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Apr. 2014 - EBN

Supply Chain Finance: The New Electronics Battlefield

Globalization has raised the issue of global sourcing in every industry. As supply chains become more complex, the need for supply chain management intensifies. Pressures on working capital and long-term finance, as well as the need to reduce risk have led to a takeup of supply chain finance initiatives.

There are few financial structures that can trully be said to create a win-win for both parties, but supply chain finance brings significant advantages to both buyers and suppliers. Read this interesting blog post authored by Oliver Belin to find out how leading corporations in the electronics industry use suppplier fiance to become more competitive and improve supplier relationships. 

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Mar. 2014 - Trade and Forfaiting Review Magazine

To Boldly Go Where Working Capital Has Not Gone Before: Supply Chain Finance Roundtable

To boldly go forth into working capital management: TFR'ssupply chain finance panel agree a joined up approach is called for. Read this interesting panel discussion including Mauro Bonacina (BNY), Eugenio Cavenaghi (Barclays), Nihan Turgay (Garanti), Suresh Advani (GML Capital), Oliver Belin (PrimeRevenue, Inc.) and moderated by TFR's Clarissa Dann.  

Clarissa Dann: We have all seen how supply chain finance (SCF) is becoming a popular way to shift the burden of working capital management to the stronger party in the supply chain. How is this trend set to accelerate given the tightening capital adequacy regime?

Eugenio Cavenaghi: The investment-grade buyers have always been the strong party in the chain with better access to credit. So there is arbitrage between them and the supplier but an unintended effect of Basel III is that this arbitrage within certain segments of the supply chain has got even bigger.

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Mar. 2014 - CFO Magazine

Optimising Working Capital Performance

Dan Juliano, Vice President of Business Development at PrimeRevenue, says supply chain finance is not only about improving working capital but also reducing risk in the supply chain and improving relationships with trading partners.

During sound economic times, companies can rely on strong revenue streams and credit from financial institutions allowing them to fund their operations and investments. However, during difficult financial times, corporations must focus on finding internal sources of cash to finance their business. As a result, extracting liquidity through better working capital management has become an increasingly popular way of accomplishing this goal.

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“Sometimes we stare so long at a door that is closing that we see too late the one that is open” – Alexander Graham Bell There’s been a lot of Supply Chain Finance activity in the food & beverage space this year as we can now add them to the list of industries where SCF [...]

“I have never met a man so ignorant that I couldn’t learn something from him.” – Galileo Galilei A common theme I’ve seen in commentary on initiatives to extend payment terms is that it is unfair or unethical. Typical of these comments is a blog post from John Williams in Management Today. John and others aren’t [...]

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@OliverBelin is at the Treasury Management Association in NY speaking about #supplychainfinance
Thursday, April 17, 2014 via HootSuite

Better late than never, we had a great night on Monday sharing our industry and global presence with the @kennesawstate students.
Wednesday, April 16, 2014 via web

Great discussion yesterday about #supplychainfinance at the Buckeye financial forum
Tuesday, April 15, 2014 via HootSuite

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