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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.
The Handbook of Integrated Risk Management in Global Supply Chains
The paper reviews how buyers and sellers can work together to lower costs and create efficiencies in their financial supply chain.
Supplier Segmentation – The Tool for Differentiation and Results
Researchers’ Perspectives on Supply Chain Risk Management
Supply chain risk management (SCRM) is a nascent area emerging from a growing appreciation for supply chain risk by practitioners and by researchers. However, there is diverse perception of research in supply chain risk because these researchers have approached this area from different domains.
Long-Term Contracts Under the Threat of Supplier Default
Contracting with suppliers prone to default is an increasingly common problem in some industries, particularly automotive manufacturing. We model this phenomenon as a two-period contracting game with two identical suppliers, a single buyer, deterministic demand, and uncertain production costs.
Supply Disruptions, Asymmetric Information, and a Backup Production Option
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.
Impact of Uncertainty and Risk Aversion on Price and Order Quantity in the Newsvendor Problem
We consider a single-period inventory model in which a risk-averse retailer faces uncertain customer demand and makes a purchasing-order-quantity and a selling-price decision with the objective of maximizing expected utility.
A Credit Risk Assessment Model Based on SVM for Small and Medium Enterprises in Supply Chain Finance
Supply chain finance (SCF) is a series of financial solutions provided by financial institutions to suppliers and customers facing demands on their working capital. As a systematic arrangement, SCF utilizes the authenticity of the trade between (SMEs) and their “counterparties”, which are usually the leading enterprises in their supply chains.
Towards the Circular Economy: Opportunities for the consumer goods sector
The Foundation has turned its focus to ‘fast-moving’ consumer goods, products that typically have a lower unit cost, are bought more often, and have a much shorter service life than durable goods.
Towards the Circular Economy: Economy and business rationale for accelerated transition
Activities over the past several years, however, clearly show that CE is emerging as an eco- nomic strategy rather than a purely environmental strategy.
Towards the Circular Economy: Accelerating the scale-up across global supply chains
Business leaders and governments alike acknowledge that continued wealth generation requires a new industrial model that is less dependent on primary energy and materials inputs.
Supply chain coordination with insurance contract
We propose an insurance contract under which the supplier shares the risk of overstock and understock with the retailer, improving the efficiency of the supply chain with a newsvendor-type product.
Risk Management of Supply and Cash Flows in Supply Chains
Risk management has become an essential issue in supply chain management, from the modeling of the decision maker’s risk preference, and the studies on uncertain elements such as demand, supply, price, lead time, etc., to the consideration of more practical background including cash flow constraints, inventory financing and delayed cash payment.
Project Finance in Theory and Practice – Designing, Structuring, and Financing Private and Public Projects
This book presents comprehensive coverage of project finance in Europe and North America. The Second Edition features two new case studies, all new pedagogical supplements including end-of-chapter questions and answers, and insights into the recent market downturn.
Managing Supply Chain Risk
“Supply Chain Risk Management is an issue that many companies face and yet few companies know how to deal with it in a systematic and pragmatic manner. While avoiding and reducing supply chain risks are certainly preferable, developing ways to restore and stabilize supply chain operations rapidly after a major disruption is critical for managing global supply chains”.
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?
‘Dieper de keten in’- Supply chain finance: samenwerken met geld
An Insurance Model for the Protection of Corporations against the Bankruptcy of Suppliers
Many banks provide supply-chain finance solutions that might include insurance services that further mitigate trade risk such as the default of suppliers.
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.
Supply Chain Finance : Key Issues and Future Vision
Sourcing from LCCs has boosted global trade worldwide over the past decade with a significant shift in manufacturing towards Eastern Europe and Asia