Supply Chain Finance

Supply chain finance allows a supplier to sell its invoices to a bank at a discount as soon as they are approved by the buyer. That allows the buyer to pay later and the supplier to secure its money earlier. Instead of relying on the creditworthiness of the supplier, the bank deals with the buyer – usually a less risky prospect.

Supply chain finance is seen by many supply chain experts and managers as the great hope for easing problems with suppliers. Although it actually refers to several different solutions, at its most basic it allows both the buying company and the supplier to improve their working capital – a crucial attribute given the recent financial crisis.

Supply chain finance can also be arranged for the debtor transactions in the supply chain.

Opportunities exist for Tower Investments to establish facilities both locally and off-shore to finance your supply chain through leading international banks.