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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.
Improving the Availability of Trade Finance during Financial Crises
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.
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.
Inventory financing in supply chains: A logistics service provider-approach
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.
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.