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Liquidity in times of crisis and sustainability
in supply chains

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Secure liquidity digitally

The coronavirus pandemic has driven digitalisation. This also applies to global trade. Negociable instruments are thus brought back to life.

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Sources of liquidity

Due to the effects of “black swan events” (pandemic, climate change, energy shortages), securing sufficient liquidity has become a high priority for corporate treasury departments. When focusing on securing liquidity, in addition to the question of “how”, the first question that arises is the origin of liquidity.

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DNI – MLETR – TFD explained in brief

The digitalisation of trade documents and supply chain financing instruments is one of the most important prerequisites for the automation and financing of (international) trade transactions and thus for stable supply chains.

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What is trade finance?

The term trade finance refers to techniques and instruments that facilitate (international) trade transactions and protect both buyers and suppliers from trade-related risks.

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Report “Innovation in Supply Chain Finance”

The AITE-Novarica report “Innovation in Supply Chain Finance” analyzes why fintech providers should revise their supply chain finance (SCF) platforms and make them more bank-friendly to better serve both corporate professionals and financial institutions.

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How Supply Chain Finance supports SMEs

Many companies are struggling with liquidity shortages due to the coronavirus pandemic. However, classic measures such as extending payment terms can spell doom for smaller suppliers. This serves no one’s interests. For many companies, Supply Chain Finance can provide a remedy.

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Supply Chain Finance: Resilience is required

What could the supply chains of the future look like? TreasuryLog spoke to supply chain finance expert Stephan Knauf and Head of Marketing Pia Himmelsbach from Traxpay about the effects of COVID and current resilient market reactions. Please notice that this article is only available in German.

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Finance Magazin

Supply Chain Finance continues to gain recognition

The corona pandemic shows that securing their own supply chain is becoming increasingly important for large companies. One of the reasons that SCF is gaining more attraction is that it can help to maintain the solvency of suppliers. This article is only available in German.

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Sustainable Supply Chain Finance Whitepaper

Sustainable Supply Chain Finance

With Sustainable Supply Chain Finance (SSCF), companies can grant preferential terms to suppliers who meet environmental and social standards. In doing so, they not only ensure the stability of their supply chain, but also improve their own environmental and social balance sheet.

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4th Corporate Account Manager Panel

This spring we were again a sponsor of the Finance Think Tank corporate customer Roundtable – this time digital. In our commentary you can read how the crisis has changed the parameters of cooperation between banks and FinTechs and how this can favor future partnerships.

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Supplier relationships in times of crisis

Our article in the current Getränke Zeitung on the subject of supplier relationships in times of crisis. Why liquidity, flexibility and sustainability are more important than ever. A comment from our managing director Markus Rupprecht. Article is only available in German.

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Corporate Account Manager Panel

Learn more about what was discussed at a recent FI conference in Frankfurt and read an assessment from our CEO, Markus Rupprecht, on how banks and FinTechs can work together to tap new sources of income in the PDF available as a free download here.

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The Transformative Impact of Big Data and Business Analytics

For banks, being able to harness data to understand where and how they can serve clients better is rooted in the insights that can be learned from available information. Conversely, corporate banking client’s need for data has never been greater. This presents invaluable new business opportunities for banks and their clients alike. Traxpay’s Alan Koenigsberg discusses a forward-thinking approach by partnering with FinTech companies.

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Trade Finance Programs Bolster Working Capital Strategies: A Supplier Perspective

As a vital link in any healthy supply chain, suppliers have a vested interest in understanding how a supply chain finance program can benefit their business, optimizing their working capital and better support growth objectives. Traxpay’s Matthew Hatton and Stephan Nauf discuss the benefits, concerns some suppliers have about working with SCF programs, and available synergies with FinTech.

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Why Supply Chain Finance Still Matters

Before putting away the spreadsheets and powering down the laptops prior to heading off to the shore or mountain retreat, corporate treasurers may want to consider how they can maximize the efficiency of their payment function through a strategic supply chain finance program. Traxpay CEO, Markus Rupprecht makes the case why.

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Data is the New Oil in B2B Banking

Read highlight’s of — and download full version of — Traxpay’s Founder/CEO Markus Rupprecht’s contribution to a recent report published by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), Rethinking Trade & Finance: An ICC Private Sector Perspective.

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Filling the Product Gap: How Banks Can Keep Up with FinTechs

Today’s technology revolution is top of mind for nearly every business leader in nearly every industry — and some industry experts paint a dire picture for the banks. Banks are struggling to keep up with the fast pace of FinTech innovations. Alan Koenigsberg discusses how banks can remain relevant and offer clients the innovative products and solutions they demand.

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