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Supply Chain Finance in China: data and cases to understand this market

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China, like many other countries in the world, faces its own problems in financing SMEs. For this reason, the country has developed a sophisticated, technology-based SCF industry that is growing rapidly and providing some of the most interesting cases worldwide. In this exclusive SCF Community volume you can find statistics, facts and information on the SCF market in China, as well as some of the most innovative best practices.

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Blockchain-enabled SCF solutions for Logistics Service Providers

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The paper provides a brief introduction to blockchain technology (BCT) and a forward-looking approach on how blockchain and smart contracts can be applied to existing Supply Chain Finance (SCF) solutions – inventory financing and status based receivabel financing – in order to promote the use of SCF offered by Logistics Service Providers (LSPs). Practitioners, especially in the LSP sector, can find relevant information with regard to the promising potential of BCT for SCF.

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Third party logistics providers and financial value-added services: Good governance practices

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Logistics service providers (LSPs) have included financial value-added services (FVAS) into their offering portfolio in order to become a single point of contact solution for their clients, be able to exhaust possible profits, and draw on their inherent process knowledge. Despite the wide application in practice, little research has been conducted with regard to the governance of LSPs offering FVAS. The aim of the Knowledge Series at hand is to explore the external governance with regard to these services from an LSP’s perspective.

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Costs and benefits of SCF solutions

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Companies that wish to implement Supply Chain Finance solutions often struggle to clearly identify their costs and benefits. What are the total costs of a solution, both explicit and hidden? And what are its potential benefits for the various parties involved? How can a company choose the most suited solution to its specific needs?

 

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Supply Chain Finance and its Accounting Treatment

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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.

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