20 February 2018

Financial Supply Chain

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Enrico CamerinelliAite Group - Boston

Blockchain in The Supply Chain Use Cases: Inventory Finance

11 February 2018  |  4783 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

The analysis of use cases proposed by Community NdT participants continues. Inventory Finance (proposed by a winery). The use case leverages the characteristics of blockchain data traceability and uniqueness to access funding for the purchase and growth of vineyards and the transformation of wine products. Currently the winery advances the cash nee...

Bob LyddonLyddon Consulting Services - Thames Ditton

Carillion: further detail on recommendations to unsecured creditors. Please share if you know any

24 January 2018  |  8557 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Since my earlier blog it has come out that the liquidator is indeed “dealing in” Carillion’s contracts and this is very important for the unsecured creditors who have supplied and remained unpaid in those contracts. The key point is that the liquidator has not repudiated the contracts, and declared them null and void, which was within their gift. T...

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Bob Lyddon
Bob LyddonLyddon Consulting Services - Thames Ditton

Carillion: who is protecting the Trade and other Unsecured Creditors?

19 January 2018  |  5645 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

The collapse of Carillion poses an urgent question for participants in Supply Chains who have no payment security, and have made deliveries of goods and services with a credit period. That means almos...

TagsPaymentsRisk & regulation
Enrico Camerinelli
Enrico CamerinelliAite Group - Boston

New Credit Scoring Models Ahead

21 December 2017  |  13930 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 1

Banks will profile corporate credit risk blending financial indicators with supply chain performance metrics. This point represents the hinge that will connect corporate supply chain process data with...

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Henning Holter
Henning HolterTungsten Network - London

Signs of hope on late payments?

11 July 2017  |  4266 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Across multiple industries, the issue of late payment is often a cause for concern. In the retail trade in particular, headlines featuring struggling small businesses and lengthy delays are a regula

TagsPaymentsFinancial inclusion
Enrico Camerinelli
Enrico CamerinelliAite Group - Boston

Applying Blockchain in the Supply Chain

06 June 2017  |  8084 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

I have posted a long document on Linkedin (Applying Blockchain in the Supply Chain) describing which blockchain features best apply to the Supply Chain process elements below. I wish I could post it h...

Chaney Ojinnaka
Chaney OjinnakaVendorMach - London/New York

Seven ways to boost supply chain resilience

15 May 2017  |  5759 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Supply chain failures compromise the ability of an organisation to operate effectively and in extreme circumstances even to survive. Yet many businesses struggle to mitigate the risk of such failures:...

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Chaney Ojinnaka
Chaney OjinnakaVendorMach - London/New York

Treat Suppliers like Clients and Reap the Benefits

11 May 2017  |  5418 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

Most organisations strive to be on the best possible terms with their clients but too often neglect with third parties that contribute to the success of their business. The nature of buyer and supplie...

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John Bertrand
John BertrandSAP - London

Blockchain a rose by any other name

10 April 2017  |  7664 views  |  0 comments | recommendations Recommends 1

The question of what exactly is blockchain has come to the fore this week with the publication of the eBook ‘Blockchain Meets Supply Chain: Rewiring Business Operations for the Digital Age’ which ackn...

John Bertrand
John BertrandSAP - London

Blockchain: Going Dutch

03 April 2017  |  10066 views  |  1 comments | recommendations Recommends 0

It is 417 years this April since the Dutch arrived in Japan with their black ships. Trade with Japan was opened up and, as they say, the rest is history. The Dutch are about to make history again. Th...

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Founded by Olivier Berthier
Date 03 May 2007
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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.
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