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Supply Chain Finance

Finance payroll, pay employees, avoid bankruptcy, keep economy going – a fintech initiative in response to the covid-19 effect on business

As this period of business and economic insecurity deepens, when far too many firms cannot foresee where they will be in 6 months’ time, let […]

We asked Chief Execs: what should the business focus on in times of crisis? – Keep Liquidity Going

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As we wrote earlier this week, here and here, Spend Matters’ analysts and editors are well placed to hear from the market about what would […]

Early Invoice Payments: Reaching the Long-Tail

We welcome this guest post from David Brown, Co-founder and Head of Innovation at Previse, who argues that while supply chain finance can be a […]

Tradeshift-Basware M&A Talks Are Off!

Leading provider of networked purchase-to-pay solutions, e-invoicing and financing services, Basware, announced today that it has terminated talks with Tradeshift over its possible takeover offer. […]

Previse – AI Gives Invoicing Insight, Enables “Instant Payment”

We recently met up with co-founder and CEO Paul Christensen of Previse. He’s a very smart Australian, a lawyer initially, who has worked in start-ups […]

NHS Trusts Delaying Payment To Suppliers – Time For SCF?

The crisis in NHS funding is beginning to have a serious effect on suppliers to the UK health sector. We recently spoke to the owner […]

Supply Chain Finance – Join Us On Thursday Evening With Tradeshift

We mentioned here this week’s major social and business event - the Tradeshift debate and office opening celebration on Thursday night at 6.30pm, in the […]

Tradeshift on Unleashing Working Capital – Join Us for an Enlightening Discussion

Tradeshift has been in the news a lot recently. The firm announced their acquisition of IBX a few months back, a big step forward into […]

The Best Procurement Books of 2016: Financing The End-To-End Supply Chain

Continuing our reprise of the best procurement-related books of 2016. It’s a risky business, reviewing books (or anything else) produced by or involving friends. If […]

Book Review – Financing The End-To-End Supply Chain

It’s a risky business, reviewing books (or anything else) produced by or involving friends. If you make a big thing about being independent, then you […]

Ezubao and the Risk of Scandals in the Peer-to-Peer Finance Market

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Have you read about the Chinese firm Ezubao? If you haven’t, it’s worth following the story, which may yet have implications for western countries and […]