PrimeRevenue to Highlight the Part of Provide Chain Finance as a Functioning Capital Optimization and Danger Management Remedy

Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 28, 2014

PrimeRevenue, Inc., the solution provider for optimizing money flow in worldwide economic supply chains announced nowadays that Matt Doorley, vice president and general manager for the Americas and Brian Medley, strategic account executive will deliver a crucial presentation on the part of Provide Chain Finance as a strategic working capital optimization tool. Titled Supply Chain Finance: The New Battleground for Major Organizations, the presentation will be part of the Minnesota AFPs 32nd Annual Conference held by the Association for Financial Pros at the Saint Paul River Centre in St. Paul, Minnesota on April 29.


Improving operating capital for all parties in the provide chain is important in todays marketplace. Faced with elevated money flow requirements, corporations are seeking for revolutionary options to minimize danger in their provide chain whilst injecting liquidity to increase development, said Matt Doorley, vice president and general manager for the Americas.


The general aim of Supplier Finance is to optimize functioning capital throughout the finish-to-end provide chain for both purchasers and suppliers. The OpenSCiTM suite of applications enables purchasing organizations to produce operating money flow even though creating a true win-win situation for their whole supply chain with deeper and broader trading relationships. With payments produced electronically frequently on the subsequent business day, and with no transaction fees, operating capital is reduced and money flow is less constrained, enabling suppliers to reduce Days Sales Outstanding (DSO) and sustain a healthier balance sheet.


We see strong demand for Provide Chain Finance from huge purchasing organizations as well as their suppliers, adds Doorley. Thousands of companies from various industries have already implemented Provide Chain Finance applications with PrimeRevenue and achieved a lot more than $ one hundred Million in cash flow within a few months. Supplier Finance has emerged as the most well-liked remedy for working capital management.


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For organizations that view their provide chains as a strategic asset and are searching for to enhance supply chain efficiency, PrimeRevenue has the answer. PrimeRevenue provides money flow to a lot more than 14,000 purchasers and suppliers by way of its OpenSCi suite which delivers the handle and flexibility required by organizations to optimize their functioning capital and decrease expenses and dangers throughout the financial supply chain. Headquartered in Atlanta, PrimeRevenue also has offices in London, Paris, Frankfurt and Prague, as well as in Melbourne and Hong Kong, and operates some the largest provide chain finance programs for clientele about the globe. For far more information or to contact us, please check out


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Q&A: Private Equity, Assest Management and Investment Banking?

Question by Confused: Private Equity, Assest Management and Investment Banking?
I feel i get the gist of how these three differ. But I’m not entirely sure. Could someone define and describe these please?

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Answer by FatHalo
PE’s are private companies (not listed on exchanges) who usually take over all or part of other businesses equity (and voting voices) in order to take control the management using different types of strategies (LBO’s, Venture Capital, Growth capital, Distressed, Mezzanine …) PE’s invest their money into companies in order to take them over, influence their management and/or finance a capital-strapped company on advantageous terms all in the objective of benefiting from long term return on equity.

Asset management firms are rather intermediaries who advise and invest in and manage funds on behalf of their clients. These firms apply ” financial analysis, asset selection, stock selection, plan implementation and ongoing monitoring” in order to provide portfolios that fits the needs, objectives and risk tolerance of their clients and reach the optimal return for the given risk. They are not behind a specific stock, company, bond or any other asset class (that might include PE), they just manage the allocation of funds among these.

Investment banking is a little bit fuzzy word, but in its strict meaning, it refers to firms that help in the securitization, security issuance (equity or bonds), IPO’s, mergers and acquisitions, underwriting, … So, investment banks do not actually own the shares they help issue in case of an IPO (well sometimes they do) but it is only with the intention of selling them on the secondary market, with hopefully high enough spreads.

So few criteria to distinguish between the 3 if you will is the level of ownership of assets, degree of involvement and holding horizon. I would rank the 3 companies from ‘high’ on all these 3 criteria (PE) to ‘low’ (IB). PE’s make big and long term commitments by taking over a majority or minority parts of a company (think about Cerberus in GMAC) in order to either influence its management or take advantage of a long-term capital need. Asset managements only construct portfolios of different assets on behalf of their clients and do not own these assets themselves (If one asset loses value, only investors holding that specific asset lose money, the AM company itself do not incure any loss, whereas for an PE, if a company make a loss, the loss is reflected in the value of PE and all investors in PE take that loss). IBs theoretically do not get involved in the asset price or value beyond their function as advisors and underwritters (well they could lose money in some cases)

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Can principles of structured finance be used in single bank management?

