B2B Marketplaces have not Cracked the Code on Finance


Quite simply, B2B Marketplace sell products or services between businesses through the internet via an online sales portal.  Amazon and Alibaba B2B Marketplaces are the […]

12 Risks to Manage when Financing Domestic Trade Receivables


In this day where new forms of factoring and receivable finance are the rage, it’s a good reminder to assess just what can go wrong […]

So we are now 3.57 Degrees of Separation – What does this mean for trade finance?

Trade Financing Matters welcomes this Guest Post by James Sinclair at Trade Finance Global, reporting on why connecting global supply chain finance and trade finance […]

Purchase Order Finance Kicks into High Gear


You’ve heard the question many times before on Shark Tank. Do you have a confirmed Purchase Order? With Home Depot?  Walmart?  Best Buy?   Boyeah!  Thats […]

China Trade Finance 2016: A closer look at the trends and issues shaping the market


TFM welcomes this guest post from Zennon Kapron, head of KapronAsia, which provides banking, capital markets, payments and cryptocurrency market research across Asia. The volume […]

German Body Rules on Accounting Treatment for Supply Chain Finance

Recently the IDW, the privately organized supervisory authority of all accounting and audit firms in Germany, produced a ruling around supply chain finance and accounting […]

4 Situations Where Invoice Auctions can Supplement Securitization and ABL Programs


Recently I had a chance to catch up with Co-Founder and Managing Director Glenn Kocher from LiquidX. For many of you who are not aware […]

Are Companies Using Early Pay Finance with their OEM and large Customers?


Many middle market companies who sell to OEM and large enterprise customers are routinely offered some form of early pay technique such as supply chain […]