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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.
Reduceren van werkkapitaal: De operationele benadering
Uitleg van de CCC
AP Invoice Management in a Networked Economy
Accounts payable (AP) can drive enterprise value through two important avenues: lowering costs by increasing operational efficiency, and collaborating with trading partners to capture discount-based savings and improve supplier relationships.
Supply chain financing: using cash‐to‐cash variables to strengthen the supply chain
Reframing Accounts Payable — A Function in Need of More Than Botox
Factuurverwerking 2.0 – van operationele chaos naar lights out accounting
Collaborative working capital management in supply networks
Supply chain management is widely accepted as a means for companies to gain competitive advantage. While product and information flows have been widely covered in the literature, relatively little attention has been paid to the management of a supply chain’s finances.
Presentations SCF Forum 2015
The presentations from the third annual Supply Chain Finance Community Forum for which the authors gave permission to be shared. The event took place on 18th November 2015 at the spectacular Beurs van Berlage, the former commodities exchange in the heart of Amsterdam.
A Supply Chain-Oriented Approach of Working Capital Management
This article analyzes and illustrates the role of payment terms for working capital improvements in supply chains.