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In the wake of the row over a monkey selfie on Wikipedia, the US Copyright Office has issued new guidance. But photograph-taking monkeys and other creative animals are not the only ones who will now be deprived of protection for their ‘intellectual property’.
The IFRS 9 accounting standard is generally considered an improvement on its predecessor, IAS 39, in a number of ways. But what does it mean for corporate treasurers?
In the last twelve months a number of large corporates have issued green bonds as a way to raise financing and the market looks set to increase even more over coming years. Yet what actually makes a bond ‘green’? Treasury Today investigates.
With bank lending in retreat across Europe, a great deal has been written of late about the nascent alternative finance market for Small and Medium-Sized Businesses (SMEs) and, equally, the funding opportunities for large corporates in the debt capital markets. But what about the companies that are too large to benefit from alternative SME finance, yet too small to issue high-yield debt?
Treasury outsourcing is a topic which generates strong opinion among corporates. Yet it is often not fully understood. Treasury Today outlines some of the benefits outsourcing can offer a treasury and explores how to maximise these.
New research suggests the continuing corporate recovery is driving dividend growth. But while Europe and Japan experienced decent growth, dividends actually fell in emerging markets during the second quarter.
Ever been frustrated by your children ignoring your texts and phone calls? Thanks to one anxious mother from Texas, there is now an app for that.
Bilateral and regional free trade agreements (FTAs) have been proliferating at an astonishing rate across Asia in recent years. But how many businesses in the region are actually utilising them? And of those that are, how much of a difference are they making to their trading activities?
When a Los Angeles area resident reached a settlement after a legal dispute with a local insurance company, he didn’t expect his compensation to be delivered in a dozen buckets too heavy to lift.
Banks are being forced to reassess their corporate offerings as a result of the increasingly globalised nature of corporates, as well as changes in regulation. What will the impact of this be on corporate banking relationships?