Demica Reaches $20bn of Funding Outstanding as Banks drive Trade Transformation

Demica Reaches $20bn of Funding Outstanding as Banks drive Trade Transformation

Published 21st February 2022 by Demica in News

The market-leading Demica Platform, used by the world’s leading trade banks and corporates to power their supply chain finance programmes, has reached a milestone $20bn in funded programmes outstanding. Defined as the aggregate level of committed facilities or assets outstanding this represents well over $130bn of funded volume globally across its customers’ payables and receivables facilities.

In response to corporates’ increased focus on supply chains and working capital, banks all over the world have looked to build working capital solutions for their local markets. The long-term demand for best-in-class technology and true multi-product flexibility has meant that the Demica Platform has grown at 30% per year over the past seven years.

Able to accommodate the full range of open account trade finance products, the Demica Platform is now being used by the world’s leading trade banks across Europe, North America, South America, Asia, the Middle East and Africa. In 2021 alone, Demica grew annualised recurring revenue by 37%, evidencing the strength of the business and the accelerating demand for its Platform and supply chain finance solutions.

Commenting on reaching $20bn, Demica CEO Matt Wreford said, “We are delighted to hit this milestone with growth continuing through the pandemic period.  Through our recent partnerships with leading trade banks such as HSBC and Standard Chartered, as well as major institutions like Mastercard, we are confident that our high growth rate will continue through 2022 and beyond.”

About Demica

We are a market-leading fintech, powering the trade finance programmes of the world’s largest trade banks and corporations. Demica’s proposition is simple: our intuitive, cloud-based platform enables financial institutions and corporates to automate and scale their working capital solutions. Today, we have over US$20bn of outstanding programmes running through our platform, across the full spectrum of working capital products. Funded by a diverse range of banks and institutional investors, these programmes enable companies to strengthen their supply chains and redeploy capital to drive growth. To learn more, visit

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