Is it time to Start Paying Some Suppliers Using Cryptocurrency?

Ripple, BTCCash, Bitcon, Etherium, the list goes on. Can it get any more confusing? With FOMO or fear of missing out, buying crypto wallets is […]

Phasing out Libor & Potential Impact on Supply Chain Finance Programs

The U.K. Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) announced in July that LIBOR will be phased out by year end 2021. According to a recent report by […]

Predicting Dilution is key for Invoice Finance Solutions

Trade Financing Matters welcomes this guest post from Sabeen Ahmed, COO  and Chief Credit Officer of Interface Finance Group There are few truisms left anymore […]

Samsung Creates 450M Supplier Financing Fund, I Think!

So did you hear the one about borrowing money for free to pay your own suppliers? That’s similar to the 9+ trillion in negative yielding bonds […]

The Haves and Have Nots for Finance

All I ever hear about is Gaps in Finance. This creates our haves and have nots.  There is: The SME funding gap – According to […]

Flexible Early Pay Funding Models Emerge for Corporate Treasurers

As companies start thinking about the different buyer-led techniques they have deployed to provide early pay relief to their supply base, they also need to […]

Are Logistic Companies Waking up to Trade Finance?

The logistics industry has a complex structure of players that enable products sourced globally to get to the last mile destination. There are freight forwarders, […]

Flexible Funding No longer an Option for Large Corporate Early Pay Platforms

Many large Corporates now run multiple early pay finance programs, doing a bit of dynamic discounting over here, pcards for some smaller suppliers, some supply […]