Trade Financing

This is your access point to our coverage of Trade Financing. Here we provide practitioners with a unique analytic perspective, as well as the technology and innovation in its adoption. Launched in January of 2014 to discuss the issues around trade credit and trade finance management, Trade Financing Matters offered coverage on a variety of topics that impact how companies finance their procurement and sales, from technology to regulation to zero based investing environments.

 

How Fintechs Can Use Non-Banks for Supply Chain Finance

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David Gustin is the chief strategy officer for The Interface Financial Group responsible for digital supply chain finance and is a contributing author to Trade Financing Matters.

In my last post, Many Fintechs Still Rely on Bring-Your-Own-Bank Strategy for Supply Chain Finance, I discussed how source-to-pay platforms and other cloud software providers still rely on their clients’ house banks for supply chain finance and why that might not be the wisest strategy given the times. So if you are a Fintech and want to offer supply chain finance, what are your options beyond a house bank strategy?