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When it comes to corporate social responsibility, it’s not easy being green. However, your supply chain can build your ESG score to get cheaper money
Domestic and international banks are in a tug-of-war for corporates' trade finance dollar. But are the banks missing a trick?
Standard Chartered and CDC Group join forces to launch a $150 million supply chain finance programme aimed at SMEs in South Asia and Africa.
As the United States and China open up a new frontline in a looming trade war, regional treasurers in the China supply chain would do well to make provisions.
In managing a world of suppliers, the Australian conglomerate has a platform that allows it to play its banks like it’s conducting an orchestra. Group treasurer Cliff Allison explains.
The soft drink giant’s Philippines operation required an army of people to process thousands of invoices a month. Its supplier portal has changed all of that.
In distress situations, companies often seek creative ways to stretch their liquidity – and structured payables are gaining popularity. But be careful, these programmes can quickly turn your payables into debt.
From crude solutions such as extending payment terms to complex arrangements such as supply chain finance, treasurers must keep all plates spinning in working capital management.
Having just completed a bank guarantee via blockchain, the CFO of the company behind Australia's Westfield malls tells CT what’s needed to get the distributed ledger into the mainstream.
Dalian Wanda, Fosun, HNA and Anbang are under the spotlight over M&A splurge. That can only increase the risk for their corporate partners.