The Editor talks to Citi's Oscar Mazza about some of the cash and treasury management trends that are emerging in Latin America, where many of the developments of the past decade are under threat from the current economic problems of the area. Read More ...
In an environment of considerable regulatory and market uncertainty, and growing competition, banks face a dilemma. How do they create certainty for their customers, and differentiate their offering by adding value in new ways?
Thomas Dusch of UniCredit talks to TMI's Editor about some of the trends he is seeing in the way that trade finance and working capital financing solutions are being used by European corporates.
Five industry experts from leading investment management companies joined TMI for a roundtable event, chaired by the Institutional Money Market Funds Association, to discuss some of the most pressing issues facing corporate investors today.
The level and speed of change in financial market infrastructure in many Asian countries, from new clearing systems to currency, tax and trade regulations, is creating complexity but also opportunity for treasurers and finance managers doing business in Asia.
Many multinational companies are investing in CEE as countries in the region are successfully moving towards a marketing economy. A reliable banking partner can help to support firms across their target countries.
The notion of an appetite for risk is something of a paradox in times of crisis. Generally speaking, no one likes risk; we all strive to limit it as much as possible. However, behind this notion is hidden the idea of determining a company’s profile.
Notional pooling is a popular cash management instrument but over the past few months the debate about its future has intensified. Some believe it will disappear in the next two years, others are convinced that it will survive.