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In the world of international trade, the process of exchanging payments, information and documents between buyers, sellers, banks, and other involved parties is becoming increasingly important for financial institutions. This community aims at presenting views and innovative ideas related to this financial supply chain space.

Sizing the Reverse Factoring market

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To build an estimate of this market I am using the below assumptions. I will limit so far the exposure for Europe to collect you suggestions/comments. I have similar data also for the other regions (i.e., NA, Asia, ANZ, Africa, South America)

European Very large bank (e.g., Deutsche Bank, RBS, Santander, BNP): average of 30 deals/year with 30m $US facility; avg. of 15 deals/year with 50m $US facility; avg. of 2 deals/yr with 100m $US facility
European regional bank (e.g., SEB, Danske Bank): average of 20 deals/year with 30m $US facility; avg. of 10 deals/year with 50m $US facility; avg. of 0 deals/yr with 100m $US facility

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Senior Analyst for Corporate Banking, based in Europe. Current research focuses on Global Transaction Banking, Supply Chain Finance and Working Capital Management.

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