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Guide to Receivables Finance 2nd ed isbn 9781783582198

Guide to Receivables Finance

ISBN13: 9781783581313
New Edition ISBN: 9781783582198
Published: May 2014
Publisher: Ark Group
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

Receivables finance neatly sidesteps the risk associated with cross-border trade in a variety of ways.

With contributions from respected experts in the industry, including Geoffrey Wynne, Paolo Provera, and Ruth Wandhofer, our report will guide you through the advantages and disadvantages of the different types of receivables finance so you can choose the best source of liquidity for your organisation.

Our report will brief you on:

  • The overall trade financing spectrum;
  • Basel III, CRDIV and the legal and regulatory issues associated with capital adequacy;
  • Agreements and payment types available;
  • Forfaiting and factoring;
  • Credit insurance; and
  • Securitisation

Legal Practice Management
Chapter 1: Overview of trade finance spectrum
Chapter 2: Receivables finance
Chapter 3: Legal treatment of payment instruments
Chapter 4: Legal and regulatory issues under Basel III
Chapter 5: The role of credit insurance in receivables financing
Chapter 6: Distribution techniques and issues
Chapter 7: Cross-border supply chain finance
Chapter 8: Forfaiting
Chapter 9: Factoring
Chapter 10: Trade receivables securitisations