Supply chain finance is becoming more than just a ‘solution’ as the market responds to the changing environmental and social pressures we face today.
SCF providers are exploring the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) technology, with some arguing it is a tool capable of taking the market to the next level.
A new report from the SCF Academy looks at differences in how SCF is developing in China and how the country is setting benchmarks in terms of innovation.
Supply chain finance providers are exploring how blockchain-enabled platforms can take SCF beyond direct suppliers and into deeper tiers of buyers' complex supply networks.
The shortist for the 2019 Supply Chain Finance Awards has been announced, ahead of the presentation ceremony at SCF Forum Europe in Amsterdam on 28th November.
A letter from the big four accountants brings years of uncertainty to a head and may, finally, usher in clearer guidance for supplier finance users and providers.
Ilkim Saracel, treasury manager at Flex, the global supply chain and manufacturing company, tells SCF Briefing that making a positive impact is her driving motivation.
Sportswear company Puma is to expand its sustainability-linked supplier finance programme to tackle the environmental impact of the clothing industry.