Gold goes to Metso in 2017 Supply Chain Finance Awards

Metso Corporation wins top award at 2017 Supply Chain Finance Awards which recognised innovators and named Robert Barnes SCF Leader of the Year.

Key highlights and case studies of SCF Forum 2017

The fifth annual Supply Chain Finance Forum is now over with innovation being a key watchword. Read the highlights and case studies here.

  • Michiel Steeman

Viewpoint: Growth and change are this year’s SCF brushstrokes

The latest SCF Barometer supports our experience that supply chain finance is growing and changing - an indicator of how it and the profession are maturing.

Viewpoint: The delusion of extending payment terms

Corporates that extend their payment terms to suppliers without offering a supply chain finance facility will eventually pay the price, says Prof Lisa Ellram.

  • Taulia CEO Cedric Bru

Exclusive interview: How $20m helps Taulia focus its mind on A.I.

Taulia CEO Cedric Bru says how recent equity issues have brought in strategic investors and funded the development of an artificial intelligence product.

Data, regulations and education: Pillars of working capital strategy

A discussion of the challenges with data and benchmarking, new UK rules, implementing SCF and the findings of the latest Lloyds Bank Working Capital Index.

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Unpaid supplier bills “may go back months” as Carillion fails

Debt-laden construction firm criticised for supplier payments goes into liquidation after rescue efforts fail. Unpaid supplier bills may go back months.

Gold goes to Metso in 2017 Supply Chain Finance Awards

Metso Corporation wins top award at 2017 Supply Chain Finance Awards which recognised innovators and named Robert Barnes SCF Leader of the Year.

Asian Development Bank and Deutsche do SCF for Landmark

Banks unveil partnership to offer supply chain finance to SME suppliers of Middle East retailer Landmark Group, headquartered in the UAE.

WPP accused of payments delay, breaching Prompt Payment Code

Advertising giant WPP tells employees to delay payments to suppliers until the New Year, breaching terms of the Payment Code it's signed up to.

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