Tag Archive: working capital

Falcon’s Emma Clark discusses the Middle East’s liquidity gap in the Banker Middle East

In an article for the Banker Middle East, Emma Clark, Falcon Group’s Head of Business Development, explores the ways in which slower growth and stagnating oil prices are weighing on the region’s corporates – particularly when it comes to business liquidity. Furthermore, the squeeze on working capital, while initially felt by smaller businesses, has since …

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News of iGTB deal with Bangkok Bank covered by specialist press

iGTB has agreed a contract with Bangkok Bank, Thailand’s leader in corporate and SME banking, to implement a comprehensive cash management platform and corporate portal. iGTB’s Digital Transaction Banking platform will integrate a number of previously separate platforms for Bangkok Bank, giving the bank’s clients a consistent and consolidated view of their working capital and payments …

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UniCredit’s Adeline de Metz explains how supplier onboarding is pivotal to working capital management programme success in TRF News

Against a backdrop of low borrowing costs and increased scrutiny of financial key performance indicators (KPIs), large corporates are turning to comprehensive working capital management techniques such as receivables and supply chain finance to release working capital, shore up balance sheets and create more robust and efficient supply chains. However, many corporates have struggled with …

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Deutsche Bank releases research on how supply chain financing strengthens trade

In its recent whitepaper, Deutsche Bank explores how supply chain finance solutions offer an internal, secure source of funding that strengthens rather than weakens the supply chain environment, guarantees ethical financial treatment of trading counterparts of all sizes, and optimises use of working capital. The whitepaper explains how these solutions offer the following benefits- and how such …

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ICC Banking Chair, Deutsche Bank’s Daniel Schmand, in American Banker on growth-boosting power of trade finance

Banks have gotten a bad rap recently, but in American Banker, Daniel Schmand writes honestly about why trade finance is the good news story that banking needs. Trade finance helps to foster growth in both developed and developing economies by “making funding available to entities that would otherwise struggle to find working capital for growth. And trade finance involves the production …

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