The Editor speaks to industry experts about the key elements of Basel III that corporate treasurers need to be aware, and what treasurers should be doing in preparation for the upcoming changes. Read More ...
The author summarises the findings of a workshop focused on investment strategies for treasurers in the ongoing low interest rate environment, featuring a corporate case study from Tate & Lyle.
Professionals in treasury, finance, procurement and corporate travel appreciate the contribution that commercial cards can make to an effective working capital strategy, plus their value in terms of convenience, control and reporting.
Effective cash concentration requires automation to eliminate manual movement of funds, improve efficiency, reduce paperwork and create opportunities to aggregate cash more effectively – not least by maximising cut-off times in various country accounts.
Siemens AG recently optimised its receivables processes in a complex, global shared service landscape. We find out how.
With many of the world’s fastest growing companies headquartered in Asia, across a wide variety of industries, we are seeing substantial growth in the number of Asian multinationals expanding their business into Europe.
There is a tendency to believe that technology evolution will erode or even replace personal relationships with clients, and indeed, many banks have allowed this to happen.
The crises brought to light weaknesses in the way that financial institutions and corporates across the globe were incorporating credit risk into financial instrument valuation, accounting, disclosure and risk management processes.
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.
The EU endorsement process for IFRS 9 was escalated and endorsement is expected in the second half of 2015. If this proceeds as expected, the earliest date of early adoption could be 1 January 2016 or even earlier.
Over the past three years BG Group has entered a major investment phase and this resulted in substantial changes to the balance sheet. Consequently, the company had to devise and implement changes to its funding strategy.
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