A practical guide to reporting Supply Chain Finance programmes under the latest FASB rules


Companies running supply chain finance (SCF) programmes are now expected to disclose them for any financial year that starts after 15th December 2022. The new rules seem clear, but what do they mean in practice?

In this 45-minute online meeting, Working Capital Forum director Mike Hewitt will be speaking to Ali Ansari from Taulia and Alex Fredericks and Alex Debbink from EY to get into the detail of when, why and how you need to report your use of SCF. We’ll be covering:

  • Who do the new rules apply to?
  • What exactly needs to be reported?
  • What do corporate treasurers need to do?
  • How should SCF providers support clients in their reporting obligations?

If your organisation uses supply chain finance, this is your chance to get the inside track on what precisely you need to do to satisfy your auditors and your shareholders. We’ll give you the information you need to start planning your own route to reporting on your use of SCF.

Sponsored by:


Mike Hewitt

Director, The Working Capital Forum

Alex Debbink

Senior Manager - Financial Accounting Advisory Services (FAAS), EY

Ali Ansari

Managing Director - Product Management, Taulia

Alex Fredericks

Partner, EY

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