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INCREASING THE PROFITABILITY OF WORKING CAPITAL PROGRAMMES

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Improvements in working capital management will enable all organisations to create value and enhance the way they operate. According to PWC, there is €1.2tr of excess working capital tied up on balance sheets. Those who release the blockages which hide this capital will be able to boost growth and create more potential for investment.

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SUPPLY CHAIN FINANCE: HELPING SUPPLIERS SURVIVE A STORM

Helen Castell is a freelance journalist and editor with nearly 20 years’ experience as a financial journalist, specialising in trade finance, commodities, energy and international […]

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SUMMARY OF THE ICC GLOBAL SURVEY 2020

Despite the ongoing uncertainty caused by the pandemic, the 2020 Global Survey from the International Chamber of Commerce has revealed that the financial services industry is optimistic towards the […]

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INVOICE REPURCHASING IN WORKING CAPITAL FINANCE PROGRAMMES

Invoice repurchasing is a feature of many invoice-backed working capital finance programmes, but it’s often a slightly blurred area where implementation is inconsistent between different programmes […]

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THE INVISIBLE FRAUD IN WORKING CAPITAL FINANCE

Why behaviour monitoring is key to keeping programmes secure and profitable. It’s an unfortunate fact of modern business that […]

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DRIVING MOMENTUM IN WORKING CAPITAL FINANCE

Last year, PWC’s Working Capital Report 2019/20 analysed the largest global listed companies of the past five years to assess trends in the approach to working capital management. According to PWC, […]

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HOW TECHNOLOGY IS CREATING OPPORTUNITIES IN MULTI-COLLATERAL POOL PROGRAMMES

Most portfolio-wide receivables-backed working capital programmes operate today using a single series of fixed eligibility criteria, which produce a single pool of eligible receivables that are then […]

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