Understand the latest technological developments and the role of bank agnostic platforms in the supply chain finance business
The 4th Annual Innovations in Supply Chain Finance organised by marcus evans will be held on 13th to 14th of February in London, United Kingdom.
Supply chain finance is an area of business which still holds great potential for return on investment, and is beneficial not only to the banks which supply the products, but the buyers and suppliers that make use of them. Investment in technology projects can run to millions of Euros, and there is always the danger that these projects will run over time and budget. The technology and systems required to make these transactions possible are constantly shifting, and staying up-to-date with the advances is vital to remaining completive in a market in which prices are being driven down by the introduction of non-bank entities.
The 4th Annual Innovations in Supply Chain Finance organised by marcus evans will be held on 13th to 14th of February in London, United Kingdom and attendees will learn about the most up-to-date developments in systems and technology for supply chain finance, including how to ensure their million euro investments are in worthwhile technologies.
By attending this conference attendees will be able to be part of more than 14 hours of focused end-user driven case studies and interactive panel discussions and workshops. In addition, delegates will have the opportunity to network with senior level executives.
Learn from Key Practical Case Studies from:
• Deutsche Bank deliver solutions to ensure lasting profitability of supply chain finance programmes. • Santander discuss the bank’s perspective to supply chain finance in a fast‑paced and globalised market.
For more information about this event, please contact Yiota Andreou at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the event website: https://goo.gl/iSU6YU/
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