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Greensill: the collapse threatens to kill off a form of financing that is vital to global economy


The recent statement by David Cameron, the former UK prime minister, about his role as a lobbyist and adviser to insolvent finance company Greensill Capital has caused shock waves in business and government circles since it confirmed that the company was already in financial difficulties at the time of his activities.
But one major question getting less attention concerns the future of supply chain finance (SCF), an important tool in the financial arrangements between suppliers and their customers. Greensill was closely associated with this financing and has potentially rendered it unviable.
So what is supply chain finance and why should we be concerned?

Julie Bishop owed $120,000 by Greensill Capital

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The $US930.5 million owed by Greensill’s Australian parent – including at least $2.3 million to former employees – is more than double what administrators are trying to claim for debts owed.

Greensill scandal: government to order inquiry into Cameron lobbying


Greensill scandal: government orders inquiry into Cameron lobbying
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The government is to a launch an independent investigation into former prime minister David Cameron’s lobbying for the now-collapsed Greensill and the role of the scandal-hit financier Lex Greensill in government.
The independent review, commissioned by Boris Johnson, will be led by the legal expert Nigel Boardman, a non-executive board member of the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.
It will look at the development and use of supply chain finance, offered by Greensill, and its associated activities in government, and the role Greensill played in those.

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An independent commission is set to investigate the dealings of former British Prime Minister David Cameron with collapsed financial firm Greensill Capital.

Where is Lex? The ripple effect from Greensill's collapse

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Where is Lex? The ripple effect from Greensill’s collapse
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The rapid and total implosion of Australian financier Lex Greensill’s empire has morphed into an unseemly bunfight, involving a complex web of claims and cross-claims that will play out, painfully and protractedly, in courtrooms and creditors’ meetings in potentially a dozen countries.
With Lex gone to ground, the impact is rippling far beyond Greensill Capital itself to banks, insurers and corporations, with Greensill’s biggest client, steel tycoon Sanjeev Gupta’s global GFG Alliance, caught in the crossfire.
Greensill was expanding aggressively before it collapsed in March. In 2020 alone it added several new subsidiaries to its existing operations in the Australia, the UK, Germany, Singapore and the US: Shenzhen Greensill Commercial Factoring, Greensill Netherlands, Greensill Capital (South Africa), Greensill (UAE), Greensill Switzerland Sarl and Greensill Global Trading.

Claims war to heat up after Greensill Bank assets frozen

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Claims war to heat up after Greensill Bank assets frozen
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Greensill Bank’s Australian and British assets have been frozen after the bank’s German administrators won legal approvals to stop them being sold off, intensifying the war over Greensill’s assets, including invoices owed by Sanjeev Gupta’s GFG Alliance.
The bank, which has been closed, is a direct subsidiary of Greensill’s Australian parent, which means that Australian creditors will not be able to claim on any of the bank’s assets, which included camp sites in Germany worth $US272,000 ($356,000) at the end of 2019.
Greensill Bank’s German administrators will take control of its assets. 

Fallout From Greensill Collapse Splatters British Government, Leaves Taxpayers With Big Losses

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Downing Street’s dodgy dealings with Citigroup and Greensill show just how far the British government is willing to go to line the pockets of banks and other financial firms while bleeding taxpayers dry. 
The collapse of UK-based supply chain finance firm Greensill Capital continues to reverberate. In Germany the private banking association has paid out around €2.7 billion to more than 20,500 Greensill Bank customers as part of its deposit guarantee scheme after the bank collapsed in early March. But the deposits of institutional investors such as other financial institutions, investment firms, and local authorities are not covered. Fifty municipalities are believed to be nursing losses of at least €500 million.

Credit Suisse moves to liquidate Whyalla steel mill, Tahmoor Coal

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Investment bank Credit Suisse has launched legal action that could potentially put the Whyalla steel mill and other steel assets owned by billionaire tycoon Sanjeev Gupta into liquidation.
Citigroup has filed an application on behalf of Credit Suisse in the New South Wales Supreme Court seeking to wind up two entities that are a part of Mr Gupta’s Australian business empire over debts associated with failed financier Greensill Capital.
Sanjeev Gupta standing outside one of the OneSteel mills he bought in 2017.

Fallout from Greensill Collapse Splatters British Government, As Taxpayers Face Big Losses | naked capitalism Downing Street's dodgy dealings with Citi and Greensill show just how far the British government is willing to go to line the pockets of banks and other financial firms while bleeding taxpayers dry.


Downing Street’s dodgy dealings with Citigroup and Greensill show just how far the British government is willing to go to line the pockets of banks and other financial firms while bleeding taxpayers dry. 
The collapse of UK-based supply chain finance firm Greensill Capital continues to reverberate. In Germany the private banking association has paid out around €2.7 billion to more than 20,500 Greensill Bank customers as part of its deposit guarantee scheme after the bank collapsed in early March. But the deposits of institutional investors such as other financial institutions, investment firms, and local authorities are not covered. Fifty municipalities are believed to be nursing losses of at least €500 million.

