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Visionary, Bold, Disruptive

Each month, Greensill’s team of experts contribute to the latest insights and analysis, setting the agenda and leading the discussion on unlocking capital so you can put it to work.

Whitepaper

28th October, 2018

Supply Chain Finance and Aviation

The aviation services market is expected to grow 4.2% per year, to become an $8.8 trillion market. To fuel this expansion, the aviation industry is going to need a great deal of capital, and traditional bank financing is falling short.

Whitepaper

4th April, 2018

The Future of Supply Chain Finance

As Supply Chain Finance evolves, Greensill believes companies will increasingly use technology to unlock capital so they can put it to work and reduce the need for traditional borrowing.

Whitepaper

3rd April, 2018

Supply Chain Finance and Innovation

Innovation in Supply Chain Finance is about the ability to meet the greatest challenges of a business with an approach that is at once meticulous in its attention to detail and boundless in its creativity.

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