Treasurers around the world are approaching a watershed in the way that they formulate cash investment policies and processes, as evidenced by the emergence of new investment products and more competitive rates for instruments that meet banks’ capital and liquidity requirements. Read more ...
In order to reach 80% compliance by January 1, 2015, financial institutions’ systems must be 100% capable of calculating all measurements required by the LCR. Therefore, FIs need to invest, build, test and plan for adoption of the LCR immediately.
In the first of a series of regulatory updates from PwC, corporate are advised to seize the potential of SEPA and not to wait for banks or regulators before going beyond basic compliance.
What is often difficult for suppliers to recognise are some difficult-to-quantify savings, timing and other benefits associated with accepting card payments, benefits they aren’t receiving today as part of the traditional process of invoicing and accepting paper cheques.
As economic and regulatory challenges create greater complexity in managing cash, treasurers have become aware of the importance of defining and delivering on the right investment policies.
Trade is at the heart of economic growth in Latin America. Closer integration of trade finance and foreign exchange can enable companies to lower costs and reduce risks.
Is the ‘collateralisation’ requirement (via CCP) under EMIR causing treasurers to lose sight that of the reports and confirmations that need to be issued?