‘Export or die’ is a well-established maxim, but one with added relevance in the post-Brexit era as exporters seek out new markets around the world.
The banking sector has had its own way for many years, but today it pays to look beyond the norm and non-bank funding options when it comes to financing business.
The fifth Supply Chain Finance Summit, held in Singapore earlier this month, focused on the factors shaping the region’s supply chain finance.
As a biopic of McDonald’s founder Ray Kroc hits cinema screens, what cash flow forecasting challenges face global food and beverage businesses 60 years on from the creation of the golden arches?
Two decades into the 21st century, international trade still relies heavily on paper documentation. IT entrepreneur Roberto Capodieci believes that blockchain is set to transform the process and shake up supply chain finance.
Fintech, regtech and tradetech are all areas in which banks are widely seen as fighting a rearguard action against new entrants, but collaboration and integration offer the best way forward.
Transactions could exceed US$92bn this year, from under US$27bn in 2015, despite retail interest in the virtual currency waning says Juniper Research.
Supply chain finance is nothing new, but rapid developments in financial technology are making the cover more accessible to smaller businesses.
Traditional investment management has been steadily transformed by sophisticated financial technology and the launch of crowdfunding platforms promises to accelerate the process.
As treasury teams report more directly and frequently to members of the board, the growing value of strategic treasury has become evident.