The corporate community, using SWIFT for bank communication, continues to grow, not only in the number of organisations involved, but also the influence over the definition and priority of new standards, solutions and services. Read more ...
As companies of all sizes continue to expand their geographic footprint and engage in more complex activities in challenging markets, the scale and complexity of their international payment requirements is increasing.
Supply chain finance is finally taking hold in Latin America. Banks have successfully adapted their supply chain offerings to take account of the nature of relationships between buyers and suppliers in the region, and its legal and regulatory diversity.
As the US economy continues to strengthen, many treasury teams are wisely reviewing established payment practices to allow them to take full advantage of new growth opportunities.
When you free treasury and finance teams from their desks, simplify banking transactions and make business data richer and more accessible, the roadmaps drawn for smarter and more efficient companies.
Companies can now begin to turn their attention to leveraging the opportunities that SEPA presents, and participate in initiatives that explore future innovations for payments and collections.
In the latest installment of our series, 2012 TMI corporate award winner, Karolina Tarnawska of Grupa ywiec (part of the Heineken Group), discusses how her career in treasury has progressed.
CarGarantie has been able to leverage the SEPA migration project to rationalise cash management banking relationships, simplify electronic banking and enhance cash and liquidity management across Europe.
We outline the key changes to hedging under IAS 39, explain the new concepts introduced by IFRS 9 and, most importantly, look at what this means for treasurers.