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Despite the challenges, the UK’s departure from the EU is an opportunity for corporates to re-engineer treasury workflows, overhaul legacy processes, and revamp treasury models. Andrés Baltar and Daniela Eder, Barclays, share insights on best practice treasury post-Brexit and outline how leading corporates are positioning their organisations for growth in the “new Europe”.
In a rapidly evolving business environment, while it is critical to focus on immediate challenges – from liquidity issues to increased cyber risk – it is also vital to think about ways to make treasury more robust in the future.
Data from a recent HSBC survey titled 'Fit for the future: monitoring transformation to Treasury 4.0' suggests that many treasury and finance professionals believe that Industry 4.0 will be predominantly data-driven, combining the skills of treasury teams and emerging technologies to execute a successful treasury transformation.
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