The event is set to take place on March 24 from 9.00 am to 1.00 pm at the Assolombarda Auditorium (Via Pantano 9, Milan). The event also sees the presentation of the results of the 2014-2015 research project by the Supply Chain Finance observatory will be presented. Furthermore, the conference will be used as an opportunity to critically address the following issues:
- What tools are available to supply chains to enable them to access funds? How much do they cost? What benefits do they bring?
- How can we "read" a supply chain and assess its strengths and weaknesses?
- How can the Supply Chain Finance solutions be broken down on an Italian, European and global level? What are the most innovative examples nationally and internationally?
- Can the impact of a Supply Chain Finance solution be effectively illustrated at supply chain level? How?
- What are the main models and evaluation methodologies for creditworthiness to date, and what are their limitations? Can these be overcome?