Tag: supply chain finance

Daniel Schmand in TXF vows ICC will help banks rekindle contract with society’

Following his recent appointment as Chairman of the ICC’s Banking Commission, Daniel Schmand discusses in TXF the ways in which he plans to spend his time and energy carrying on the ICC’s work as the platform for advocating for industry change. Schmand discusses the reputational damage banks have suffered, and how re-acknowledging their key role in facilitating trade and …

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Deutsche Bank’s Joao Galvao: flexibility is the order of the day for supply chain management

How can treasury teams prepare to respond to risks of all kinds? “A carefully designed and agile treasury setup — with centralized control, up-to-the-moment data granularity and strong liquidity and working capital management practices — can be crucial to, quite literally, weathering the storm” says Joao Galvao, Head of Financial Supply Chain, Americas, GTB, Deutsche …

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Deutsche Bank’s Jon Richman on sourcing liquidity internally to benefit supply chains

Jon Richman, Head of Trade and Financial Supply Chain Americas, Deutsche Bank, discusses how supply chain financing is cheaper and more secure in the long-term. Financial supply chain schemes enable corporates to source liquidity from improved payment terms while boosting rather than damaging counterparty relationships, he explains in Cash & Trade magazine. To read the …

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Daniel Schmand of Deutsche Bank, speaks to GTR about early supply chain financing

This month’s Global Trade Review explores the demand for earlier supply chain financing and the ways in which banks are meeting this demand. Deutsche Bank’s Daniel Schmand, Head of Trade Finance & Cash Management Corporates EMEA discusses the tools at hand and how SEPA’s standardisation has opened up new possibilities. To read the full article, please click …

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