On-Demand Webinar: Financing Future Supply Chains
8 January 2015
The ROI of Trade and Supply Chain Finance Convergence
By 2020 forecasts suggest that an additional USD 17 trillion of trade will be conducted on open account terms. It is estimated that 45% of bank trade revenues are expected to come from Supply Chain Finance. Today, international factoring and approved payables finance account for less than 5% of the total volume of bank assisted financial supply chain management.
The potential is huge but how are banks repositioning to capture this market potential?
According to the latest findings from CEB Towergroup, banks are now actively innovating to remain the middle men in international trade. The firm’s recent trade finance vendor analysis report looks at the investments banks are making today and compares the vendors in the market.
1. See the key drivers of transformation in trade and FSCM
2. How can trade and supply chain convergence drive ROI from existing outlay on new product development?
3. How are banks reacting to the rise of P2P and supplier networks – what are the perceived threats and opportunities?