Can Lenders Learn from Google’s Artificial Intelligence Story

Real Time Loan Underwriting with Partial Data   At Lendit Fintech last month, Scott Penberthy, Director of applied Artificial Intelligence at Google gave a fascinating […]

Dude Where is Our Plane? OR Thinking About Government Involvement in Credit Insurance

In Canada, the Export Development of Canada is the primary export credit insurer for businesses, especially small businesses.  They recently developed an online product that […]

5 Important Things Businesses Overlook When Extending Credit

Trade Financing Matters welcomes this Guest Post from Matt Osborn, Senior Marketing Manager at Apruve, a Fintech company that is revolutionizing how businesses buy from […]

Carillion, Moodys and Accounting Transparency with Supply Chain Finance

Back in March, Moody’s came out with a note titled Carillion's collapse highlights shortcomings in the accounting for reverse factoring. Claiming the scale of the […]

What Finance Costs do Suppliers pay for Early Pay Finance?

Early pay options such as dynamic discounting, supply chain finance, and working capital platforms all offer a company a way to extinguish a receivable before […]

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 […]