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 […]

Providing Preshipment Finance to Resellers in Africa

I recently had an opportunity to catch up with Chris Hale from Kountable. Kountable is doing some real trade finance, providing preshipment finance to resellers […]

Deutsche Bank acquires stake in FinTech TrustBills

TrustBills is a FinTech company established in 2015 and based in Hamburg, Germany. TrustBills claims to be the first online auction platform for selling and […]

Fintech Fosters Alignment for Supply Chain Finance

FinTech does not have a simple definition. It is a broad term that speaks to the evolving intersection of technologies and the way supply chains […]

Risk Reward of Trade Receivables versus Comparable Investments

"Know what you own, and know why you own it." - Peter Lynch When investors evaluate short term fixed income options, its all about what […]

Middle Market Supply Chain Finance – Challenges Moving Downstream

There are analysts, treasury, supply chain finance, trade finance, etc. that still get so confused by what a supply chain finance program is. For example, […]