In May 2015, a panel of leading corporate treasurers and both international and local banks gathered to discuss some of the most important priorities for corporate treasurers in UAE, and how the banks are responding to these evolving needs. Read More ...
As globalisation continues to drive the need for international payments, corporates are focusing on the underlying FX as well as the payment itself.
Treasurers need to look at their supply chains with an open mind, clearly defining their objectives and assessing their circumstances so that the relative importance of goals such as working capital optimisation or automation to drive efficiency can be determined.
As a result of a merger in 2006, Hilton Worldwide’s treasury executives took a hard look at its treasury operations, and subsequently embarked on an ambitious project to re-engineer its enterprise treasury system.
We spoke to ING Bank Turkey's Head of Commercial Banking about the bank's recent achievements and plans for the rest of the year.
Managing FX risk is a very real and tangible issue: FX losses in 2013 amounted to $17.8bn amongst fewer than 850 multinationals. The Editor discusses the impact on EPS and the serious implications for the international corporate community.
Has SEPA been a failure? TMI's Editor thinks not - but it has not (yet) been an unmitigated success either. Perhaps the SEPA migration deadline is really the beginning and many of the potential achievements of a harmonised payments landscape are still to be realised.
Since the adaptation of the Payment Service Directive (PSD) in 2007, significant progress and integration of payments in the EU has been achieved.