Supply Chain Finance Blog

The Benefits of a Multi-Bank Working Capital Solution

Global banking working capital programs

Companies used to offer working capital or (supply chain finance) programs to their suppliers primarily in conjunction with a single bank. That was great for the bank, of course, because it allowed the bank to set the terms of the working capital program, to tie the company into a close, long-term relationship, and to gain maximum benefit from lending money to the company’s suppliers while only taking on the credit risk associated with the company itself. The company in question would, of course, usually be a multinational, large or mid-market business with a good credit rating.

Moez Habib Thameur
September 27, 2018

CFO Performance Tied to Digital Treasury Transformation

CFO digital treasury transformation

As the “chief growth officers” in an organization, CFOs play a crucial role in steering the enterprise toward profitable growth. Re-thinking the role of treasury in the midst of rapid growth is required to ensure success in the digital era. What separates winners from laggards is a treasury management system that equips treasury with the ability to take a more prominent role in driving both operational efficiency and execution effectiveness across business units.

Dory Malouf
September 4, 2018

The Top 3 Sessions and More Reasons to Attend NYCE 2018

NYCE 2018 treasury finance conference

Global financial threats are escalating, cybercrime is a top priority for CFOs and the demand for more fluid working capital is increasing. With so many challenges facing senior leaders today, it is essential to stay in touch with thought leaders in the treasury and finance space to stay ahead of the competition. One event not to miss is the New York Cash Exchange 2018, an annual conference hosted by the Treasury Management Association of New York (TMANY).

Daniel Shaffer
May 22, 2018

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