As economic and regulatory challenges create greater complexity in managing cash, treasurers have become aware of the importance of defining and delivering on the right investment policies. Read more ...
The rapid pace of the renminbi’s (RMB’s) internationalisation over the last 12 months has fundamental implications for corporate treasury, to the point where immediate action is required. It is no longer a case of considering what to do about the RMB, it is about actually doing it.
A vital element of the migration project is the use of XML ISO 20022 formats on which SEPA payment instruments are based. We look at the affiliated issues that treasurers need to be made aware of.
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 major innovation of new communication media, such as smartphones and tablets, creates new practices and new requirements from their users. Meeting this expectations is a key challenge for e-banking.
Separately managed accounts can provide an attractive alternative for treasurers looking to generate higher yields on their excess cash than are available from money market funds.
The problem of how to best manage foreign exchange volatility has plagued multinational companies for decades, and is often cited as one of the top concerns amongst treasurers.
TMI talk to Neal Livingston about his perceptions and aspirations in his new role as Head of EMEA Global Transaction Services (GTS) at RBS.
Has IAS 39 and the hedge accounting exception been beneficial for the profession of the treasurer or not - and how will its successor improve upon it?
The creation of the Pacific Alliance and Integrated Latin American Market (MILA) are just two of many recent developments - and provide clear incentive for companies looking to expand internationally to view Latin America as a land of significant opportunity.