Question by Artyom: Can principles of structured finance be used in single bank management?
bank usually takes money and gives them as loans. Is there any theory about structured finance principles used in single bank management. Make tranches by persons who give bank money, and paying them back by waterfall rules.

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Answer by Mohammad
1. By ‘single bank management’ do you mean ‘unit banking’ (that banks having only ‘single’ office, as distinct from ‘branch banking’ with many offices)?

2. Any way, whatever type of bank you have in mind, the principles of bank finance are same for all the types of banks.

3. Usually, Central Banks of a country (or banking regulatory authorities) issue general guidelines to banks in regard to bank finance.

3. So, the bank you have in mind can follow the structured finance, if it has the necessary expertise and the organisational strength.

4. Please go through a book “Structured Finance: A Guide to the Principles of Asset Securitization” at:

5. You may also visit the relevant sites at the following link, for more information:

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Q&A: Board of Management Titles for an LLC?

Question by Michelle S: Board of Management Titles for an LLC?
Could someone give me an list of titles for a LLC? My sister and I both own it equally, so I assume we are Co-Chairman. So what are the titles that come after that? I was told that the titles are different from Board of Directors titles.
Does anybody know where I can find info on this?

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Is bachelor degree in supply chain management at ashford university worth it?

Question by Choupasta: Is bachelor degree in supply chain management at ashford university worth it?
Just need some suggestions and reviews..tried to look for reviews online for this, but have not find any..and also needs to know how many classes do you need to take with ashford online to be full time student with one(3 credits) on ground class.

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Answer by Betsy
Ashford is a for-profit school and such schools should be avoided. Although it is regionally accredited, the accreditation may have come with the school when the school was purchased from the Sisters of St. Francis. The regional accrediting agencies are changing their policies allowing companies to get accreditation when they purchase campuses from other schools, skipping the accreditation process.

Below is a link to the Wikipedia article on Ashford. Be sure to read the section title “U.S. Department of Education Audit.”

You might also want to google “Ashford University scam,” and read some of the material you find.

Almost every state has at least one public college offering a bachelor’s degree in this area. I’d suggest that you find one in your state. You can get a better education there. You will also end up paying less. Your tuition and living expenses combined will probably be less than tuition alone at Ashford. If you really must take online courses, then talk with the public college about courses they might be offering online.

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Two New Practical Guides Explain How to Tackle Business Continuity Management Challenges

Ely, England (PRWEB UK) 17 May 2013

ISO22301 and business continuity management (BCM) come under the microscope in two new titles from specialist publisher IT Governance Publishing ( (ITGP).

A Managers Guide to ISO22301, by established author and operational risk management and business continuity expert Tony Drewitt, provides a comprehensive guide to understanding BCM and ISO22301. Drewitt has helped small, medium and large organisations develop their BCM policies, strategies and plans since 2001.

Offering a concise and practical overview of the subject, A Managers Guide to ISO22301 is essential reading for all managers, executives and directors with any interest or involvement in operational risk or business continuity management.

Drewitt says: You cant start planning to deal with disaster when disaster is striking. Once it occurs, operational risk – the risk of the unexpected disrupting your business – can be wide-ranging, with effects that extend from financial loss all the way through to catastrophic business failure.

The emergence of the ISO22301 international standard for business continuity, together with a certification scheme, puts management and customers in a position where they can look for evidence that their company, and its supply chain, is genuinely prepared and in a state of overall readiness. Thanks to the fact that ISO22301 is a specification, users are also provided with a set of standard requirements when conducting an audit.

Drewitt has also authored a second new title from ITGP, entitled ISO22301 – A Pocket Guide. The book offers a brief compendium of expert advice on how to satisfy the requirements of ISO22301.

Dedicated to helping readers understand business continuity international practice and what they might need to do to develop a fit-for-purpose BCM system, the work provides the essentials of BCM in a nutshell.

Drewitt says: ISO22301 gives the what but not the how of BCM. The Pocket Guide provides a top-level insight into what is required to develop world-class BCM capability and will help readers to decide when to embark on the development of a BCM system.

A Managers Guide to ISO22301 can be ordered online, in multiple formats, at (UK) and at (US). ISO22301 – A Pocket Guide can be ordered online at (UK) and at (US).

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