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.
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.
Traxpay will be attending, participating, and sponsoring Structured FINANCE, a conference for leading CFOs and Treasurers. The event will take place in Stuttgart, Germany, 26-28 November 2019.
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.
Watch Markus Rupprecht, CEO of Traxpay, discuss his company, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMES), integration and much more at Paris Fintech Forum 2019.
EDEKA, Germany’s largest supermarket corporation headquartered in Hamburg, announced the selection of Traxpay’s dynamic financing platform to provide its suppliers with financial freedom and to deepen their relationship with them.
Thomas Egner, Secretary General, Euro Banking Association and Markus Rupprecht, CEO, Traxpay discuss how the world of Payments is undergoing a paradigm shift towards the collection and strategic use of data. Partnering with FinTechs is one way to help banks leverage the power of information around corporate’s financial transactions and data. Egner and Rupprecht conclude that digital service experiences and service options can be created for better customer experiences and strengthened business relationships.
Don't blink! Chief Revenue Officer for Traxpay, Alan Koenigsberg, presents a convincing case that we are at an inflection point for banks who have an opportunity to embrace greater innovation in payments and trade. The looming challenges banks face is the very real potential that third-party, non-traditional players may begin to process payments themselves, however, tremendous opportunities still exist for banks.
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.
The Parallels Between Business and Friendship: Deepening Supplier Relationships Through Trade Finance
When Buyers decide to extend payment terms, the relationship with their Suppliers often becomes tense. Traxpay's team of Jochen Siegert and Alan Koenigsberg opine on cooperative finance solutions that work for everyone, encouraging banks to work with their clients all along the the supply chain utilizing a FinTech solution — like the one offered by Traxpay.