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The allNETT solution is used by banks of all types and size and is packaged as an out-of-the-box SaaS offering to optimise operational efficiency.
By moving multi-party processes onto the blockchain in the form of an eNote, transactions can be settled instantly.
A poll of around 1,700 corporate treasurers, CEOs, CFOs and business owners found that 45% of Singapore’s corporates have a well-defined digital strategy.
Backed by China Export & Credit Insurance Corporation, the mid-tenor facility is supporting a 90 megawatt plant located in Myingyan township, in the Mandalay region.
While the official deadline is still over one year away, it is strongly recommended that banks have put alternative measures in place by the interim deadline of 30th September …
Vinmar International has selected TreasuryXpress's enterprise TMS to help achieve greater control over cash positioning and liquidity management processes.
We are delighted to announce a brilliant new hire to our Editorial team: the hugely experienced Tom Alford is joining TMI as our Deputy Editor.
Philip Glickman will oversee the Merchant Services strategy, product development and delivery,
GTreasury has announced the release of SmartPrediction, which improves cash forecasting accuracy by applying artificial intelligence to treasury data.
In 2019, HSBC excelled in sharing knowledge with clients and creating leading edge solutions to fit treasurers’ current needs and future aspirations, making them the undisputed winner of TMI’s Award for Global Bank of the Year for Cash and Liquidity Management.
As businesses across Europe accelerate their digital transformations, savvy corporate treasurers have a unique opportunity to secure enriched data insights, which could enable treasury functions to become operationally and financially fitter.
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.
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