An Introduction to Supply Chain Finance
The ideal one-day course for corporate treasurers and bankers who need a better understanding of Supply Chain Finance
Supply chain finance can be a complex subject, but it is critical for companies. The first half of this one-day course offers an easy-to-understand introduction to supply chain management so that attendees can understand how the physical supply chain is linked to the financial supply chain. The second session concentrates on supply chain finance and how its proper use can free up internal liquidity and optimise working capital. We finish with a comparative overview of what supply chain finance products are in the market, which banks are selling them and how they can be used.
Session One: The Basics of Supply Chain Management for Treasury and Bank Professionals
The first session is an introduction to the physical supply chain, tailored for a treasury and banking audience. Delegates will understand the issues facing those managing the supply chain - essential groundwork for understanding the value that supply chain finance can add to an organisation.
Session Two: An Introduction to Supply Chain Finance
The second half of the course examines the financial implications of supply chain decisions, analysing how they can free up internal liquidity and optimize working capital. It will look at issues including working capital, trade finance, and take a look at some of the supply chain finance products available.
By the end of the course participants will:
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Enrico Camerinelli is Senior Analyst EMEA within Aite Group’s Wholesale Banking group. Enrico’s current research focuses on Global Transaction Banking, Trade Finance, Cash Management, and the Financial Supply Chain. Enrico has also worked for more than 10 years in the industry as Supply Chain and Plant Manager
For more details or to book this course for your team, contact Diana Henderson on +44 7770 404801, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.transactionbankingacademy.com