SCF Forum Asia, to be held in Singapore on 23rd May, will take an in-depth look at how supplier finance is being used to help meet corporate sustainability targets.

Drawing on lessons from companies such as Levis and Puma, a special workshop session will bring together representatives from organisations such as the IFC, specialist consultancy BSR, BNP Paribas and others to create a roadmap to help drive greater environmental awareness in the supply chain.

The workshop is just one new element in the programme for the third annual SCF Forum Asia, which is sponsored by DBS, Taulia, Orbian and Kyriba. Corporate treasurers from companies such as Pfizer, Microsoft, Nestle, Rio Tinto and Isuzu have already registered to join their peers in procurement to find out what’s around the corner in the supply chain finance sector. More than 150 are expected to attend what will be the largest gathering of corporates in any supply chain finance event in the region.

SCF Forum Asia takes place on 23rd May at the Shaw Foundation Alumni House, National University of Singapore. SCF Briefing readers can benefit from a 10% discount on the standard ticket price by using this link or entering the code SCFB10 at checkout. For more information, visit