Greensill Bank customers get $3 billion in deposit protection scheme

Greensill Bank customers get $3 billion in deposit protection scheme

Greensill Bank customers get US$3 billion in deposit protection scheme

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Germany's banking private banking association said on Monday that it had paid out around 2.7 billion euros (US$3.17 billion) to more than 20,500 ...

Icahn Enterprises names Aris Kekedjian as its new Chief Executive Officer.

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The U.S. conglomerate will name its new finance chief at a later date.
Icahn Enterprises LP lost close to 20% in the stock market last year.
Activist investor Carl Icahn said on Sunday that Icahn Enterprises LP (NASDAQ: IEP) will name Aris Kekedjian as its new CEO. Kekedjian had the role of Chief Investment Officer at the U.S. conglomerate until 2019 and has also served at General Electric in the past as a co-executive.
Icahn Enterprises is currently trading at a per-share price of £39.66. In comparison, the stock had started the year at £37.56 per share after recovering from a low of £30.26 per share in March 2020, when the impact of the ongoing COVID-19 crisis was at its peak. If you want to invest in the stock market online, you will need a reliable stockbroker – here is a comparison of the top few to make selection easier for you.

Web domain revelations add pressure on Sanjeev Gupta's metal group

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First published on Mon 5 Apr 2021 11.26 EDT
Sanjeev Gupta’s metals group is to launch an independent investigation after web domains resembling those of commodities trading firms were reportedly registered to a Gupta company email address.
The web domains were only slightly different to existing domains owned by commodities trading businesses. One of the companies affected has sent Gupta’s GFG Alliance a cease and desist letter and demanded an explanation for why the web domains existed, after the Financial Times reported their existence.
The revelations are likely to add to pressure on Gupta as he seeks to find a new lender to finance GFG and its subsidiary, Liberty Steel, after the collapse last month of a key backer, Greensill Capital.

Liberty Steel owes 'billions' to collapsed financial firm Greensill Capital


The founder of Liberty Steel has revealed that the company owes 'many billions' to collapsed financial backer Greensill Capital but insisted none of its plants will shut down 'under my watch'.
Labour has called on ministers to provide clarity on the future of Liberty Steel's UK plants amid fears that thousands of jobs could be lost if the firm goes under.
This week, Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng refused to rule out the prospect that the company could be taken into public ownership, saying 'all options are on the table'. 
It comes as the Government has also been facing questions over David Cameron's links with Greensill when he was prime minister and subsequent lobbying on its behalf after he left office. 

Analysis: Shaken by Greensill, German towns pull millions from banks


Analysis: Shaken by Greensill, German towns pull millions from banks
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FRANKFURT (Reuters) - German towns and cities are pulling money from small, private banks, spooked after losing millions in the closure of Greensill Bank, an experience they said has shattered their faith in the country’s government and financial system.
Monheim am Rhein Mayor Daniel Zimmermann works in his office in the townhall of the North-Rhine Westphalian town of Monheim am Rhein, Germany March 30, 2021. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay
Part of financier Lex Greensill’s insolvent Greensill Capital, the bank collapsed this month and triggered a 2 billion euro ($2.34 billion) bill for Germany’s deposit protection scheme.

Greensill Bank administrators fight for Australian assets

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Greensill Bank’s German administrators are trying to secure assets in Australia following Greensill Capital’s collapse as fast as possible, and are seeking court orders to seize documents and interview representatives of companies in Sanjeev Gupta’s GFG Alliance group and other debtors and creditors.
Stewart Maiden, QC, representing Greensill Bank, told an online hearing in the Federal Court on Wednesday that the bank’s insolvency administrators had a serious duty to protect the estate’s assets.
“In order to get in and protect assets, one first needs to understand what and where they are,” Mr Maiden said.

Greensill Capital: The Collapse of a Company Built on Debt

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LONDON — The courthouse should have already been closed for the day.
At a hearing that began at 5 p.m. on March 1, lawyers for Greensill Capital desperately argued before a judge in Sydney, Australia, that the firm’s insurers should be ordered to extend policies set to expire at midnight. Greensill Capital needed the insurance to back $4.6 billion it was owed by businesses around the world, and without it 50,000 jobs would be in jeopardy, they said.
The judge said no; the company had waited too long to bring the matter to court. A week later, Greensill Capital — valued at $3.5 billion less than two years ago — filed for bankruptcy in London. An international firm with 16 offices around the world, from Singapore to London to Bogotá, was insolvent.

