We are delighted to present an in-depth research review of progress in the international supply chain finance market, featuring expert analysis by Phillip Kerle, CEO of Demica.
Techniques such as supply chain financing are becoming an important complement to traditional trade finance instruments in Latin America and other emerging markets.
A number of different trends and influences are defining the way in which supply chain finance is developing within Latin America = and these do not necessarily mirror the trends in Europe and the US.
We look at how the BPO is used in practice - and how companies can build a business case to adopt this new trade instrument.
Corporate banking products are now capable of supporting a wide spectrum of activities - but these are not always combined into appropriate solutions that are aligned with a customer's financial supply chain.
What is the effect of the rising role of distributor finance programmes in enabling downstream business in international supply chains? Phillip Kerle has the answers.
In today's uniquely risk-laden global conditions, how can we strengthen the essentially trust-based advantages of Open Account trading? As UK corporates seek to streamline their financial supply chain, this is an increasingly pertinent question.