Cash flow issues: the frequently asked questions - solved

SPONSORED: Alan Gillies is vice president and head of UK sales at American Express Global Corporate Payments.

by MT Staff


 We’re a home-furnishings manufacturer with several overseas suppliers. Our current method of paying them – on invoice with short payment terms and in foreign currency – doesn’t seem to be maximising my cash flow. How can we keep our suppliers happy but extend cash flow at the same time?*

How you pay international suppliers can have broad implications for relationships, the contract terms and exchange rates you’re able to achieve. While the global FX market is intense, volatile and complex, your agenda is simple: you need to make a foreign currency transaction quickly, competitively and confidently.

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