With considerable changes in technology and payments culture since the SEPA instruments were first conceived, the issue now is how to move forward quickly in optimising the new European payments and collections landscape. Read more ...
Because of Asia’s outstanding growth and potential, corporates are eager to adapt to the challenges presented by payments in the region.
Today’s treasury departments need to incorporate the future potential risk premium in interest yield curves – and eventually shortages in liquidity – when they perform scenario analysis.
By freeing treasury and finance teams from their desks, simplify banking transactions and make business data richer and more accessible, the roadmap is drawn for smarter and more efficient companies.
Investing surplus cash in accordance with treasury policy has been a perennial problem for treasurers of cash-rich organisations. Could separately managed accounts (SMAs) help resolve this dilemma?
Has SEPA been a failure? TMI's Editor thinks not - but it has not (yet) been an unmitigated success either. Perhaps the SEPA migration deadline is really the beginning and many of the potential achievements of a harmonised payments landscape are still to be realised.
The re-balancing of the global business landscape is likely to be even faster and more dramatic than the shift of economic growth to emerging regions.
Three types of upcoming change are likely to have a substantial impact on the tax landscape and therefore businesses’ commercial operations - including treasury functions. It is vital for treasury teams to be prepared.