Roadmap - Making Supply Chain Finance Work For Buyers, Suppliers And Intermediaries

Roadmap - Making Supply Chain Finance Work For Buyers, Suppliers And Intermediaries

Supply chain finance, otherwise known as reverse factoring or working capital financing, provides an alternative.

This Roadmap whitepaper, published in partnership with Greensill, 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.

  • Extended payment terms harm suppliers, and force them to invest in working capital, not innovation or productivity improvements

  • The solution: supply chain finance - otherwise known as reverse factoring or working capital financing

  • Collateralised supply chain finance is attractive to institutional investors

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