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Greensill pledges to help SME suppliers after ombudsman probes

Greensill Capital, the UK finance company for supply chain companies, has said it needs to “think about the way that [its] capital is being delivered” following the announcement of a formal review into supply chain financing by the Australian small and medium enterprise (SME) ombudsman. The lender, which counts former British prime minister David Cameron as an adviser and recieved $655 million in funding from SoftBank last year, has a strong presence in and around Sydney where one of its main offices is located. Greensill’s CEO and native Aussie Lex Greensill Kate Carnell, the inaugural Australian Small Business and Family…
Greensill pledges to help SME suppliers after ombudsman probes

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