1 Supply Chain Finance Improving Working Capital through effective Financial Supply Chain Management SMMT Meet the Funder 24 th October 2013
2 SUPPLY CHAIN FINANCE Why Use Supply Chain Finance? Protect your supply chain Optimise your working capital Pressure on Working Capital from Credit Terms Other Factors: Long payment terms from customers Supply chain risk Preferential buyer Corporate Social Responsibility Growth created Working Capital requirement Government Initiatives Seize control of your supply chain
3 3 Supply Chain Competitive Tension Invoice Received Order Received Trade Terms Payment received from Buyer Traditional sources of Supplier Funding are expensive and inefficient Bank Loan Bank Overdraft Factoring Invoice Discounting Self Fund Invoice approved 30 Days Public Sector 120+ days in Private Sector Payment Made to Supplier Payment ready to be made
4 4 How does it work? Minimal Impact 1. Supplier delivers goods and services and submits invoice to Buyer for payment Santander s website is available to all suppliers 2. Buyer confirms the invoice and approve it for payment Buyer 1 Supplier 3. Confirmed invoices submitted to Supplier Payments 3 Supplier Payments Invoice Notification sent by to Supplier 5. Supplier sends payment request back to Santander 6. Free Payment made by Santander the same day 100% invoice value paid minus finance fee This service can also be used as a Payment Factory solution whereby payments to all suppliers are made through the platform
5 Santander's Track record in Supply Chain Finance Consumer A Successful Model Leading provider of Supplier Finance & Confirming Across a wide range of sectors and countries including Automotive Product designed by Santander and adopted by the industry as a standard. 20 years experience. Over 200,000 companies (buyers & suppliers). already using this product invoices settled daily Programs in 40 countries
6 6 What are the benefits for Buyers? Optimised Working Capital Reduced Cost of Goods and Services Strengthened, stable Supply Chain and enhanced supplier relationships Enhanced Corporate and Social Responsibility Improved operational efficiencies - Help the Supply Chain to mitigate the impact of an implementation of a payment terms extension - Facilitates further reductions in the cost of procured goods and services - A financially stable Supply Chain reduces the risk of supplier failure and the associated risks and costs - Provision of a low cost early payment facility with your supply chain bestows Preferred Buyer status with your suppliers - Can support the implementation of an Ethical Trading policy with Suppliers - Early visibility into your approval cycle allows queries and errors to be identified earlier in the approval process - Will reduce noise in the AP area
7 7 What are the benefits for the Supply Chain? Early non recourse payment Improved cash flow Significantly reduced risk Improved Balance Sheet - Payments are final settlement of invoices. - Money cannot be reclaimed by the bank. - Suppliers may safely use the money for other purposes - Cash comes into the Supplier s business more quickly helping to improve the Supplier s cash flow as well as reducing their Days Sales Outstanding - As the Supplier receives payment earlier, they are exposed to the risk of non payment for a shorter period. - Reduces need for and cost of Credit Insurance - Increased business opportunities within existing Customer Credit Limits - Money received early can be used to pay down other debt or used for other purposes. - Reduces bank borrowings and help credit ratings In summary, suppliers are able to access funds earlier at a time when credit is becoming increasingly difficult to obtain at a very competitive rate. There has never been a more urgent need for organisations to support their Suppliers and their Supply Chain
8 8 INDUSTRIAL SCALE 200,000 companies 60k invoices per day 50bn paid annually EXPERTISE 20 year track record Supplier engagement model via easy to use online portal Improved working capital Best value procurement Supply chain stability Buyers Confirmed Invoices Scalable Strengthened Relationship Reduced Costs Improved efficiency Regular Suppliers Early Payment Free to Buyer Enhanced cashflow Reduced Risk Better Credit Profile GLOBAL PLATFORM Includes Domestic and International Suppliers Ease of Administration Established Flexible Supplier Payments Supplier sign up Bank strength Buyer benefit Next steps.. Improved Working Capital Improved CSR Increased P&L 1. Engage Procurement 2. Supplier Analysis 3. IT, Legal & Pilot
9 ANY QUESTIONS? Please contact Bob Bousfield-Adams
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