The Editor discusses the details of ING’s recent restructuring programme, including the factors that contributed to the decision and the benefits for customers. Read more ...
With availability of debt funding still tight and banks under continual pressure to protect their assets, it is likely that funding will continue to be difficult to obtain for the foreseeable future.
With less than six months until the Single Euro Payments Area (SEPA) deadline on 1 February 2014, why are so many corporate treasurers and finance managers reluctant to start their migration projects?
Organisations looking to use cloud-based services must be ready to extend their traditional security boundaries to ensure data is appropriately managed and secure, and that services being used go through a thorough risk assessment.
Africa has emerged as an investment destination for a number of reasons, including its abundant natural resources, improving economic indicators and evidence of maturing political stability.
Since the global financial crisis, treasurers and CFOs have recognised that risk demands constant attention. While in most 'traditional' economies it is less challenging to manage financial risk, the Editor considers some of the additional risk management issues that are relevant to emerging …
TMI talk to Neal Livingston about his perceptions and aspirations in his new role as Head of EMEA Global Transaction Services (GTS) at RBS.
Is the ‘collateralisation’ requirement (via CCP) under EMIR causing treasurers to lose sight that of the reports and confirmations that need to be issued?
While cost has long been the main driver for companies setting up shared service centres, other strategic drivers have recently come to the fore - and Latin America has become an increasingly popular location.