22 April 2015
Mayer Brown’s Supply Chain Finance Primer explores one of the more common types of supply chain finance programs (an “SCF Program”) in which a third-party financier (often a bank) (a “Buyer”) provides liquidity to suppliers by leveraging their buyer’s higher credit rating—an arrangement that typically involves the use of a technology platform to automate transactions and provide visibility into the invoice approval status to all parties involved.
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