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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 2017-2018
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 current position and awareness of SCF, implementation drivers and critical factors.
The 2017 and second edition reinforces our perception of growth as it provides yet more evidence that more and more businesses are coming to SCF and offering it to their suppliers for the first time. More and more businesses are taking SCF to the next level by switching to newer, more innovative offerings. They are demanding more of their SCF programmes–and SCF is rising to the challenge.
Supply Chain Finance at Procter & Gamble
In April 2013, Procter & Gamble (P&G), the world’s largest consumer packaged goods (CPG) company, announced that it would extend its payment terms to suppliers by 30 days. At the same time, P&G announced a new supply chain financing (SCF) program giving suppliers the ability to receive discounted payments for their P&G receivables.
Presentations SCF Forum 2016
Abstract: The 4th annual Supply Chain Finance Forum was a great success. In this document you will find the presentations for which the authors gave permission to share. The 2016 speaker line up brought together the leading experts in supply chain finance from both the corporate and the vendor worlds.
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.
Trade credit versus bank credit: Evidence from corporate inventory financing
In this study, I introduce capital market imperfections into a structure framework of inventory investments and investigate impacts of trade credit on firms’ inventory dynamics and analyze the relationship between trade credit and bank loans.
Study of Vendor-Managed Inventory Practices in Indian Industries
Purpose – In the global economy, vendor-managed inventory (VMI) is gradually becoming an important element of supply chain management strategy of organizations. Recently, Indian industries, both large and small, have started adopting VMI for their supply chains.
Reducing the Probability of Bankruptcy Through Supply Chain Coordination
With the increasing interdependence among supply chain members, bankruptcy of a supply chain member may cause other member firms to get into financial difficulties. This paper investigates the methods for reducing the probability of bankruptcy through supply chain coordination.
Future-Flow Securitization Rating Methodology
In a future-flow securitization, a company issues a debt instrument whose repayment of principal and interest to investors is secured by payments on future receivables the company expects to generate through its normal course of operation. The typical future-flow originator of the receivables has been an operationally strong company domiciled in an emerging market country.
A Credit Risk Assessment Model Based on SVM for Small and Medium Enterprises in Supply Chain Finance
Supply chain finance (SCF) is a series of financial solutions provided by financial institutions to suppliers and customers facing demands on their working capital. As a systematic arrangement, SCF utilizes the authenticity of the trade between (SMEs) and their “counterparties”, which are usually the leading enterprises in their supply chains.
Financing the End-to-end Supply Chain
This book provides a detailed introduction to the emerging field of supply chain finance; demonstrating the importance of the strategic relationship between supply chain and financial communities within an organization.
The Role of Treasury in Working Capital – A pan-European survey
Sustaining Global Growth – Post-Crisis Trends in Supply Chain Finance
Supply Chain Finance, its Practical Relevance and Strategic Value
As a result of increased globalization, enhanced competition and rising customer expectations, to -day’s businesses face more complexity and uncertainty than ever before.