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Event report: Whose working capital is it, anyway?

Event report: Whose working capital is it, anyway?

Treasury is in the driving seat. But it has to take the rest of the organisation with it. Who owns working capital? That was the question debated by participants at the latest Working Capital Forum, held on this occasion as one of the streams at Basware Connect in...

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Note to CFOs: time to better manage your supply chain

Matthew Stammers, European marketing director at Taulia (right), argues that corporate CFOs need to move away from ensuring that their companies are properly funded to ensuring that their supply chains are properly funded. I was in a great conversation the other day...

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Building the financially-sustainable supply chain

Building the financially-sustainable supply chain

The first meeting of The Working Capital Forum, held in London, discussed how to optimise working capital without harming suppliers. How do you extend payment terms to optimise working capital but at the same time safeguarding the sustainability of the supply chain?...

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