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How to de-risk your supply chain and optimise the credit- to-cash process

Adrian Floate
1 February - 5 min read

As published in the Australian Institute of Credit Management January 2023 Issue.

Many companies benefited from a decade of low-interest rates and the fiscal policy measures put in place to minimise the impacts of COVID-19. However, these measures eventually had to taper. Throughout 2022 the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) raised interest rates by 300 basis points, finishing with a 25-basis point hike to 3.10 per cent at the December meeting.

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