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DS-Concept USA Appoints Bryan Maloney as West Coast Business Development

 

NEW YORK, NY- DS-Concept USA, a leading provider of international trade finance to the small and mid-market, has appointed Bryan Maloney to oversee business development activities in the western region of the US. As the Vice President of Business Development for DS-Concept USA, Bryan is based in Los Angeles and specializes in structuring supply chain finance and factoring programs for small and middle market companies globally.
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DS-Concept Pakistan Announces $50 Million in Recent Transactions
Karachi, Pakistan- DS-Concept Pakistan has announced $50 million inclosed transactions and is on track for a record year. Among the industries served are exporters of various sizes in the ready-made garments, home textiles, textiles, food and sporting goods sectors.
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DS-Concept Provides $3 Million Factoring Facility to Garment Exporter in Bangladesh

DS-Concept has provided a $3 million export accounts receivable facility to a multinational garment exporter headquartered in Hong Kong with a factory in Bangladesh. The client, exporting ready-made garments to retailers and wholesalers across Europe, is implementing this facility to meet the demand for open account payment terms by numerous overseas buyers.
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Entrepreneurial Factors Step Up to the Plate: Cross-Border Deals on the Upswing
Cross-border receivables finance and other forms of trade finance are increasing and part of that growth is due to U.S. entrepreneurial factors stepping up to the plate to provide critical funding to companies expanding internationally. Our VP of Sales, John Stillwaggon, and other key players in the entrepreneurial factoring space discuss the challenges and opportunities in cross-border deals.
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In Supplier Finance, the Importance of Early Payment Programs
In the world of trade finance, we are seeing a recent trend for implementing supplier finance schemes. Large corporates like Proctor and Gamble use vendor finance programs for increased cash flow but more importantly to strengthen the financial health of their most important stakeholders; their vendors.
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