Supply Chain Finance Forum

BCR’s inaugural Supply Chain Finance Forum in London focuses on the industry’s emerging evolutionary trends and in particular the move towards targeting the largely untapped mid-cap buyers market. The forum will showcase innovations within supply chain finance for the mid-market, new arbitrage opportunities this market can provide, and review developing markets such as Asia and other high-interest rate regions.

What is Supply Chain Finance Forum about?

Location: Reed Smith LLP| Broadgate Tower, 20 Primrose St | London, United Kingdom |EC2A 2RS

Date: 17th October 2018

Agenda: To Be Confirmed

  • Almila Arikan Sarbanogulu – Vice President, Trade & Working Capital, Barclays
  • Paul Crayford – Director, Operations Consulting, KPMG
  • Bertrand De Comminges – Head of Structuring, GTRF, HSBC
  • Angela Koll – Specialist Trade & Supply Chain Finance, Commerzbank
  • Mark Ling – Head of International Large Corporates, Santander Corporate & Commercial Banking, Santander
  • Bart Ras – Managing Director, Greensill Capital
  • Sonja Rethagen – Head of Credit Insurance and Factoring, BüchnerBarella Holding
  • Martin Sommer – Principal Financial Services, Oliver Wyman
  • Nick Stainthorpe – Partner, Reed Smith
  • Laurent Tabouelle – Group Managing Director, CODIX
  • Richard Whitehouse – Sales Director for Supply Chain Finance, Sancus
  • Jamie Whiteway – European Sales Director
  • Nick Wildgoose BA(Hons) FCA FCIPS – CEO, Supplien Consulting

Use the discount code TFG18 for 10% off the conference

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What is Supply Chain finance?

Supply Chain Finance (also known as SCF or supplier finance), is a cash flow solution which helps businesses free up working capital trapped in global supply chains. It is a solution designed to benefit both suppliers and buyers; suppliers get paid early and buyers can extend their payment terms. This solution allows businesses which import goods to unlock working capital as well as reduce the risk associated with buying goods in bulk and/or transporting them globally (read more about risks of supply chain finance here). Find out more here.