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    Adam Smith Awards Asia 2016: the results are in

    General Electric, Lenovo, Alibaba and Intel are just a few of the names recognised for their innovative solutions in this year’s Treasury Today Asia Adam Smith Awards.

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    Cooling down the presidential race

    Things got very heated between Trump and Clinton during Monday night’s presidential debate; maybe they could have done with something to cool them down.

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    New products, greater choice for sterling cash investors?

    In a lower for longer interest rate environment, corporate investors that want some return on non-immediate cash are having to look beyond money market funds. Asset managers are responding to the demand for alternatives with new product innovations.

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    The BPO breaks new ground

    Two new transactions highlight that support for the emerging trade finance product is building momentum.

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    Women in Treasury: the debate moves on

    Women and men must work together to conquer unconscious bias and to drive diversity. This was the clear message from our latest Women in Treasury Forum in London.

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    The hitchhikers guide to losing the plot

    Hitchhiker goes on a rampage after spending four days waiting for a lift.

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    ECR report: are financial markets entering a new phase?

    After the first week of September stock prices have declined, the yield on 10-year US Treasuries broke out to the upside from a chart-technical perspective and the 10-year Bund yield has turned positive while the dollar appreciated. This could well herald a new financial market phase. Particularly as it is increasingly likely that central banks are coming to the following conclusions:

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    Panda bonds: beyond black and white – part two

    Last week, Treasury Insights looked at the development of the Panda bond. Now we look at what is holding the international community back from issuing Panda bonds and what can be done to change this.

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    Trending today

    The world of treasury sits astride multiple corporate functions and is perfectly placed to see trends unfold. We look at some of the key developments of the day.

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    Sponsor Interview: 
    Simon Jones, J.P. Morgan

    Many aspects of the corporate treasury and banking worlds have changed considerably over recent years. But whilst this newness has an aura of threat – we talk daily of crises, volatility, recession and risk – it is also filled with promise, excitement and opportunity like never before.

    The best operators will do very well: leading banks will already be ahead of the curve in terms of their product and service offering, and opportunity is undeniably knocking for corporates and their treasury teams who are ready, willing and able to reconsider and optimise their structures. Of course, this begs a number of questions around the most appropriate response to structural reform. Simon Jones, Head of Treasury Solutions for EMEA, J.P. Morgan Treasury Services, takes the test on ‘treasury in the new banking environment’.