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Treasury Today Asia July/August 2016 magazine cover

July/August 2016

Publication date: Jul 2016

Nominations now OPEN

On June 13th the 2016 Adam Smith Awards Asia opened for nominations, giving treasury departments across the region the opportunity to gain vital recognition. A number of submissions are already in.

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Treasury Today Asia May/June 2016 magazine cover

May/June 2016

Publication date: Apr 2016

Please speak up now…

Our Corporate Treasury Benchmarking Studies have been leading the industry since 2009. Thanks to the 3,500 of you who have taken part, we have built up a very clear picture of the key issues and challenges affecting corporate treasury and, importantly, provided some of the KPI metrics against which you have been able to benchmark yourselves.

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March/April 2016 Treasury Today Asia Magazine

March/April 2016

Publication date: Feb 2016

Diversity in the spotlight

As our industry moves towards a more diverse and inclusive future, our Women in Treasury initiative becomes ever more important.

On 14th April at the South Beach in Singapore we will host our third Women in Treasury Asia Forum. Designed to discuss gender equality within corporate treasury, we welcome women and men to attend and to continue to develop this discussion around diversity and inclusion on a broader level within this field.

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Treasury Today Asia January/February 2016 magazine cover

January/February 2016

Publication date: Jan 2016

2016 – No time for monkey business

Monday 8th February 2016 will see the world’s most populous country celebrate Chinese New Year and welcome in the Year of the Monkey. People born under this sign of the zodiac are believed to be: smart, quick-witted, frank, optimistic, ambitious and adventurous.

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Treasury Today Asia November/December 2015 magazine cover

November/December 2015

Publication date: Nov 2015

ASEAN: the creation of a regional powerhouse

As our November/December issue hits your desks thoughts are turning to the completion of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), the deadline for which is set for 31st December. Since its founding in 1967 the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) has aimed to foster economic growth, social progress and cultural development in the region; to promote regional peace and stability and to provide assistance to each other, amongst other aims.

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Treasury Today Asia September/October 2015 magazine cover

September/October 2015

Publication date: Sep 2015

We live in volatile times

As we head to Singapore for SIBOS 2015, the front pages of the financial press are still dominated by China’s stock market rout and the impact of the country’s decision, on 11th August, to devalue the renminbi by 2%. The statistics paint a sorry picture: since June 2015, China’s equity markets have dropped by almost 40% and China’s foreign currency reserves shrunk by $93.9bn at the end of August – the largest monthly fall ever recorded.

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Treasury Today Asia July/August 2015 magazine cover

July/August 2015

Publication date: Jul 2015

Stabilising China’s stock markets

At the time of writing, investors across the globe are watching the Greek debt crisis unfold. Yet China is experiencing a crisis of its own, with the Shanghai and Shenzen Indices having lost almost a third of their value since the highs set on 12th June this year.

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Treasury Today Asia May/June 2015 magazine cover

May/June 2015

Publication date: May 2015

A step in the right direction

All eyes are on the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) as the ten-member bloc continues to work towards the creation of a single market. Designed to allow a free flow of goods, services, and investments, the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) should also allow companies based in ASEAN to secure better access to raw materials, and to leverage a freer flow of capital and labour. In fact, a report released by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) and the Asian Development Bank last year suggested that the AEC could create 14 million new jobs and see the region’s annual growth rise by 7.1% over the next decade.

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Treasury Today Asia March/April 2015 magazine cover

March/April 2015

Publication date: Mar 2015

Year of the Ram: economic impact

As the pivotal holiday in the world’s largest economy and most populous country, Chinese New Year has an increasingly large impact on corporates across the globe. Prompting the most significant mass migration of people on the planet, the Spring Festival leaves factories empty and sends ripples through supply chains the world over. It also leaves the financial markets quiet, not least because the majority of indices in the Asia region shut for at least a day to mark the event.

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Treasury Today Asia January/February 2015 magazine cover

January/February 2015

Publication date: Jan 2015

Mobilising the APAC markets

The ascent of mobile is arguably the greatest innovation that the payments industry has seen in recent memory. Nowhere does the mobile revolution hold more promise than in Asia. After all, the region accounts for over half of the world’s mobile devices. There is also a significant move towards m-commerce in APAC, with over 50% of all Asia-based online transactions in 2015 set to be made by mobile, according to Criteo.

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