Two common supply chain finance products, reverse factoring and dynamic discounting, secure funding repayments with large anchor buyers. This principle of SCF would lead one to believe that almost all existing SCF programs are running with strong credit-rated buyers. However, Aite Group has found that approximately 25% of reverse factoring’s potential business sits with noninvestment-grade buyers, for an equivalent business opportunity of US$177 billion.
To take advantage of this multibillion-dollar opportunity, banks must increasingly target their SCF programs to subinvestment-grade companies. But first they must resolve numerous pain points.
During this webinar, Aite Group senior analyst Enrico Camerinelli reveals banks’ issues and concerns regarding their SCF products and discuss ways for banks to regain control of the SCF marketplace.
Key discussion points include:
- What banks’ pain points are with their SCF products
- How banks should change their proprietary SCF platforms
- Why banks should target subinvestment-grade companies for their SCF programs
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