• SABIC's Netherlands office

How SABIC persuaded its doubters to support SCF

When Eric Woons, global head of cash management at SABIC, first raised the idea of setting up a supply chain finance programme he met with some resistance.

Samsung and Port of Rotterdam launch blockchain shipping pilot

The Port of Rotterdam and Samsung have joined forces to launch a pilot aimed at replacing paper shipping and finance documentation with blockchain technology.

  • Amit Agarwal, DBS

Why bank-fintech partnerships are gaining traction for Asian SCF

SCF Briefing spoke to Amit Agarwal, head of open account trade products at DBS Bank, about the growing interest in supplier finance in Asia and how banks should react.

Global flavour to Supply Chain Finance Awards 2018 shortlist

A South African pharmacy chain, a Swedish retailer and a U.S. manufacturer are among the shortlisted companies for the 2018 SCF Awards, sponsored by ING.

  • Michiel Steeman

Unlocking the black box: A conversation with Fitch Ratings

Michiel Steeman speaks to Alex Griffiths of Fitch Ratings, discussing his recent report on SCF and whether reverse factoring is a positive or negative development.

  • cost benefit

Comparing the costs and benefits of Supply Chain Finance schemes

Cost is the main barrier to the widespread adoption of more advanced supplier finance techniques, according to a study by The Supply Chain Finance Community.

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Royal DSM to share working capital insight in Amsterdam

Royal DSM has become the latest corporation to join the line-up at SCF Forum Europe. Sébastien Leroy, global process lead, commercial control, will join the morning session.

PrimeRevenue ties up with BankUnited for funding

PrimeRevenue has added BankUnited to its roster of funding partners as it seeks to grow and diversify sources of funding for its supply chain finance programmes.

Lewis Mitchell quits Oxygen for Taulia

Lewis Mitchell, former European head of business development for UK SCF provider Oxygen, has joined Taulia as its new head of public sector practice.

Tencent to build blockchain supply chain finance service

Tencent Financial Technology plans to build a blockchain-based supply chain finance service platform, according to a report in China Daily.

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