Traxpay Reinvents Themselves as a Digital Lender

In the world of dedicated Supply Chain Finance platforms, there are not many vendors.  There are the two that have been around for some time […]

Is There a Middle Market Liquidity Gap?

Middle market companies truly are the heart and soul of America. Many are family owned or private equity backed, and quite a few have foreign […]

Where to Start when Management Gives the Working Capital Mandate

There is no shortage of vendor posts and analyst writings on the topic of how to improve working capital. It seems that everyone believes that […]

Update on Where Institutional Investors Can Buy Trade Receivables? – Non Bank Sources

The challenges in making a market for trade assets are several and significant. First, as an asset class, it is poorly understood by end investors. […]

Australia Leader Sites Corporate Extortion of Small Suppliers

In a 5 April article in the Australian publication The Age (which I encourage you to read here), Australia’s small business ombudsman Kate Carnell singles […]

Update on Where Institutional Investors Can Buy Trade Receivables? Post 1

If you listen to some of the publications out there, you would think that trade is already an asset class and all you have to […]

Why supporting entrepreneurs and communities are essential?

Trade Financing Matters welcomes this guest post from Grace Leung Shing, CEO of Startwise a revenue-sharing crowdfunding platform that help individuals realize dreams, build companies […]

American Express Thinking Beyond the Card

American Express has long wanted companies to use cards – plastic, purchasing cards, virtual cards, ghost cards, you name it. The pitch to buyers to […]