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There's no disputing the fact that sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) are now central concerns for businesses and, as a result, affect the treasurer's role.
Companies across the globe are beginning to comprehend the benefits that D&I initiatives deliver, raising the question of how can corporate treasures effectively contribute to facilitating diversity and inclusion within the workplace?
As the sustainability conversation gains in popularity across the globe, every part of a corporation – including treasury – is now expected to contribute to and help advance the organisation’s overall corporate social responsibility (CSR) strategy.
As more employers adapt their hiring process to select applicants from a diverse candidate pool, how can treasurers ensure that Diversity & Inclusion is enacted both while recruiting and within the workplace as a whole?
CSR and D&I are initiatives that every treasurer will, by now, be familiar with. TMI's recent Treasury4Good Awards put the spotlight on the innovative projects that are surfacing within these areas, highlighting their importance in today's workplace environment.
More and more treasurers are getting involved in environmental, social and governance (ESG) initiatives. Not only financing them but also embedding them into treasury processes and spearheading departmental sustainability projects.
TMI speaks to five industry experts to understand how treasurers can help shore up supply chains right now – with quick-to-implement solutions. We also examine how companies can finance their supply chains for economic recovery, taking in to account emerging trends such as sustainability and the potential resurgence of domestic sourcing.
BNP Paribas and Kantox’s partnership is testament to the growing cooperation between fintechs and banks seen over the course of 2019. This unique collaboration is a deserving winner of TMI’s 2019 Award for Solution Innovation – FX Risk, helping treasurers to improve their foreign exchange risk management processes by leveraging sophisticated technology, while strengthening their bank relationship
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