RPA is a concept that is beginning to make waves in the treasury industry, delivering countless efficiency benefits and helping to automate tasks that were previously highly manual. But, how can treasurers get the most out of this new technology?
With 2019 firmly underway, Jim Fuell, J.P. Morgan Asset Management, tackles some of the most important strategic challenges facing corporate treasurers over the coming months, including regulatory reform, the outlook for cash investors and rising interest rates.
Currency volatility in Africa is being fuelled by unprecedented economic shifts in global markets. Given that most African economies have fragile economic fundamentals, weak growth and high fiscal risks could hinder their ability to benefit from the currently on-going global rate …
The combination of better, increasingly real-time data and easier, more bespoke ways of exchanging this data, has an alchemic effect. Increasingly, treasurers’ role becomes less one of transaction execution and more one of analysis to drive value-added decision-making.
Technologies such as artificial intelligence have the potential to make it easier for treasurers to gain visibility and control over their cash. But simply investing in these technologies is not enough to achieve working capital efficiencies.