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Working capital optimisation is a priority for companies of all sizes, but the motivation of these companies can differ quite significantly. This article looks at how key drivers differ for companies of different sizes.
There's never been a more exciting time to be in global trade. While the headlines continue to be dominated by geopolitical challenges, positive forces are setting the scene for a promising 2019 and beyond.
Solar roofing company PetersenDean describe how they successfully utilised supply chain finance to address a significant working capital shortfall.
Eleanor Hill, Editor, investigates whether dynamic discounting deserves to be called a win-win solution by vendors, and finds out what the solution really has to offer treasurers in 2018.
Bruce and Jonathon discuss progress toward truly holistic working capital management and whether treasury teams should be harnessing today’s most advanced information technologies.
Polytrade, a global supplier of raw materials, additives and marketing services, has gained considerable advantages by using the bank payment obligation (BPO) to settle its import business.
Working capital management has emerged as one of the most important priorities for treasurers over recent years and working capital improvement initiatives have become vital to drive shareholder value.
Corporate treasurers in Latin America are operating in an increasingly complex and fast-paced environment. To stay one step ahead, treasury teams must re-engineer legacy processes and embrace digital innovation, while closely managing evolving risks such as cyber threats.
The era of real-time payments is upon us. But the rewards can only be reaped if treasurers embrace the possibilities on offer, and if regulators and banks continue to push towards global, not just local, real-time payments capabilities.
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