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Fintech opportunities within modern supply chains
Fintech is on the rise. But what does that mean for large buyers? This report will give you practical examples of how new and innovative fintech startups can use insights and data triggers to improve and innovate their supply chain management practices. In the future, complex supply chain with difficult governance of information will rely more and more on new technologies for the integrated management of the goods, information and financial flows.
SCF Barometer 2017-2018
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 current position and awareness of SCF, implementation drivers and critical factors.
The 2017 and second edition reinforces our perception of growth as it provides yet more evidence that more and more businesses are coming to SCF and offering it to their suppliers for the first time. More and more businesses are taking SCF to the next level by switching to newer, more innovative offerings. They are demanding more of their SCF programmes–and SCF is rising to the challenge.
Involving financial service providers in supply chain finance practices: company needs and service requirements
Purpose The purpose of this paper is the analysis of reasons to involve financial service providers in the integrated management of supply chain flows through supply chain finance practices. In addition, service requirements are derived for FSPs in order to respond to company needs related to SCF practices.
Supply Chain Finance at Procter & Gamble
In April 2013, Procter & Gamble (P&G), the world’s largest consumer packaged goods (CPG) company, announced that it would extend its payment terms to suppliers by 30 days. At the same time, P&G announced a new supply chain financing (SCF) program giving suppliers the ability to receive discounted payments for their P&G receivables.
Gaining Insights into the Effects of Supply Chain Finance: the Supplier Perspective
Watch the Working Capital of Tier-Two Suppliers: A Financial Perspective of Supply Chain Collaboration in the Automotive
Purpose This paper aims to examine how lack of financial cooperation damages the operational efficiency of supply chains. The thesis is that economic and technological forces are provoking increasing financial tensions that push companies to transfer their credit needs and inventory requirements to their weakest suppliers.
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.
Supply chain for long-term sustainable growth
How corporate treasurers can use Financial Supply Chain programmes to enhance supply chain health while optimising working capital
Supply Chain Finance: gaining control in the face of uncertainty
Supply Chain Finance (SCF) is a topic that sits at the heart of the enterprise, with implications extending beyond finance out to every functional area. It is intimately tied to credit decisions, payments, and collection policies, and is impacted by decisions in finance, procurement, sales, supply chain, and more.
Supply Chain Finance for Corporates (SWIFT presentation)
Mitigating Supply Chain Risks by Evaluating Supplier Bankruptcy Probabilities Through Web Services and the Black-Scholes-Merton Model Mitigating Supply Chain Risks by Evaluating Supplier Bankruptcy Probabilities Through Web Services
Industry consolidation and globalization represents a challenge for procurement organizations who typically become either recipients of the acquired company’s supplier base or are directly responsible for this increase by securing new suppliers to meet the operational demands of a global supply chain.
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.
Joint logistics and financial services by a 3PL firm
Integrated logistics and financial services have been practiced by third party logistics (3PL) firms for years; however, the literature has been silent on the value of 3PL firms as credit providers in budget-constrained supply chains.
Innovation of Supply Chain Finance Model in Agricultural Engineering A Case Study of the Apples Wholesale Market in Qingyang, Gansu Province
The large-scale development of modern enterprises, especially modernization of agricultural engineering is inseparable from the support of the financial industry. Supply chain finance has a particularly important position in agricultural engineering.
Independence of Capacity Ordering and Financial Subsidies to Risky Suppliers
The risk of supply disruptions because of suppliers’ financial problems plays a prominent role in manufacturers’ risk portfolios. Even large suppliers (e.g., Delphi) couldfile for bankruptcy, andmanufactur ers’ actions, such as financial subsidies to suppliers, profoundly affect suppliers’ financial health.
Impediments to the Adoption of Reverse Factoring for Logistics Service Providers
In this chapter we discuss the main impediments to the adoption of reverse factoring (RF) by suppliers in the logistics services business. Although the usage of RF is ascending, empirical evidence on RF and its implementation, especially from the point of view of suppliers, is scarce.
Finanzwirtschaftliche Elemente in der Lieferkettensteuerung: erste Ueberlegungen zu einem Konzept des Supply Chain Finance
Traditional supply chain management focuses on both materials and infor- mation flow. However, considerable cost reductions can also be achieved through optimally designed financial flows within the supply chain.
Evaluation SCF course at LME ( ABS HAN ) and TCC game
Coherent Decision Making in Supply Chain Finance: a Learning Approach
The recent economic downturn generated financial instability in supply chains, contributing to the development of Supply Chain Finance (SCF), a mix of models and solutions aiming to optimize the financial performance of a supply chain exploiting integrated financial and supply chain decisions.
Analysis on supply chain finance accounts receivable financing mode game
Supply Chain Finance (SCF) evaluate the enterprise financing credit risk from the perspective of supply chain, and then solve the financing problem of small and medium enterprises.
Analysis of a Business Game as Learning Tool for financial supply chain management
In times of crisis optimizing the use of available resources becomes essential. This has found an useful ally in the Financial Supply Chain Management and Supply Chain Finance solutions that, especially recently, have had a strong spread.
Thorny roses: The motivations and economic consequences of holding equity stakes in financial institutions for China’s listed nonfinancial firms
The reforms of China’s financial system have significantly changed the country’s financial sector. One noteworthy phenomenon is that many nonfinancial firms have obtained equity stakes in financial institutions.
Study on Features of Logistics Finance of Supply Chain System and Pledge/Factoring Model
Logistics finance of supply chain system has the openness feature with nonlinear and complexity. The financing effect of supply chain system’s logistics/commercial banks can enhance its effectiveness and gain the appreciation of capital flow and the maximization of system’s financing amount.
Study of Vendor-Managed Inventory Practices in Indian Industries
Purpose – In the global economy, vendor-managed inventory (VMI) is gradually becoming an important element of supply chain management strategy of organizations. Recently, Indian industries, both large and small, have started adopting VMI for their supply chains.