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31 July 2018

Reverse factoring: Too little regulation and open to too much abuse

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Europe
Features editor
Reverse factoring has been implicated in the demise of two of Europe’s largest corporations – Abengoa and Carillion. Can the holes in reverse factoring accounting regulation be filled to prevent potential large corporation abuse of SMEs in the supply chain finance system?

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