Global Liquidity and Cash Management Sector Story
Today, more than ever, it is vital that businesses work with partners that truly understand the unique and evolving dynamics of their sector in the markets in which they do business. At HSBC, we partner with our clients across industries and markets, with an extensive on-the-ground network of senior bankers with an in-depth understanding of their sectors, providing a wide range of treasury solutions.
Lance Kawaguchi, Managing Director, Global Head – Corporates, Global Liquidity and Cash Management, HSBC
The Global Liquidity and Cash Management Sector Story
Ask the Experts: What's in it for my Treasurer?
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.
TMI caught up with Lance Kawaguchi to leverage his global expertise on the key topics impacting corporate treasury departments today. He shares 5 top tips on the actions treasurers can take to prepare for tomorrow.
In order to deliver the optimum result for a client's corporate treasury in this changing business environment, a bank must be able to offer a holistic approach that combines cash management and FX.
Discover why major capital goods and automotives (CGA) corporates are often early adopters of new treasury techniques and technology.
Core to the success of the relationship has been HSBC’s open approach, consistent engagement, insights on best practices, regulatory guidance and innovative market-leading solutions.
After a challenging period of lower prices, things are looking far more positive for the NRU Sector. David Andrada, Global Sector Head, Natural Resources & Utilities – Global Liquidity & Cash Management at HSBC explains.
After a challenging period of lower prices, things are looking far more positive for the NRU Sector. View this infographic to make sure you don't miss any of the numbers that matter.
In this dynamic roundtable discussion industry experts share insights on key regulatory and reform trends impacting the future of corporate treasury and the energy sector, how to attract the best talent and top tips for future-proofing treasury.
As the natural resources and utilities sector re-emerges, new challenges lie on the horizon - but also significant opportunities for treasurers not only to optimise their structures and processes but also to add greater strategic value to the wider business.
The Transportation, Aviation and Logistic (TAL) sector is currently undergoing various substantive changes. Collectively, these changes are providing opportunities for TAL company boardrooms and their corporate treasuries alike.
Treasuries in the Infrastructure, Real Estate and Building Materials (IRB) sector operate against an extremely demanding backdrop. As HSBC explains, there are various ways in which leading IRB treasuries are successfully managing despite these conditions.
As HSBC explains, there are various ways in which leading IRB treasuries are successfully managing despite demanding conditions. View this infographic to make sure you don't miss any of the numbers that matter.
While the opportunity to automate receivables offers very substantial rewards in terms of cost savings and efficiencies, there are a number of key factors critical to success that must be overcome first.
Many CBRH treasuries are already streamlining their payment processes through initiatives such as payment factories. A number of these are now turning their attention to an altogether tougher challenge in the form of collections - and more specifically global e-commerce collections.
Well-managed cashless transactions where data is captured in a consistent manner represent a major business opportunity for retailers. In addition, as instant payment systems continue to proliferate there is the further opportunity to reduce working capital requirements by cutting settlement timelines.
Changes underway in payment infrastructures could help CBRH companies to enhance the efficiency of their collections & accounts receivables processes.
There are significant variations in the usage of payment types in the Middle East compared with other regions, which means an alternative approach to receivables management is necessary.
Technological innovation and the rise of new payments methods are having a dramatic effect on CBR sector treasuries as they look to create efficiencies in their receivables processing.