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How Fintechs Can Use Non-Banks for Supply Chain Finance
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.
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The Blurring of Supply Chain Finance Definitions
How factoring and supply chain finance differ from traditional invoice finance. And the real answer is it's very murky. There is certainly a blurring between invoice finance, invoice discounting, factoring, supply chain finance and asset-based lending.
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Predicting dilution – key for invoice finance solutions
There are few truisms left anymore especially in this era where trust is at a premium and everything appears to be a product of fake or fiat news.
But in terms of the risk, funding receivables based on seller’s data or funding receivables based on buyer’s data, there is truth and that truth is buyer data is more reliable.
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Accounting considerations on SCF transactions
Whichever way you look at it and define it, supply chain finance has grown into a big number. And if you define it as using the balance sheet of a large company to offer early payment to some or all of its suppliers, it is has gained in popularity.