Digitising and Greening Global Supply Chains
East & Partners Global Insight report series explores key issues identified by corporate banking customers as part of the group’s long running core research programs including Transaction Banking, Credit, Trade Finance, Business FX, Equipment Finance, Merchant Payments, and Customer Sentiment.
This unique global analysis provides timely ‘voice of the treasurer’ insights into what banks are getting right, how much is at risk for industry laggards, who is driving change, how corporates are adapting to crippling supply chain disruptions and how customers are pushing global Banks to meet their rapidly rising expectations.
The purpose of this report is to identify and guide East’s clients, including banks, financial services providers, industry associations, regulators and legislators on key value opportunities, market gaps and competitive advantages emerging within the global corporate banking market.
Direct interviews were conducted with the top 100 revenue ranked corporates in each of eight countries – Australia, Canada, China, Germany, Hong Kong, Singapore, the United Kingdom and the USA. All interviews were conducted on a direct basis with the individual responsible for the treasury and banking function. CFOs and corporate treasurers from 752 out of a defined population of 800 institutional enterprises with annual turnover of US$725m plus participated in the research without incentive.
Key decision makers including CFOs and corporate treasurers from 752 out of a defined population of 800 institutional enterprises with annual turnover of US$725 million or greater participated in the research without incentive, including an even weighting of multinational corporations (MNCs) and major domestic enterprises.
All interviews were conducted on a direct basis with the individual responsible for the treasury and commercial banking function.
CFOs and corporate treasurers from 755 out of a defined population of 800 corporate enterprises with annual turnover of US$725m plus, the top 100 revenue ranked corporates in each market, participated in the research without incentive.
About the Report
Supply Chain Funding for Growth
Forecast Supply Chain Financing Demand
Where are Supply Chain Disruptions Really Biting?
Go Green or Get Left Behind
Global Supply Chain Regionalisation
Where Must Banks Invest for Supply Chain Supremacy?
Consolidating Supplier Payment Terms
A Holistic Supply Chain Funding Solution
Customer Driven Digital Innovation
The Future of Supply Chain Funding – Where to from Here?
Primary Supply Chain Funding Provider
Supply Chain Funding Methods
Domestic vs International Supply Chain Volumes
Lenders Invited to Pitch for RFPs
Successful ESG Based RFPs Issued
Current Supplier Payment Terms
Reasons to Switch Primary Suppliers from One Geography to Another
Most Significant Impact experienced by Supply Chain Disruption
Estimated Remaining Negative Business Impact
Estimated Revenue Change – Next 12 Months
Areas of Support Not Received from your Bank
ESG Policies Implemented – Past 12 Months
Key Barriers to Implementing ESG Measures
Supply Chain ESG Funding Bank Share of Mind
Digital Technology Implemented
Most Important Digital Functionality Requested
Supply Chain Funding Digital Innovation Share of Mind