Secure Your Supply Chain
Secure your supply chain from disruption with Finverity by paying suppliers early with without putting a strain on your own working capital!
Seeking ways to ensure supply chain resilience?
We are living at a time of unprecedented uncertainty where unexpected shocks are the new norm. With supply chains becoming increasingly “just in time”, global and interconnected, the effects of a supply shock can be devastating.
The main reason suppliers fail to deliver is the inability to quickly access sustainable working capital when they need it the most. Fortunately, that’s not an issue anymore!
By implementing a Supply Chain Finance facility with Finverity, your suppliers, anywhere in the world, can get paid as soon as the goods/ services have been received and accepted by yourself. On top of a secure supply chain, you gain a competitive advantage over peers through superior payment terms and some great talking points for that CSR story!
Supply Chain Security
Some suppliers are critical to your operation and disruption in their ability to deliver or desire to work with you can be disastrous. With Finverity, you can make sure they are always paid early if they require the cash and you never lose a shipment or a contract due to a missed payment.
A Fintech is not a bank, which means we actually care about our customers. The Finverity platform offers your business a variety of free tools allowing you to optimise internal processes on top of the financing for suppliers. We grow our facilities to support you as your needs increase, so we are in for the long run!
The key success factor of a Supply Chain Finance program is supplier participation. The Finverity platform offers an award-winning interface along with additional features that suppliers will appreciate. Moreover, our team will facilitate the onboarding and provide a range of helpdesk resources.
Alex joins Finverity as Head of Corporate Sales & Origination and brings over 35 years of trade and supply chain finance experience.
The Greensill debacle contains lessons from reforming government lobbying to ensuring that supply chain financing technology provides the asset transparency, processing efficiency and operational control that lenders need. Among those key lessons is a throwback to the 2008 financial crisis: concentration kills.
Supply chain finance is an attractive, low-risk source of uncorrelated returns for investors and a useful treasury tool for companies of all sizes as long as there is transparency into underlying assets and the right technology underpins programmes.