• Photo of Alain Bridoux

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    Alain Bridoux, Sandvik

    Although he has very recently returned to France for a consultancy position, Alain gives us an insight into Sandvik’s treasury since we last spoke to him in 2009. We also learn what the treasury and recruitment arena is like in China today.

  • Lorraine Harper, TalkTalk

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    Lorraine Harper, TalkTalk

    TalkTalk has positioned itself as a value-for-money provider in the über-competitive telecommunications market. It was founded in 2003 as a subsidiary of The Carphone Warehouse, Europe’s largest independent mobile phone retailer. In March 2011, it became an independent company when it demerged from its parent and was listed as a stand-alone entity on the FTSE.

  • Peter Lay, British Council

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    Peter Lay, British Council

    The British Council is a registered charity that is present in over 100 countries worldwide. It was founded in 1934 as the British Committee for Relations with Other Countries. Its remit now – as it was then – is to build bridges with other cultures and to promote the English language.

  • Shell building

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    Shell: still leading the pack

    In a rare opportunity to interview one of the best teams in the field, Treasury Today visits Andrew Longden and his treasury team at the Shell Centre in London. We discuss the team’s achievements and also the challenges a corporate giant faces in today’s world.

  • Photo of a vessel

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    Liang Tang, China Rongsheng Heavy Industries Group Holdings

    The China Rongsheng Heavy Industries (RSHI) Group Holdings is a leading large-scale heavy industry conglomerate with operations covering shipbuilding, marine engineering, power engineering, construction machinery and other related fields. The China RSHI Group was successfully listed on the Main Board of The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong on 19th November 2010.

  • Mike Wallace, Group Treasurer, Marks & Spencer

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    Mike Wallace, Marks & Spencer

    Marks & Spencer is one of the UK’s leading retailers. It focuses on a wide range of upmarket products, from high quality food to clothing merchandise, and employs some 78,000 people in 43 territories globally. Marks & Spencer’s operations are largely UK-based where it has 721 stores, but in recent years it has sought to expand internationally. In 2011, despite difficult trading conditions, it increased its sales by 4.2% with a group revenue of £9.74 billion.

  • Photo of Abhijit Lahiri

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    Abhijit Lahiri, Sterlite

    Sterlite Technologies Limited is a leading global provider of transmission solutions for the power and telecom industries. The company has approximately 1,000 employees across sites worldwide, including China, India, Russia and South Africa. For the year ending 31st March 2011, the company recorded net revenue of $503m. Jiangsu Tongguang Communication Co. Ltd. (TGCl) is a leading provider of total transmission solutions for optical cable and IT industries.

  • Photo of Sonia De Paolis

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    Sonia De Paolis, TomTom

    TomTom is a global supplier of location and navigation products and services. The company provides consumers and enterprise, government and automotive industry customers with digital maps, traffic intelligence, navigation software, portable navigation devices, automotive systems, fleet management services, smartphone apps, fitness devices and speed cam intelligence.

  • Uta Kemmerich-Keil, Executive VP, Head of Corporate Finance, Merck KGaA

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    Uta Kemmerich-Keil, Merck KGaA

    Merck KGaA is a chemicals and pharmaceuticals company based in Darmstadt, Germany. Its pharmaceutical, chemical and life-science businesses are organised into four divisions: Merck Serono, Consumer Health Care, Merck Millipore and Performance Materials. The company employs more than 40,000 people and operates in 67 countries worldwide.

  • Simon Morley & Richard Williamson, Sky

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    Simon Morley & Richard Williamson, Sky

    The merger of two little-known satellite television broadcasters on 2nd November 1990 was completed without much fanfare. Both Sky Television and British Satellite Broadcasting (BSB) had embraced the new way of beaming their programmes to viewers, but neither had been able to crack a market that was used to receiving a signal through an aerial and was understandably wary of dish receivers and ‘squarials’.