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Supply Chain Finance and its Accounting Treatment
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.
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.
The effects of an integrative supply chain strategy on customer service and financial performance: An analysis of direct versus indirect relationships
This study examines the performance implications of an integrated supply chain strategy, with customer service performance followed by financial performance as performance constructs.
Supply chain integration and performance: a review of the evidence
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to analyse papers studying the link between supply chain integration (SCI) and performance, and to discuss reported empirical evidence relating to this fundamental question for logistics and supply chain management.
Analysis of a Business Game as Learning Tool for financial supply chain management
In times of crisis optimizing the use of available resources becomes essential. This has found an useful ally in the Financial Supply Chain Management and Supply Chain Finance solutions that, especially recently, have had a strong spread.
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.
Trade credit for supply chain coordination
Trade-credit is a seller’s short-term loan to the buyer, allowing the buyer to delay payment of an invoice. It has been the largest source of working capital for a majority of business-to-business firms in the United States.
The Value of Synergy
Many acquisitions and some large strategic investments are often justified with the argument that they will create synergy. In this paper, we consider the various sources of synergy and categorize them into operating and financial synergies.
The Impact of Supply Chain Finance on Corporate Performance : Improving Supply Chain Efficiency and Increasing Profitability
The thesis studies the application of supply chain finance (SCF) in supply chain management. The SCF is also called supplier finance, and mainly it is used to deal with the financial issues in supply-side value chain management.
Supply chain financing: using cash‐to‐cash variables to strengthen the supply chain
Supply chain collaborative strategies: a complete dyadic valuation approach
This conceptual paper presents a dyadic valuation model for supply-chain collaborative solutions, centered on a synergistic approach which encompasses both operational and financial synergies.
Optimal Payment Scheme When Supplier’s Quality Level and Cost Are Unknown
Operations and Finance Interactions
This paper, based on my remarks at the 2013 MSOM Distinguished Fellow Award ceremony, describes my views on the interface between operations and finance and the lessons that each field can gain from considering their interactions.
Natural hedging as a risk prophylaxis and supplier financing instrument in automotive supply chains
Abstract Purpose — Supply chain risks significantly endanger small and medium-sized enterprise (SME-) suppliers in different currency areas in purchasing and sales.
Measures for Strenthening Internal Financing Power from a Supply Chain Viewpoint
Interrelating operational and financial performance measurements in inventory control
Financial supply chain management and working capital management are increasingly receiving attention as important avenues to increase profitability in supply chains. By actively managing payment terms and working capital requirements, managers can influence financial performance and achieve significant cost savings.
Integration of Finance and Supply Chain: Emerging Frontier in Growing Economies
Financing is necessary for investments in new production processes, in new production equipment, in new innovative products, and for expansion in new markets. Firms operating under cash constraints may not be able to order or produce optimally.
Focusing the financial flow of supply chains: An empirical investigation of financial supply chain management
Abstract The objective of this paper is to establish a theoretical foundation for financial supply chain management (FSCM) in order to strengthen managerial decisions concerning financial flows in supply chains. Although such decisions are made frequently and partial aspects of FSCM are already understood in business practice, empirical knowledge about FSCM is in its early stages.
In dit onderzoek is een antwoord verkregen op de vraag: op welke wijze kan Thales Nederland inzicht krijgen in de financiële gezondheid van leveranciers, zodat inkopers met deze gegevens adequaat kunnen anticiperen op dreigende risico’s?
Financial Supply Chain
Commercial transactions result in exchange of goods. The reconciliation, however, takes place through transfer of money between the banks of buyer and seller. This process creates delays and leads to sub-optimization of the supply chain network.