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Greensill: SCF within the Oil Sector
Greensill’s Global Head of Origination, Roland Hartley-Urquhart, shares his thoughts on how Supply Chain Finance can help oil companies best preserve their capital.
Global Trade Review on SCF in Construction
Pat Allin, Greensill’s US Chairman discusses SCF in the construction industry and Greensill’s partnership with the construction payment software company, Textura, in Global Trade Review.
Greensill named a ‘Provider to Watch’
Spend Matters includes Greensill Capital in its ‘2015 50/50 Provider to Watch’ list. Read more about the business here.
Spend Matters: Greensill’s Partnership with Textura
Spend Matters discusses Greensill’s work in developing Textura’s Early Payment Programme. Read more here.
Spend Matters: Greensill’s Work With Milliken
Spend Matters looks at Greensill’s funding partnership with Taulia in providing SCF to Milliken. Read more here.
Bart Ras Joins Greensill Capital
Bart Ras, formerly HSBC’s Global Head of Business Development in the Trade Finance group, joins Greensill Capital. Read more at Global Trade Review.


Lex discusses Greensill Capital’s journey to date
ABC News interviews Lex about Greensill Capital’s journey from its farming roots in Australia to Lex’s CBE award for services to the UK economy.
Lex Greensill made a Commander of the British Empire
17 June, London: Greensill Capital, a specialist provider of Supply Chain Finance and working capital solutions for companies globally, is delighted to announce that its chief executive, Lex
Greensill wins two Euromoney Trade Finance Awards
Greensill receives awards for setting up the world’s first Supply Chain Finance Fund and for its work with Mexico’s state-owned oil company, Pemex.  
The Financial Times: Greensill Capital “fintech pioneers”
The FT looks at how Greensill is using the capital markets to support SMEs by offering early payments.