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 […]

If Supply Chain Finance is to Grow, Where are the Banks?

Everyone going to Supply Chain Finance conferences hears the stories of how popular SCF has become and how many lenders are looking to move downstream […]

Using ERP data Makes a great Case for AI Invoice Analytics

“Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic. ” – Arthur C. Clarke We can credit the phrase “Garbage in, garbage out” (GIGO) to George Fuechsel, an […]

Why Supplier Acceptance Rates Still Struggle with Traditional Bank Funded Supply Chain Finance

"On the Internet, no one knows you’re a dog" ... Peter Steiner Know Your Customer (“KYC”) has been a big inhibitor for banks in providing both […]

Retraction: Earlier Coverage Concerning Aztec Exchange


We regret that Trade Financing Matters published two articles mentioning Aztec Exchange that featured information based on incomplete facts and analysis. These articles could have […]