Alvantia has been a member of the Spanish Network of the United Nations Global Compact for more than seven years. Its corporate culture promotes attitudes and commitments that help to build a fairer,more sustainable and balanced world.
On January 26th and 27th, the “Supply Chain Finance Summit” was held once again, BCR’s annual event where the latest trends in the sector are shown and where the leaders of the trade finance industry share their ideas.
The Alvantia offices are dressing up in red to celebrate their seventeenth Christmas and end a year full of challenges for the company. A 2020 in which we have had to adapt to a new normality and improve ourselves to ensure that everything goes well. This is a brief summary of what this year has brought us…
Confirming or Supplier Financing programs known as Supply Chain Finance (SCF) have proven to be a good tool for managing payments from companies as well as providing financing for their SME suppliers. Since its origin, the product has undergone many variations, improvements, and advances in the market, all of which have served to demonstrate how important it has become to its users as it continues to add value to them in particular and the market in general.
The Factoring Congress is one of the most important events in the calendar of factoring and finance managers and professionals in Poland. This year, due to the circumstances surrounding Covid-19, the congress has been held through an online event divided into two sessions.
There is a key aspect managing the financing of trade credit, in general, and reverse factoring, in particular, which is not always well designed and used, from a trade, operational and risk point of view, in contrast to other financing arrangements: big data.
world’s largest emerging market is not China – it’s women. This forceful statement was made by
economist Sylvia Ann
Hewlett, president and CEO of New York’s Center for Talent Innovation and
expert on gender issues, working with government agencies and non-profit
organisations to promote women in the workplace.
Roberto Gutiérrez (CEO – Alvantia) For the World Factoring Yearbook – BCR publication in association with FCI
It is not easy to talk about tools to generate liquidity for companies and economic crises when the world is going through the worst pandemic that most of us have ever known. This article is being written in early April in Madrid, Spain which is quite clearly one of the places most affected by this situation.
A phrase that is often heard today is that “technology is
changing the way business is done”. Technological development has in fact
forced many companies to change the design of their business, which in turn
affects their processes and their way of working.