Roadmap - Making Supply Chain Finance Work For Buyers, Suppliers And Intermediariesby Greensill
Supply chain finance, otherwise known as reverse factoring or working capital financing, provides an alternative. This Roadmap whitepaper explores what it is, how it works, the barriers that stand in the way and reveals why institutional investors increasingly consider suppliers’ invoices to be an attractive investment opportunity.
Time to Pay: The Biggest Issue for Small Suppliersby Greensill
Learn in our latest whitepaper how Greensill is addressing the biggest issue for small suppliers.
CPO Challenger: Driving positive growthby Greensill
The Covid-19 crisis has forced companies to reassess the criticality of their suppliers and how they use finance. During this session, hosted by Greensill, leading CPOs discussed the implications for their businesses
React and respond: An enabling force for positive socioeconomic changeby Greensill
The modern procurement function, working closely with finance and treasury, has the potential to facilitate the delivery of financially sustainable customer services that provide positive socioeconomic outcomes. Discover insights from a panel of experts who discussed this topic during a session, hosted by Greensill, during Procurement Leaders' World Procurement Congress Virtual, that explored the steps procurement teams are taking to use finance to deliver social benefits.
Roadmap: Supporting Suppliers through Economic Adversityby Greensill
This Roadmap white paper, in partnership with Greensill, provides insights that will help CPOs support their suppliers through economic adversity.
Insights from the ecosystem: From cost reduction to influential business partnerby Greensill
Procurement chiefs must look beyond the current Covid-19 crisis and prepare strategies to mitigate the impact of an inflationary storm that will hit global businesses next year, Bart Ras, MD at working capital provider Greensill Capital has warned.
Cultivate an enterprising supply chain in adverse conditionsby Greensill
This webinar will help you learn how to identify the right opportunities to support suppliers, unlock the potential of partnerships with suppliers, as well as helping them weather the storm.
Fair Finance in Latin Americaby Greensill
Credit for Latin American SMEs dried up when Covid-19 struck but a new Greensill partnership aims to unlock $750 billion of working capital
Revolutionising Pay Dayby Greensill
New technology developed by Greensill, a leading provider of working capital finance, is tackling head on the problem of waiting to be paid.
Doctors Go Digitalby Greensill
The new partnership is between Earnd whose on-demand pay model is revolutionising the way wages are paid – and Locum’s Nest, whose innovative cloud-based platform enables NHS Trusts to anticipate and cover staff shortages more efficiently. It allows them to draw on medical staff across NHS staff banks rather than relying on costly agencies to provide locum cover.
Spotlight on Suppliersby Greensill
Greensill founder and CEO Lex Greensill understands the difference a steady stream of reliable working capital can make to a small business.
The Future of Supply Chain Financeby Greensill
As consumer behaviour changes, so financing needs to evolve. Already technology is changing how businesses manage their inventories.
Drive to Survive: Funding the Automotive Futureby Greensill
Covid-19 and regulatory pressure present incredible challenges for the automotive industry, but investments in the future of transportation offer a path forward. Learn how Greensill is helping to fund the automotive future.
Changing Finance to Change the Worldby Greensill
More than $55 trillion of cash is locked up in working capital around the world at any one time in what is perhaps one of the greatest inefficiencies in business today
Working Capital Finance as an Asset Classby Greensill
The working capital finance revolution has created a game changing proposition for investors seeking a valuable alternative to money market funds and other short-term liquidity vehicles.
Financing the Future of 5Gby Greensill
The total bill for the 5G roll out throughout the global supply chain is likely to top $2.7 trillion by the end of 2020 alone, according to the most recent analysis of 5G spending by Greensill.