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The Base Erosion and Profit Shifting initiative requires treasuries to work much more closely with the tax department, and with a number of action points being implemented later this year, there is no time for corporates to lose in making sure they are prepared.
The Natural History Museum ordered bounty hunters to shoot on sight in a recently uncovered plot to capture the monster of Loch Ness.
Treasurers are working longer and longer hours, so say the findings of a recent survey conducted by recruitment specialists Robert Walters. Is clocking off later now becoming the new normal?
The budding Money Market Fund (MMF) industry in China has taken significant steps in recent years and the instrument is becoming an increasingly popular short-term investment vehicle. Treasury Today looks at the latest developments in the sector, drivers of growth, and what corporates looking to use domestic Chinese MMFs need to know.
It’s long been assumed that the bigger a person is, the more weight they can carry. In fact, scientists are now contending that the exact opposite is true.
Last week we looked at the theory behind corporate treasury benchmarking. This week we look at how the Brocade treasury team put theory into practice and developed a world-class benchmarking programme.
With the promise of reducing the paperwork for bank account opening by three-quarters, RBS is making inroads into its pledge to make life easier for its clients.
EuroFinance’s annual International Cash and Treasury Management conference is always a great opportunity to catch up with the latest industry news (and gossip). We look at some of the key discussion points from the event, which was held in Budapest last week.
The launch of the Shanghai Free Trade Zone last September was hailed as a seminal moment for the Chinese economy and its place alongside the rest of the world. A year on, has the anticipation been met in reality?
“Mickey Mouse money” has long been used as a name for fake or valueless cash. Now, on a small Pacific island, there are Mickey Mouse coins in circulation that are anything but.