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B2B Fintech: Payments, Supply Chain Finance & E-invoicing Guide 2017

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A new guide produced by The Paypers explores the evolving world of transaction banking, B2B payments, supply chain finance & e-invoicing market. The 2017 edition is endorsed by Innopay, an independent consulting firm, and the Supply Chain Finance Community, a not-for-profit group for all those involved in supply chains. This Guide, carefully created by The Paypers, puts together the most recent and relevant information in transaction banking, payments & finance, so make sure you download your complimentary copy!

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AP Invoice Management in a Networked Economy

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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.

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Trade credit versus bank credit: Evidence from corporate inventory financing

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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.

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Supply Disruptions, Asymmetric Information, and a Backup Production Option

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We study a manufacturer that faces a supplier privileged with private information about supply disruptions. We investigate how risk-management strategies of the manufacturer change and examine whether risk-management tools are more or less valuable in the presence of such asymmetric information.

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Reducing the Probability of Bankruptcy Through Supply Chain Coordination

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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.

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Improving the Availability of Trade Finance during Financial Crises

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An analysis of the implications of recent financial crises affecting emerging economies in the 1990’s points to the failure by private markets and other relevant institutions to meet the demand for cross-border and domestic short-term trade-finance in such periods, thereby affecting, in some countries and for certain periods, imports and exports to a point of stoppage.

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Future-Flow Securitization Rating Methodology

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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.

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E-Invoicing, Supply Chain Finance & E-Billing Market Guide 2014

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The 2014 E-invoicing, Supply Chain Finance & E-billing Market Guide focuses on the global e-invoicing ecosystem with its continuously evolving role in the increasingly interconnected business processes.

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Analyzing Innovative Model of the Small and Medium Enterprise Financing: Supply Chain Financing

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The Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in the national economy play an irreplaceable role in solving the employment and achieving social stability. The credit is discriminative and the financing is difficult.

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A Theory of Domestic and International Trade Finance

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This paper provides a theory model of trade finance to explain the “great trade collapse” The model shows that, first, the riskiness of international transactions rises relative to domestic transactions during economic downturns, and second, the exclusive use of a letter of credit in international transactions exacerbates a collapse in trade during a financial crisis.

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The Supply Chain Finance Scheme: Hit or miss ?

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John Antunes looks at whether this scheme can deliver the "win-win" results that the government has promised.

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The Cash Flow Advantages of Supply Chain Orchestrators

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With the increasingly open global economy and advanced technologies, companies have emerged as supply chain orchestrators, linking buying firms’ needs with dispersed manufacturers worldwide.

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Oorzaken Van Betalingsachterstanden Bij Nederlandse Gemeenten In 2009 En 2010

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Al enige tijd staat het betalingsgedrag van Nederlandse overheden ter discussie. Vooral gemeenten worden in dit verband vaak genoemd als notoire wanbetalers.

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Presentations SCF Forum 2015

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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.

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