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New technologies and new techniques are helping companies move toward a more holistic understanding of supply chain finance. Yet as the concept continues to evolve, treasurers need to be sure they are adequately educated so that they are aware of the full range of possibilities open to them.

Supply chain finance was once seen by most firms as just a single technique—an approach also known as “approved payables financing,” through which the largest company in a supply chain uses its financial heft to help its trading partners secure bank financing at lower rates than the smaller companies could get otherwise. In this approach, payables that the larger company owes to the smaller companies serve as collateral for bank loans.

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