Globalisation and increased economic interconnectivity, coupled with rapid technological development, are profoundly changing the face of business. While their implications differ across industries and markets, what is consistent is that business finance leaders everywhere are wrestling with what these changes mean for their firms today and in the near future.
Think instant payments are only for treasurers in consumer-facing businesses? Or that real-time payments offer just a handful of treasury beneﬁts? Then it’s time to take a fresh look at what these schemes mean for cash and liquidity management, and how market innovations such as request-to-pay and auto-investment solutions are enabling treasurers to extract maximum value from the real-time environment.
Multilateral netting is one of the most underestimated ways to optimise intercompany payments and group performance. Martin Bellin, Founder and CEO of the BELLIN Group, explains why multilateral netting deserves a little more attention - and how treasurers can make the most of it.
Two commercially-important countries in Latin America – Mexico and Argentina – have recently announced various significant regulatory changes. Both cases present potential opportunities for treasuries to enhance their liquidity management.
Multinational gold producer OceanaGold needs a scalable, flexible, cash management and liquidity investment infrastructure. The advantages of having a single global banking relationship with HSBC have been underlined by the bank’s support for the company’s international M&A growth and more.