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Supply Chain Finance Barometer 2018/2019
The SCF Barometer is a joint initiative of the Supply Chain Finance Community and PwC. It is a survey aimed at mid to large corporate that investigate the status of the SCF market. The 2018-2019 edition provides an extremely useful ‘snapshot’ based on those actually planning or operating SCF programmes enabling us to reflect where the Supply Chain Finance industry has come from, its current reality and highlights the factors, which will influence and shape the industry’s future direction.
Fintech opportunities within modern supply chains
Fintech is on the rise. But what does that mean for large buyers? This report will give you practical examples of how new and innovative fintech startups can use insights and data triggers to improve and innovate their supply chain management practices. In the future, complex supply chain with difficult governance of information will rely more and more on new technologies for the integrated management of the goods, information and financial flows.
SCF Barometer 2016
This Report is based on a joined research by PWC and Supply Chain Finance Community to provide insight in the current adoption of Supply Chain Finance, it’s main drivers and perceived succcess/bottlenecks.
Supply Chain Finance: gaining control in the face of uncertainty
Supply Chain Finance (SCF) is a topic that sits at the heart of the enterprise, with implications extending beyond finance out to every functional area. It is intimately tied to credit decisions, payments, and collection policies, and is impacted by decisions in finance, procurement, sales, supply chain, and more.
Profits with purpose: How organizing for sustainability can benefit the bottom line
Financieringsmonitor 2015-2 – Onderzoek naar de financiering van het Nederlandse bedrijfsleven
A study of the business case for supply chain finance
This report is aimed at CFOs and FDs considering the business case for supply chain finance. It provides a checklist of costs, risks and complications to be considered, and a breakdown of how the benefits from such facilities are distributed.