Leading treasurers joined TMI and D+H in a roundtable discussing the latest trends and experiences in in-house banking and payment factories. Helen Sanders, Editor, presents the findings. Read More ...
Because of Asia’s outstanding growth and potential, corporates are eager to adapt to the challenges presented by payments in the region.
A growing number of corporations are leveraging the value from the mobile money solutions that are expanding across developing markets to improve collections security and efficiency.
Clients no longer want their banks to push products in particular segments, such as cash, trade or FX. Instead, corporate treasurers (and their banks) are taking a more integrated approach to working capital.
In this new TMI series, two global business solutions experts discuss their perspectives on how the role of corporate treasury is changing, with growing influence across the business and at an executive level.
Companies do not always appreciate the bigger picture when it comes to the risks involved in international deals — or the trade finance products that can be used to mitigate these risk exposures.
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.