Supply Chain Finance Summit 2018
CODIX IS A BRAND SPONSOR OF BCR’S SCF SUMMIT IN GERMANY
CODIX was a Brand Sponsor of the 3rd Annual Supply Chain Finance Summit in Frankfurt, Germany, 31st January – 1st February 2018. BCR’s international event tracks the transformation of the industry, showcasing the latest innovations for both domestic and cross-border financing, examining the future of technology-enabled supply chain models, and driving the conversation on increasing access of Supply Chain Finance (SCF) for SMEs and emerging markets. The event was attended by 150 global industry high profile practitioners representing experts from all sides of the table.
On the first day of the international summit the Group Managing Director of CODIX Laurent Tabouelle gave an update on CODIX’s unique software solution iMX and took part in the panel session on the digitalization of the Supply Chain Industry – “Putting Digital Integration First“.
The agenda of the 3rd Annual Supply Chain Finance Summit covered the following main topics:
- The Role of SCF in Emerging Markets: Emerging markets and SMEs operating within these markets offer huge growth potential as supply chain volumes increase exponentially. As a country’s economy grows there are lots of opportunities to develop and create innovate SME-specific supply chain finance products.
- Extending SCF to the Mid-Cap Market – Examining Major Arbitrage Opportunities.
- Putting Digital Integration First: To succeed in a digital world, banks’ finance offerings must be agile, low cost and valued by customers.
- Gaining Access to New Markets by Leveraging Credit Insurance: Trade credit insurance can enable corporates and financial institutions to grow in new market segments and regions by mitigating risk.
- Establishing Global SCF Programmes.
- Harmonizing the Physical and Financial Supply Chain.
* The international event is organized by BCR – the world’s leading provider of receivables finance market intelligence. BCR creates and delivers essential news, reports and events, examining the future of receivables finance, factoring, alternative finance, supply chain finance, working capital management and trade receivables securitisation.