The Euro Banking Association issues market guide on supply chain finance

Tuesday 21 May 2013 11:19 CET | News

The Euro Banking Association (EBA), a forum for the European payments industry fostering the development of pan-European payments initiatives, has published a guide to the European supply chain finance market.

The “Supply Chain Finance: EBA European Market Guide” describes the current Supply Chain Finance (SCF) ecosystem and analyses which drivers are propelling or constraining the take-off and adoption of this part of the supply chain management. It defines and explores market opportunities for possible SCF services and makes recommendations for a definition of a common terminology for the financial supply chain. The guide also identifies and explains key risk and regulatory issues that are impacting the SCF market. By combining explanatory material with an analytical framework, the guide aims at fulfilling two major objectives: to provide comprehensive background information as well as a discussion basis for relevant stakeholders.

The Euro Banking Association was founded in 1985 and it collects viewpoints, makes recommendations and participates in the formulation of industry-wide business practices for payments. The EBA includes around 200 members from the European Union and across the world.

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Keywords: The Euro Banking Association, supply chain finance, Europe
Categories: Banking & Fintech
Countries: World
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