Modernizing International Supplier Finance with Reverse Factoring Programs

French retail group Auchan uses reverse factoring to pay suppliers sooner without negative impact to working capital.

After the global financial crisis in 2007, Auchan Group’s suppliers began asking whether their invoices could be paid sooner, as they were struggling to secure bank financing on acceptable terms. When some of these suppliers began to have difficulty fulfilling orders placed by Auchan, it was clear that action was needed.

Strategic Treasurer: Definitive Guide to Supply Chain Finance Solutions

Supply chain finance (SCF) is becoming an increasingly popular topic among treasurers and CFO as working capital and risk management take on greater importance for modern firms. Donload this new report from Strategic Treasurer to learn more about the current state of the industry.

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Ebook: Making the business case for supply chain finance

This ebook outlines some of the key issues for organizations who may be considering implementing supply chain finance, or are simply looking for details of how a supply chain finance program could benefit their organization.

Auchan Holding builds a Reverse Factoring and payment factory with Kyriba

See how Auchan uses Kyriba's supply chain finance platform to develop a flexible and transparent supplier financing program for its clients.

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Auchan: a shining example

Find out how Auchan Holding built a reverse factoring program using Kyriba's supply chain finance module, as well as a payment factory using Kyriba's payment module.

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Kyriba Helps CGA Implement Global Supply Chain Finance Programs

Learn how CGA, a specialist in business trade credit, is using Kyriba’s supply chain finance platform to effectively support customer and supplier workflows.

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Understanding the Real Value of Supply Chain Finance

This research report, produced by Ardent Partners and underwritten by Kyriba, details the true value of supply chain finance (SCF), covers the opportunities SCF programs can bring, as well as provides a framework for enterprises seeking to leverage this financial solution.

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State of Supply Chain Finance Industry - Entering a New Era of Maturity Report

Global Business Intelligence’s 2016 edition of its Supply Chain Finance report provides insights for CFOs, CPOs, treasurers, procurement officers, and finance professionals who are seeking a better solution to optimize their working capital shortfall and limit supply chain disruptions.

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eBook: Five Questions CFOs Should Ask Themselves to Maximize Growth

In an environment of regulatory change, globalization, market volatility and emerging business and financial risks, the role of the finance function, and the demands on financial leadership, continue to evolve. This ebook outlines some of the key questions that CFOs need to ask, in order to position their organization for maximum growth.
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Aite Group White Paper: Treasury Management Systems and Supply Chain Finance

Supply chain finance can provide huge benefits across the supply chain. For vendors, it enables them to have rapid access to cash. For purchasers, it enables them to generate high, risk-free rates of return on their corporate cash. This white paper, developed by Aite Group and available exclusively from Kyriba highlights the key features and benefits of a supply chain finance program and shows why the integration between treasury management system (TMS) technology and SCF solutions is becoming a necessity.

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Supply Chain Finance Payable and Receivable Solutions Guide

The Global Business Intelligence Guide on Supply Chain Finance (SCF) Solutions defines buyer centric and seller centric programs, addressing myriad of issues around SCF programs, such as the cost of credit and credit availability, the impact of Basel III on Trade Credit, and more. Among other topics highlighted, the authors discuss issues Corporations need to foresee and address in order to ensure their Supply Chains are not disrupted due to the lack of credit availability. The Guide also profiles the leading global supply chain finance providers.