深圳大学管理科学前沿论坛(第79期)

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讲座题目:Frontier Research on the Best Global Practices in Supply Chain Finance
主讲人:MichielSteeman(Windesheim University of Applied Sciences)
时间: 2018年7月9日(周一) 
地点:管理学院资料室2423A  10:40-12:40
主持人:马利军教授管理科学系副主任
内容简介:                        
    Supply Chain Finance (SCF) aims at the optimization of financial flows in a supply chain through collaboration of primary supply chain members, possibly facilitated by external service providers. The concept of SCF came into the attention of academics in the second half of the 2000s. However, schemes and approaches that compose SCF developed long before it. It is possible to identify different phases of evolution of SCF: initially, financing of trade flows between companies (i.e. working capital) was mainly restricted to traditional banking and consolidated factoring applications. As SCF schemes (and the approach thereof) evolved, so did complexity and involvement of third parties. In Europe, this resulted in the development of more refined financial schemes (such as advanced forms of Reverse Factoring), while in China, due to relatively higher costs of information searching and credit monitoring, large focal company took the role of financiers in SCF for their suppliers, exploiting their innate knowledge of supply chain flows.
    This difference between the western (and, specially, European) SCF market and the Chinese one is becoming more and more apparent: in Europe, platform-based Reverse Factoring is still predominant, while the Chinese market sees an increasing relevant role of corporates and Logistics Service Providers within SCF, as guarantors of assets quality towards financial institutions, something that in Europe is present but still significantly uncommon. Moreover, and finally, some of the largest e-commerce platforms in Chine (including Alibaba and Jingdong) have entered the SCF market by providing different types of working capital financing to their customers. Finance is not restricted to cash flows of an individual supply chain, but extended to a whole industry.
    How does those SCF schemes compare with European ones? What is their impact on industry competitiveness? How do they affect transaction cost? What role can we expect from new technologies (such as blockchain and IoT) in this arena? In light of this area of investigation, this seminar presents the characteristics of SCF across European supply chains in terms of schemes implemented, processes, technologies, financing mechanisms and overall SCF approach, in the aim of providing a first comparison with the Chinese SCF landscape.
主讲人简介:
    MichielSteeman is the founder and chairman of the Supply Chain Finance Community that has already brought together over 30 leading universities from more than 20 countries around the world who actively collaborate with companies, banks and governments in the developing field of Supply Chain Finance. See: www.scfcommunity.org
    He leads the initiative for the Dutch government to develop supply chain finance for the logistics sector with a special focus on small and medium sized enterprises. As part of this government supported initiative he oversees several large research projects in the field of supply chain finance on themes such as blockchain, circular economy and financial service models for logistics companies.
    From 2009 to 2012 Michiel was elected into the Executive Committee of Factors Chain International, a worldwide organization with more than 300 member in over 65 countries.
    MichielSteeman was selected in 2013 as the inaugural holder of the Supply Chain Finance Professorship at the Windesheim University of Applied Sciences in The Netherlands. He also launched The Cool Connection, a business simulation and training tool that bridges the physical and financial supply chain by bringing together finance, sales, procurement and supply chain in a virtual decision making environment. See: www.thecoolconnection.org
    His working experience includes a variety of roles for Deutsche Bank, NIB Capital, NMB-Heller such as relationship management, risk management and marketing. In his last role at ING he was member of the Management Team and responsible for product development and strategy for leasing and factoring with operations in 14 countries and almost 3000 employees.
 
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