HSBC Receivables - A Changing World

HSBC Receivables - A Changing World

Within a highly competitive market, HSBC has invested in finding faster and easier solutions to streamline collection methods.

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Getting Real about Diversity & Inclusion in Treasury

As more employers adapt their hiring process to select applicants from a diverse candidate pool, how can treasurers ensure that Diversity & Inclusion is enacted both while recruiting and within the workplace as a whole? ...

Supercharging Treasury with Industry 4.0 Technology

A range of new technologies introduced by treasury 4.0 are helping to automatically tackle time consuming anomalies, consequently allowing treasurers to spend time gathering greater insight into collected data....

Houston, We Have a Solution: Cheniere Flips the Treasury Script

As well as providing greater cash visibility and control, Cheniere Energy's centralisation journey has delivered significant efficiency and sustainability benefits, turning treasury into a value creator – and award-winner....

Environmental, Social and Governance: The Bigger Picture (Infographic)

78% of the world's top companies now include corporate responsibility information in their annual financial reports - and 43% have already connected their corporate responsibility reporting to the UN's Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). With more and more global consumers expecting businesses to operate in a responsible manner that addresses social and environmental issues, what do treasurers need to be aware of?...

The Robots are Coming: Treasury Evolution in China

China is at the forefront of the global robotics revolution and treasury functions in the country are leveraging this technology to drive cutting-edge innovation. Robotics is just one part of next generation treasury management, however. As Industry 4.0 drives the transition towards Treasury 4.0, China and Asia Pacific-based treasury functions are exploring a host of new technologies, and new strategic partnerships, to make the most of this exciting environment....

Streamlining Tube Fare Repayments in London

Working closely with HSBC’s Global Liquidity & Cash Management (GLCM) team, TfL introduced HSBC’s Beneficiary Self-Management solution early in 2018. This solution is designed to speed up repayments and avoid the inefficiencies of making one-off, low value Oyster card refunds. We find out how TfL implemented it in order to enable better decisions and improve quality of life....