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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.
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.
The Research on Modes and Application of Inventory Financing
Inventory financing, as a new financial derivative, has boarded the stage of history for many years to solve the problem of “difficult financing “of minor enterprises. Although there are many deficiencies about inventory financing in normalization and multiformity, it solves, to a certain degree, the problem.
Commodity Trade Finance
Commodity trade finance is a financingmethod for commodity producers and commodity traders (e.g. crude oil, natural gas, steamand coking coal, steel and steel products, non-ferrousmetals, cotton, chemical substances, fertilisers, paper, etc.).
How inventory is (should be) financed: Trade credit in supply chains with demand uncertainty and costs of financial distress
As an integrated part of a supply contract, trade credit has intrinsic connections with supply chain contracting and inventory management. Using a model that explicitly captures the interaction of firms’ operations decisions and financial risks, this paper attempts to develop a deeper understanding of trade credit from an operational perspective.