Securing Growth and Supply Chain Finance

Kerle, Phillip
September 2010
Credit Control;2010, Vol. 31 Issue 5/6, p26
Trade Publication
The article presents an analysis on the importance of gaining access and securing adequate working capital for European corporations during financial crisis. It reveals the economic challenges faced by European companies such as unsustainable extension of payment terms, threat of supplier failure, and unstable cost of credit insurance. It suggests the use of Supply Chain Finance (SCF) which is secured and allows corporations to extend credit terms on outstanding invoices with suppliers.


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