Introduction to Supply Chain Finance

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  • Course Date29.11.2022
  • Course Duration4 Sessions - 3 Hrs each - 06:30 to 09:30 PM
  • LanguageEnglish

Introduction to Supply Chain Finance

About the Program

Supply Chain Finance (SCF) is an emerging set of solutions within trade finance implemented by numerous financial institutions, leading corporate buyers and their trading partners all over the world. This course will teach you how to make the most of this working capital optimization tool and provide an honest appraisal of how it could work in your business. You will enjoy the benefits of an academic and practical, expert opinion guiding you through the available options and the best practices. It will act as a comprehensive guide to supply chain finance. What is it, how it works and the risks involved. You will learn the theory and the history of SCF, and more importantly, how you can use it to unlock capital. In addition, you will receive practical tips about how to implement and measure a successful SCF programme so you can take the theory out of the classroom and into your organization.

Who Should Attend this Program

This ‘Supply Chain Finance’ programme is targeted to experienced operations, supply chain, finance, sales and marketing professionals or managers who seek hands-on knowledge, insights and best practices on how to manage factors that improve a company’s financial performance, but basically for;  CFOs and treasurers who want to enhance working capital, increase liquidity and mitigate risks  Procurement professionals who work with treasury and finance on supply chain finance programmes  Banks and technology providers who want to better understand the challenges treasury and procurement clients face and how solutions fit

Course Content
  • MODULE I – Supply Chain Finance; Introduction
  • MODULE II – The Supply Chain Finance Industry
  • MODULE III – State of the Market
  • MODULE IV – Products and Solutions
  • MODULE V – Stakeholders and Market Participants
  • MODULE VI – Success Factors
  • MODULE VII – Competitive Landscape