As competition among supply chain finance providers heats up, industry leaders forecast more acquisitions and urge firms to explore new growth opportunities.
US start-up Billd has secured $60 million series A funding in debt and equity to support a new product that could change the way supply chains are financed in the construction industry.
Service provider C2FO wants to join forces with the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to improve the financial health of the airline industry's supply chains.
Rebecca Spong speaks to the bank’s Stefano Favale to find out how the partnership will help meet the needs of clients with international supply networks.
Britain's Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) tells SCF Briefing that persistent late payers must be ‘named and shamed’ to force action in the wake of Carillion.
Supply chain finance leaders warned that technology alone won’t make your supply chain finance programme a success - closer collaboration between all key parties is key.
The German brakes systems and rail equipment provider Knorr-Bremse is “still working on” the challenges of setting up some form of inventory finance programme, said Pietro Solazzo, corporate finance and treasury manager at the company, speaking at the SCF Forum in Amsterdam.
Improving working capital is a “huge focus” behind Dutch firm Royal DSM’s supply chain finance programme, said Sebastien Leroy, director, finance and control, group sourcing. The chemicals and plastics producer first established its programme in 2010 with just three suppliers and a spend of €150m. By 2017 it had 78 active suppliers covering a spend [...]