Supply Chain Financing

Optimize your capital while keeping your supply chain partners happy.

If you are a supplier, you want to accelerate your receivables to optimize your capital.  If you are a buyer, you want to defer payments to suppliers to optimize your capital.  Supply chain finance serves as a bridge so that suppliers and buyers can both achieve their goals

SunTrust is a pioneer in supply chain financing and we know the importance of the delicate balance between the desire of suppliers to accelerate receivables and the desire of buyers to defer payments. We offer a convenient, flexible and cost-effective way to optimize working capital for both buyers and suppliers. Our secure web portal Supply Chain eLinkSM makes it easy to transact business with us.

Our global supply chain finance solutions will help you:

  • Extend days payable outstanding
  • Improve working capital and corresponding financial metrics
  • Leverage your credit profile to benefit your suppliers
  • Make your supply chain more secure
  • Enhance supplier loyalty

DISCLAIMERS

Supply Chain eLink is a federally registered service mark of SunTrust Banks, Inc.

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