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Supply Chain Finance Training2018-09-09T00:20:37+00:00

Supply Chain Finance Training

2018-09-06T20:23:45+00:00

Finance for Supply Chain Professionals Training

Creating the link between Supply Chain and Finance. Understand the levers impacting the various components of working capital in order to challenge stakeholders accountable for them. Providing participants a theoretical base on working capital as well as a global view of the Cash to Cash cycle, by introducing the concepts of DSO, DPO and DIO in a connected supply chain. The Cool Connection is a business simulation aimed at bridging the physical and financial supply chain. This second module serves as a tool to apply the theoretical base in a real life simulation.

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2018-09-06T20:23:45+00:00

Creating the link between Supply Chain and Finance. Understand the levers impacting the various components of working capital in order to challenge stakeholders accountable for them. Providing participants a theoretical base on working capital as well as a global view of the Cash to Cash cycle, by introducing the concepts of DSO, DPO and DIO in a connected supply chain. The Cool Connection is a business simulation aimed at bridging the physical and financial supply chain. This second module serves as a tool to apply the theoretical base in a real life simulation.

2018-05-24T14:31:13+00:00

Product ready? Ensure that your staff/team understands the sales and operational life cycle of the Supply Chain Finance product, from prospecting to on-boarding. Prepare for pilot clients, using lessons learned and best practices from the industry.

2018-05-24T14:11:14+00:00

Creating awareness around the various components of working capital, enabling participants to challenge stakeholders accountable for working capital. Providing an up to date view on market players and trends, to improve the understanding of supply chain finance techniques and solutions.

2018-05-24T13:19:15+00:00

Objective is for participants to better understand the levers impacting the components of working capital, thereby creating a better match between existing products/solutions offered by the (non) Financial Institution, as well as identifying future opportunities, with financing needs in the corporate supply chain.