Articles with tag like: supply chains

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Open Banking - creating opportunities for everyone - an interview with Bank of America

Interviews | Online & Mobile Banking | 08 Dec 2020

The Paypers speaks with Ad van der Poel, Co-head of Product Management for GTS EMEA at Bank of America, about the Open Banking and Open Finance opportunities for consumers, corporates, and SMEs

Ad van der Poel, Bank of America, Open Banking, SMEs, API, ERP, Open Finance, data sharing, supply chains, cybersecurity, tokenisation, GDPR, US, Europe, PSD2, data privacy, payments, LATAM

CDC adds 75 mln to its trade finance deal with Absa

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 31 Jul 2020

CDC, a UK-based development finance institution, has announced an additional USD 75 million commitment to its existing trade finance facility with Absa Bank.

CDC, Absa, UK, banks, Africa, trade finance, supply chains, SCF, COVID-19, coronavirus, pandemic, partnership, International Chamber of Commerce

Barlcays opens CLBILS to help large corporate clients impacted by COVID-19

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 22 Apr 2020

Barclays has opened the Coronavirus Large Business Interruption Loan Scheme (CBILS) to help large corporate banking clients that are impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Barclays, CLBILS, COVID-19, coronavirus, UK, CBILS, banking, loans, working capital, liquidity, supply chains, FX , Clydesdale Bank, Danske Bank, HSBC, Lloyds Bank, Santander

FinDynamic develops discounting tool for UniCredit's clients

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 24 Mar 2020

UniCredit has partnered FinDynamic, an Italy-based fintech company, to provide a discounting solution to Venchi, a local chocolate and ice cream company.

Italy, UniCredit, fintech, FinDynamic, Venchi, invoice, SMEs, supply chains, payments, working capital, supplier

Supply chains face liquidity crunch as Tradeshift reports 62 percent drop in global trade transactions

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 17 Mar 2020

Global business to business transactions have dropped by 62% in the past week (w/c March 8, 2020) according to the latest data from Tradeshift.

supply chains, liquidity, Tradeshift, trade, transactions , payments

Transparent supplier practices lead to business success, finds global study

News | E-invoicing, SCF & E-procurement | 06 Mar 2020

There is a clear link between commercial success and the visibility of supplier practices, according to a recently released study by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services (HBRAS) and Basware.

Basware, supplier practices, supply chains, transparency, procurement, study, Harvard Business Review Analytic Services

IBM purchases blockchain testing service

News | Cryptocurrencies | 06 Mar 2019

IBM’s X-Force Red, a security team focusing on hacking software in order to discover and mitigate vulnerabilities, has launched a blockchain testing service.

IBM, blockchain, test service, Bitcoin, cryptocurrency, smart contracts, online payments, transactions , supply chains, legal services, distributed ledgers, database, public key, hyperledgers