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Top 10 Tips for Managing Trade Credit in 2014

BIIA member Tinubu Square recently has issued its Top Ten Tips for Managing Credit in 2014: Signs of economic recovery should be treated with caution: Trade credit may well become more widely available in 2014, but it is crucial to exercise robust financial management and not to overstretch limits due to an improving market. Don’t overtrade and remember recovery never ... Read More »

D&B Australia Highlights Importance of Trade Credit

Dun & Bradstreet Australia (D&B) has sought to turn the economic debate away from straight bank credit and towards trade credit.  The traditional focus on bank credit has resulted in “a view that is skewed to the larger end of town as credit is much easier to access for this group of businesses”, D&B Australia and New Zealand CEO Gareth ... Read More »

US Trade Credit Environment: Lack of New Trade Credit Extensions

During its Q3 2012 earnings teleconference call, D&B management commented on the current trade credit environment in the US.  Based on insights generated from D&B data on businesses, delinquencies are falling across the U.S.  In terms of new credit, which is companies extending credit to new customers, there’s definitely less of that and there is no sign of improvement. In ... Read More »