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Issue 163 - March 2008

Issue 163 - March 2008

Treasury Technology in 2008

There are four issues on which we will focus from a technology standpoint: the integration of cash and trade; the evolution of the financial supply chain; SWIFT con nectivity and technology deployment. 

Special Feature

 Treasury Technology in 2008

by Helen Sanders, Editor TMI

Best Practice Articles

 A Time to Get Back to Basics

by Sarah Jones, Managing Director, JPMorgan Liquidity and Investment Products

 The Growing Trend towards Multi-Sourcing

by Hilary Weatherstone, Director of Technology in Lloyds TSB Corporate Markets’ Corporate Asset Finance division

 Achieving Control and Visibility over a ‘Virtual’ Treasury

by David Scriven, Group Treasurer, Yell Group plc

 Sustaining a Long-Term Profitable Treasury - Gaining from Emerging Markets

by Murat Erden, Group Treasurer, Turkcell

 Managing the Market Risks of Acquisitions in Emerging Countries

by François Masquelier, RTL Group Head of Treasury, Corporate Finance & ERM, and Honorary Chairman EACT

 Implementing a Business Support Centre at AVIS Group

by Mark Kightley, Shared Services Director, AVIS Group

Thought Leadership

 Increasing Predictability and Reducing Volatility - Corporate Liquidity in a New Financial Cycle

Panel: Helen Sanders, TMI Mark Beard, Citi Luc Vlaminck, Remy Cointreau Justin Meadows, MyTreasury


 News in March 2008

by Elizabeth Hennessy, TMI

 Letter from the Editor

by Helen Sanders, Editor TMI

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