The objective of this project is to strengthen the social and environmental sustainability of the apparel, agribusiness, FMCG, and electronics sectors by supporting the scale up of the Global Trade Supplier Finance (GTSF) Program and its sustainability-linked pricing model. Proposed interventions will include the development of new buyer facilities with sustainability-linked pricing frameworks, suppler onboarding, and support for non-bank SCF platforms to expand their reach in emerging markets.
1) Improve familiarity with and access to modern working capital finance for emerging market suppliers.2) Provide tangible incentives for emerging market suppliers to maintain strong E&Sperformance and/or achieve sustainability certification.3) Increase the penetration of non-bank SCFplatforms in emerging markets
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