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How to setup a Vendor Supply Chain Finance Process in SAP

Vendor Supply Chain Finance (SCF) constitutes the transfer of a (trade) payable position towards the SCF underwriter (i.e. the bank). The beneficiary of the payment can then decide either to receive an invoice payment on due date or to receive the funds before, at the cost of a pre-determined fee.

The debtor’s bank account will only be debited on due date of the payable; hence the bank finances the differential between the due date and the actual payment date towards the beneficiary for this pre-determined fee. This article elaborates on why and how corporates set-up an SCF scheme with their suppliers.

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To reflect the changing requirements of our clients, we have redefined our debt advisory service offering and established a dedicated team of consultants to secure the benefits of the currently strong financing conditions for our clients in the long run.

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B2B fintech: Payments, supply chain finance & e-invoicing guide 2017

The Paypers has released a dedicated guide with global insights into the transaction banking, B2B payments, supply chain finance & e-invoicing markets.

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Preparing corporates for credit risk challenges ahead

Increased volatility in financial markets is one of the factors that have driven corporate treasurers to become more aware of the importance of risk management.

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Getting the best out of treasury

In control with treasury performance management

How can treasury expand its role and deliver more value to the company using a performance management reporting and control framework?

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