Moving Downstream – Supply Chain Finance Opportunities with the Middle Market

To date, Supply chain finance programs have been the domain of very large corporates. Here are a few  reasons why these programs have been positioned […]

Why No One Has Proper Loss Data on Trade Receivables

I was recently asked if I had any good data on default rates of trade receivables. The question went something like is there any data […]

Supply Chain Finance Goes to College Part 2

Knowing Tom Dunn, CEO of Orbian as I do, I know he is a man of action.  World renown for his rowing capabilities, Tom recently […]

Supply Chain Finance Goes to College

Trade Financing Matters welcomes this guest post from Prof. Dr. David Wuttke, EBS Business School, Institute of Supply Management When Tom Dunn, CEO Orbian, and […]

The Suppliers Dilemma – How to use Large Customer Receivables for Working Capital

I love when the so called users of supply chain finance sing its praises. PJ Bain, CEO of PrimeRevenue, recently penned a piece on Valuing the […]

Considering life in a post-bank world

Trade Financing Matters welcomes this Guest Post by George Mitchell, senior conference producer at Global Trade Review “Digital is the main reason just over half […]

Cards Still Fall Far Short Capturing B2B Spend

According to The Nilson Report, in the United States, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, and private label (store, gasoline, medical, etc.) credit cards accounted for […]

Event Driven Finance – Where are we now, where are we going?

We have lived in a world where access to credit has been challenging for many, including commodity companies, emerging markets, small business, start ups, lower […]