Payable Finance Myths & the Digital Age -Top Priorities of Major Providers

During the Lendit Fintech USA conference that I spoke at last week on digital supply chain finance lending, the attendees biggest interest was in two […]

Banks Need to Improve Predictive Analytics for Supply Chain Finance Programs

Dickie Greenleaf: Everyone should have one talent. What’s yours? Tom Ripley: Forging signatures, telling lies … impersonating practically anybody. Dickie Greenleaf: That’s three. Nobody should […]

Busting Payable Finance Myths – Why So Few Suppliers are Reached

Up until about 2010, companies had few options to pay suppliers early.  In fact, if you were not a large, investment grade corporate that could […]

Is Digital Finance Impacting Global Factoring Volumes (Yet)?

Factors Chain International (“FCI”) collects data from its members via surveys to estimate factoring volumes.  According to FCI, members account for 62% of global factoring […]

Will PSD2 Open up New B2B Lending Opportunities?

For those that aren’t aware of the Payment Services Directive 2 (PSD2) its a new EU directive that enables a bank’s customers, both consumers and […]

Why Bank Originated Supply Chain Finance is Like the 1% Movement (and will it change?)

When it comes to supply chain finance (“SCF”) as many know, the supplier onboarding process for bank originated SCF programs is worse than a root […]

How Satellite Data could help Trade Finance & Collateral Tracking

There are over 1 terabytes of photographs taken every day by satellites.  This amount of pixels is staggering, and there is much money that is […]

Using Supply Chain Finance as a Risk Management Tool

Think about if for a minute. Why would a company want to take early pay finance offers from its own Customers.  There could be a […]