Cyber criminals are now specifically targeting treasury departments, and recent high profile breaches in Mexico are ensuring that cyber fraud is once again in the spotlight in Latin America. As trusted risk managers, treasurers must take responsibility for their department's cyber defences and ensure that corporate assets remain protected.
Lance Kawaguchi, Managing Director, Global Head - Corporates, Global Liquidity and Cash Management, HSBC, outlines a series of best practice tips.
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Drilling Down on Success: M&A in the Oil & Gas Services Sector
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Industry 4.0 is changing the way businesses operate and compete, powering a new breed of treasury management solutions and strategies. Without a robust understanding of the challenges and opportunities that Industry 4.0 – and importantly Treasury 4.0 – brings, companies risk losing their competitive edge....
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