Global Supply Chain Finance

Global Supply Chain Finance

Global Supply Chain Finance

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A global supply chain refers to the network created among different worldwide companies producing, handling, and distributing specific goods and/or products.

Global supply chain finance refers to the set of solutions available for financing specific goods and/or products as they move from origin to destination along the supply chain. It is related to a quickly growing use of a battery of technologies and financial business practices that allow for Dynamic Payables Discounting.


With the supply chain lengthening as a result of globalization and offshore production, many U.S. companies have experienced a reduction of capital availability. In addition, the pressure faced by U.S. companies to improve cash flow has resulted in increased pressure on their overseas suppliers. Specifically, non-U.S. suppliers receive pressure in the form of extended payment terms or increased working capital imposed on them by large U.S. buyers. The general trend toward open account from letters of credit has further contributed to the problem.

As a result, there is a need for global supply chain finance (GSCF) solutions. The market opportunity for a GSCF solution is significant. The total worldwide market for receivables management is US$1.3 trillion. Payables discounting and asset-based lending add an additional US$100 billion and US$340 billion, respectively . Only a small percentage of companies are currently using supply chain finance techniques, but more than half have plans or are...
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