Have treasurers 'cracked' the code to effective FX risk management, and what new opportunities now exist? How do smaller corporations in particular avoid adding complexity when seeking to reduce risk? Read More ...
As globalisation continues to drive the need for international payments, corporates are focusing on the underlying FX as well as the payment itself.
In May 2015, a panel of leading corporate treasurers and both international and local banks gathered to discuss some of the most important priorities for corporate treasurers in UAE, and how the banks are responding to these evolving needs.
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.
Despite Basel III being primarily targeted at financial institutions (FIs), it is expected to have far-reaching implications for corporates.
Murali Subramanian, Head of Transaction Banking at ADCB, discusses some of the innovations that are taking place in the transaction banking space, and how these are reflected in the UAE and more widely across the Middle East.
As the influence of non-bank financial institutions (NBFIs) continues to grow, the need for these organisations to access to sophisticated, integrated banking services, also continues to grow.
The cancellation of the – supposedly – guaranteed CHF/EUR minimum exchange rate by the Swiss National Bank (SNB) has once again made clear what risk management means: preparing for unlikely events.
Petrol d.d.'s financial director discusses the company's successful SEPA migration, but also emphasises how treasury has leveraged the opportunity that SEPA migration presents to improve process efficiency and enhance customer service.
Examining a practical solution to reducing the administrative burden of making double tax treaty claims in order to reduce/relieve the need to withhold tax on cross-border lending.