Greensill Capital's U.S. Unit Seeks Chapter 11 Protection


Greensill Capital’s U.S. Unit Seeks Chapter 11 Protection
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A visitor exits the building housing the Greensill Bank AG offices in Bremen, Germany, on Wednesday, March 3, 2021. A probe by Germany’s financial regulator found irregularities with how Greensill Bank AG booked assets related to companies controlled by or close to U.K. entrepreneur Sanjeev Gupta.
(Bloomberg) -- Greensill Capital filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection for its U.S. unit in New York, as another part of Lex Greensill’s trade finance empire seeks safety from its creditors.
The firm filed for administration in the U.K. earlier in March, capping a stunning collapse for the specialty finance firm after key backers walked away over concerns about the valuation of its assets. Greensill’s Australian holding company also entered bankruptcy protection earlier this month.

After Wirecard and Greensill Bank - Battered Bafin's new boss Branson | Finance & economics

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After Wirecard and Greensill Bank
Battered Bafin’s new boss Branson
Cleaning up after the Wirecard scandal
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T TOOK Olaf Scholz weeks to persuade Mark Branson to take the job as the next head of BaFin, Germany’s financial regulator. He was offering less pay for a bigger and tougher job than Mr Branson’s current role as boss of Finma, the Swiss financial watchdog. But in the end Germany’s finance minister won over the 52-year-old Briton, who perfectly fits his idea of the next BaFin boss: an outsider with international experience who knows the banking industry. Before joining Finma in 2010, Mr Branson worked for

Italy guaranteed 86 mln euro Greensill loan to Gupta steel arm, filing says

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LONDON, March 19 (Reuters) - The Italian government guaranteed an 86 million euros ($102 million) loan from Greensill Bank, part of the collapsed Greensill Capital group, to one of steel magnate Sanjeev Gupta’s firms, according to accounts filed with the Italian corporate registry in recent weeks.
The firm, Liberty Magona SRL, secured a guarantee from SACE SpA, Italy’s state-controlled export credit agency, for the loan under measures to help companies navigate the coronavirus crisis, according to Liberty Magona’s accounts for a period from Jan. 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020 which include information on material post-yearend events.
Piombino-based Liberty Magona, which makes galvanized steel, said the three-year loan was taken out in late August last year to strengthen its finances at a time when it was facing weaker demand for its products due to the pandemic.

Tokio Marine faces larger-than-expected Greensill exposure

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Tokio Marine faces larger-than-expected Greensill exposure
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Tokio Marine Holdings Inc. is facing a larger-than-expected exposure to the Greensill Capital meltdown. | BLOOMBERG
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Tokio Marine Holdings Inc. is facing a larger-than-expected exposure to the Greensill Capital meltdown after finding that reinsurance contracts intended to limit losses didn’t cover its unit that did the most business with Greensill.
Tokio’s Australia Bond & Credit Co. — which at one point wrote more than 10 billion Australian dollars ($7.7 billion; ¥838 billion) of insurance policies for Greensill — isn’t covered by contracts with a key group of reinsurers, according to people familiar with the matter. A group of the companies, including Hannover Rueck SE and Scor SE, recently asked Tokio Marine to clarify the Greensill situation and were told by the company that their exposure is negligible, the people said, asking for anonymity to discuss a private exchange.

Berlin hires Swiss FINMA chief to head up Germany's finance watchdog

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BERLIN (Reuters) - Mark Branson, the head of Switzerland’s financial markets regulator, is to become president of Germany’s finance watchdog BaFin, Germany’s finance ministry said on Monday, as part of a shake-up at the regulator after the Wirecard fraud.
FILE PHOTO: Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA) Chief Executive Mark Branson attends a news conference in Bern, Switzerland March 27, 2018. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
Current BaFin president Felix Hufeld is leaving at the end of the month after coming under pressure for failing to spot wrongdoing ahead of the collapse of the payments company.

Greensill Capital Collapse Exposes Less-Than-Adequate Technological Capabilities

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Greensill Capital Collapse Exposes Less-Than-Adequate Technological Capabilities
Lex Greensill promoted his business as the future of finance, talking up a technology superior to Wall Street rivals that allowed him to lend at super-low rates based on real-time information.
But former staff at Greensill Capital, as well as others familiar with its computer systems, paint a very different picture of the technological abilities of the lender.
Rather than risk being assessed through proprietary tech innovations, much of the work was done on spreadsheets or other basic programs. New projects were not always successful, and even near the end, the business was scrambling to find a partner to fill the gap in its tech capabilities.

Berlin hires top Swiss regulator to head Germany's embattled finance watchdog


Berlin hires top Swiss regulator to head Germany's embattled finance watchdog
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FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Mark Branson, the head of Switzerland's financial markets regulator, is to become president of Germany's finance watchdog BaFin, the finance ministry said on Monday, as part of a shake-up at the regulator after the Wirecard fraud.
Current BaFin president Felix Hufeld is leaving at the end of the month after coming under pressure for failing to spot wrongdoing ahead of the collapse of the payments company.

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