Sami Altaher Spoke on SFNet’s Cross-Border Lending Summit
For any lender, understanding a client’s supply chain is more critical today than ever. One current trend is the shift in production from “just-in-time” to “just-in-case” models, as a result of the global supply chain disruption. Meaning that suppliers are discovering ways to build large inventories under the current constraints in response to worldwide changes. So, what does this mean for non-traditional lenders?
Sami Altaher, President of FGI, explores these ideas alongside Scott Fuller of Gordon Brothers and Robert Erfort from KPMG, in the SFNet panel titled As the World Turns – Not Just in Time; Just in Case? They provide valuable insight from a global perspective into today’s causes of supply chain disruption, its chain reactions, and how the asset-based lending market can benefit as traditional lenders become more and more conservative.
Tune in to find out…
- New industries that are exploring asset-based lending to finance working capital
- Introducing asset-based lending into emerging industries
- New opportunities for growth through M&A transactions
- The benefits of nearshoring vs onshoring to accommodate the supply chain disruption