Utilise Net Cash Position
Use your excess cash to pay suppliers early through a Dynamic Discounting tool and grow your bottom line with a fully automated system!
Wondering where to deploy excess cash?
We live in a time of uncertainty and constantly changing liquidity needs. At times like these financial executives need tools that cater to both times of cash deficit and surplus. The way their supply chain is managed and financed should constantly adapt.
Finverity ‘s Dynamic Discounting tool allows you to deploy excess cash through an automatic mechanism in order to pay suppliers early. This works on top of the agreed Supply Chain Finance facility that uses 3rd party capital.
The early payment is made in exchange for a discount on the value of the invoice, effectively reducing your cost of goods sold. Why not invest back in your supply chain and access one of the best available returns on cash for short-term investments!
Business is seasonal, liquidity needs change rapidly and the tools your finance and treasury department have at their disposal should be able to cope! Our Dynamic Discounting tool allows you to be in control of how your supply chain is financed and how your cash is utilised.
The setup process for the Dynamic Discounting tool only takes 5 minutes. Our algorithm uses the parameters you have entered to automatically pre-pay the suppliers of your choice and achieve your goal. Payments, reconciliation and real-time reporting have never been this easy.
Supply Chain Security
Some suppliers are critical to your operation and disruption in their ability to deliver or can be disastrous. With Finverity’s Dynamic Discounting tool, you can make sure they always have access to the capital they need with just a click!
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.