DAVID GUSTIN, Chief Strategy Officer, The Interface Financial Group June 11, 2019 “The phrase ‘it’s better to be lucky than good’ must be one of the most ridiculous homilies ever uttered. In nearly any competitive endeavor, you have to be damned good before luck can be of any use to you at all.” ― Garry Kasparov, “Deep Thinking: […]
DAVID GUSTIN, Chief Strategy Officer, The Interface Financial Group August 13, 2019 The popular opinion has been that many large American companies are flush with cash. In fact, surveys from some reputable institutions support this view. The AFP’s corporate cash survey found during the second quarter of 2019, U.S. businesses continued to build their cash […]
PETER JACOBSTEIN, Chief Strategic Partnership Officer, The Interface Financial Group January 14, 2020 Buyer-led early payment programs are growing fast. Fully 55% of companies surveyed in PWC’s 2018/2019 Supply Chain Finance Barometer are running some form of early payment program. Broadly, as Buyers extend their payment terms, offering early payment is a critical part of […]
Access to working capital has never been more critical for corporate buyers and their suppliers. Here’s what IFG is doing to help. First and most important, we hope you are healthy and safe. We’re living through extraordinary times. The economic waves triggered by the coronavirus outbreak are just starting. For virtually every company, access […]
Throughout this decade with the growth of buyer-led supply chain finance programs or buyer-sponsored early payment services, teamed with the increase in attention to SCF services in general, we have witnessed significant technological transformations within the industry.
Global volume of Supply Chain Finance reached $1.8 trillion in 2021, up 40% from 2020, according to BCR Publishing’s World Supply Chain Finance Report 2022. In this report, we’ll examine the outlook for Supply Chain Finance, the factors that are driving its growth, and innovations that will carry it forward.