Greensill is the market-leading provider of working capital finance for companies globally. We unlock capital so the world can put it to work. We provide Supply Chain Finance around the world, but we are about much more. Greensill uses the power of financial markets to unlock capital on terms that fit the needs of our clients, from 20 days to 20 years and beyond.
Confronting our clients’ greatest needs inspires us to create new and innovative solutions to seemingly insurmountable challenges. At Greensill we see past the problem to develop the best solution for your balance sheet.
At Greensill our client’s latest challenge is our inspiration to innovate. Every day we create new and exciting products to help them optimise their balance sheets, unlocking capital so they can put it to work.
Oracle and Greensill have worked together to deliver best-in-class Supply Chain Finance solutions since 2014. Every day our partnership employs Oracle’s cutting edge technological platforms and Greensill’s innovative financing to unlock capital so our clients can put it to work.
Taulia and Greensill combine world-class technology with highly innovative financing instruments. The result is a true FinTech where our customers achieve superior working capital outcomes for themselves and their suppliers.
The ease of dealing with the Greensill system has been a big benefit to my business, and it has helped me to grow and expand.
Construction Claims Consultants
Greensill financing has given our business flexibility to manage our cash flow and to grow in a controlled manner by securing larger contracts along the eastern seaboard of Australia.
Supply chain finance helped GFG Alliance build a $12 billion turnover global industrial enterprise in less than 4 years.
Liberty House Group
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.
The 2018 Christmas supply chain was be the longest and most valuable ever with more than $110 billion locked up in invoices waiting to be paid to thousands of suppliers around the world.
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.
The technological revolution has transformed the global financial landscape, but there is even greater change on the horizon.
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.