The importance of knowing your customers
(13 January 2020 – Global) ‘Supply Chain Finance’ refers to receivables finance, supplier payment terms, working capital finance, distribution/network finance, factoring, and payables finance, depending on who are you talking to.
The difference is evident not just between banks and their business customers but between businesses themselves, with no one set definition adhered to.
This breakdown in communication and language is not limited to trade finance and highlights the importance of knowing your customers and target markets and the language they speak.
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