Financial Times: Suppliers lend £327bn to businesses in form of late payments

November 7, 2014 Keith Chapman

A new study shows that delays between delivery of goods and receipt of payments are widening in the UK, writes the Financial Times.

“At about £327bn, trade credit between non-financial companies is 20 per cent bigger than outstanding bank credit, according to Charting the Trade Credit Gap, a report by Professor Nick Wilson of the Credit Management Research Centre at Leeds University and Taulia, the credit research group.”

Read the entire article in the Financial Times

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