid faster, freeing up cash flow to make payroll and invest back into the business.Suppliers typically get paid more than 60 days and in some industries it’s not unusual for it to be 180 days, PrimeRevenue CEO Paul Bain said.

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  • March 2015

    Atlanta, GA, March 3, 2015 – Oliver Belin, Vice President, Receivables Finance at PrimeRevenue,......Read More

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