The corporate community, using SWIFT for bank communication, continues to grow, not only in the number of organisations involved, but also the influence over the definition and priority of new standards, solutions and services. Read more ...
As companies of all sizes continue to expand their geographic footprint and engage in more complex activities in challenging markets, the scale and complexity of their international payment requirements is increasing.
What comprises best practice risk management in today’s corporate treasury? And how are the industry and its suppliers rising to new challenges for policy, process and technology?
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.
The MMF industry is about to go through a period of transition driven by both impending regulatory change and a sustained period of very low interest rates - and both fund providers and investors remain unclear about how they will impact the future landscape.
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.
In the latest installment of our series, 2012 TMI corporate award winner, Karolina Tarnawska of Grupa Žywiec (part of the Heineken Group), discusses how her career in treasury has progressed.
One of the benefits of the alliance model is that corporations not only have the full support of their global bank, but they may also benefit from a more direct relationship with the local alliance bank if they so wish.
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.