Another attempt to define Supply Chain Finance

I have to applaud the International Chamber of Commerce. In their recent meeting in Dubai, they formed a Global Supply Chain Finance (SCF) Forum to clarify existing definitions around supply chain finance terminology. The effort will encompass five organizations: Euro-Banking Association (EBA), Bankers Association for Finance and Trade (BAFT), Factors Chain International (FCI), International Factors Group (IFG) and the International Forfaiting Association (IFA).

Kah Chye Tan, Chair of the ICC Banking Commission said: “SCF is a growing market with considerable business opportunities identified for the near future. Given increased collaboration among the wide range of bank and non-bank representatives facilitating domestic and cross border trade, and the advent of Internet and new communication technologies, it is more important than ever before for all market participants to adopt universally-accepted terminology that corresponds to the rich array of processing, financing and risk management techniques currently being developed by the industry to support increasingly globalized supply chains.”

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By : admin /August 23, 2014 /Working Capital /0 Comment /

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