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eBay users have been flocking to get their hands on a “rare” £5 note.
Reval explains what the takeover means for its corporate customers.
Last week, Treasury Today provided a brief refresher on the US money market fund reform. Now, just under a week since the reforms went live, we speak to Andrew Linton, Head of Global Liquidity Product Development at J.P. Morgan Asset Management who provides commentary on the changes and offers some practical advice for corporate treasurers.
It didn’t take long for third-party providers to spot opportunities in the ‘Know Your Customer’ (KYC) regulatory burden faced by banks and their corporate clients. KYC Registries, and more in-depth managed service providers, have sprung into action to support bank compliance with regulation on money laundering, terrorism finance and the hundreds of other demands for more transparency in the wake of the financial crisis. For treasurers brave enough to jump on board, the new platforms promise a light at the end of the tunnel.
Journeys To Treasury is a brand new thought initiative that builds on an open dialogue between four industry players to provide corporates with experts insights on key topics and potential game changers.
Driving Diversity: Treasury and finance professionals come together in New York to celebrate and champion diversity at the first US installation of the Treasury Today Women in Treasury Forum.
102-year-old women is arrested, but not for what you might think.
New US MMF rules come into force on Friday. Here is a brief reminder of the changes and what they mean for asset managers and corporate investors.
The recent uptick in M&A activity should lead group treasurers and financial directors to take a closer look at zero-based budgeting. Mark O’Toole, Vice President of Commodities & Treasury Solutions at OpenLink explains why.
There is no escaping the taxman in France.