Supply-chain finance, sometimes known as reverse factoring, supports a buyer’s supply chain by freeing cashflow throughout the supply chain.
Setting up supply-chain finance arrangements will support a buyer’s supply chain, whether that is on a single transaction, a block of them or on a revolving basis.
Supply Chain Finance, also sometimes known as reverse factoring, frees cashflow throughout the supply chain. It does this by bringing forward cashflows owed to the supplier, while providing more generous repayment terms to the buyer.
Early repayment may also allow our customer to take advantage of early repayment discounts.
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