Investing in Supply Chain Finance as an Asset Class - World Supply Chain Finance Report 2019

The World Supply Chain Finance Report 2019 provides an overview of recent developments in the global supply chain finance market on a regional basis and through specialist articles. The regions of focus for this report are APAC, Europe and the Americas.
  • Submitted 14 February 2019
  • Applicable Law European Union , Hong Kong SAR , People's Republic of China , UK , USA
  • Topic Commodity Trading & Finance

This article was first published by BCR Publishing in January 2019, who have agreed to Simmons & Simmons making it available on elexica.

Substantial growth within the APAC supply chain finance market is reported, while the European and American markets, although still increasing, have slowed down compared with the previous year’s rate of growth. Each region has reported the impact of technological developments within supply chain finance and the benefits it has brought to the products implementation. A key trend reported across the board is the presence of blockchain and its effect on supply chain finance.

For the typical asset backed investor in a rapidly expanding market with strong growth, opportunities in the supply chain finance market should be plentiful, however, they remain relatively untapped as an investment asset class . As a specialist contributor, Jolyon Ellwood-Russell provided his thoughts on “Investing in Supply Chain Finance as an Asset Class”.

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