While few individual products can genuinely offer the ‘win win’ that companies are seeking, a holistic approach to the financial supply chain can offer a ‘win’ for every participant - an essential characteristic of the supply chains of the future. Read more ...
The collapse of the US property market in 2007-8 had major implications for the construction firm Lennox. It made the improvement of accounts receivable performance a top priority, whilst also enhancing customer relations and developing a closer dialogue with higher-risk customers.
Miag, the third largest clearer in Switzerland after UBS and Credit Suisse, recognised that their SEPA migration project was an opportunity to make improvements to payments processing that extended beyond regulatory compliance.
Many treasurers still see SCF as a single point solution - however, it is actually a multi-facet challenge that requires the involvement of various functions and stakeholders.
The decision on the part of Latin American companies to allocate at least a portion of their liquidity to USD-denominated products is considered best practice given the volatility that has roiled the region's debt markets in the past.
The European Market Infrastructure Regulation (EMIR) will change the handling of derivatives fundamentally for treasury operations - but how best to tackle these new challenges?
TMI talk to Neal Livingston about his perceptions and aspirations in his new role as Head of EMEA Global Transaction Services (GTS) at RBS.