Companies that wish to implement Supply Chain Finance solutions often struggle to clearly identify their costs and benefits. What are the total costs of a solution, both explicit and hidden? And what are its potential benefits for the various parties involved? How can a company choose the most suited solution to its specific needs?
As a result of increased globalization, enhanced competition and rising customer expectations, today’s businesses face more complexity and uncertainty than ever before.
In the modern Supply Chain Finance landscape, Reverse Factoring is one of the most consolidated business model for working capital financing. However, accounting treatment of Reverse Factoring might affect the balance sheet of large corporate, with disruptive consequences for the programme as a whole.