• Sven Lindemann, Hanse Orga

    Technology is transforming the corporate payments space, creating numerous opportunities for treasury teams to drive efficiency in this area. In this article, Sven Lindemann, CEO, Hanse Orga highlights the current trends in payments and how Hanse Orga is helping its clients become best in class.

  • Eddie Norton, HSBC

    The payments space is changing rapidly creating numerous opportunities for treasurers to add value to their organisations. What are the key developments and how can treasurers prepare themselves to take advantage of these changes? Eddie Norton, Head of Global Liquidity & Cash Management, Europe at HSBC explains.

  • Munir Nanji, Citi

    From an economic and political perspective, 2016 was a very interesting (and often challenging) year for businesses around the world. From your conversations with clients in Asia Pacific, what were the key issues for APAC-based corporates and how has this influenced their areas of focus and what the treasury function has been doing?

  • Jeroen Bakhuizen, HSBC

    There is no doubt that business growth in a volatile world is challenging. But as some companies settle for survival, there are many more that refuse to stand still. As an attractive region for foreign direct investment (FDI), Europe has a lot to offer for businesses looking to grow. As companies seek new markets, new products, new channels and new ways of operating, what is influencing their decisions and how are treasurers rising to the challenge?

  • Jennifer Boussuge and Fernando Vicario, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

    For a major tier one bank, global reach is a standard goal. But for Bank of America Merrill Lynch, the attendant themes of structure, adaptability, integration and cultural awareness are the guiding principles by which each client relationship must be nurtured.

  • Rodney Gardner, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

    With a renewed focus on accounts receivable among the corporate community, Rodney Gardner shares his thoughts and expertise on everything from straight through reconciliation to transitioning from paper to electronic payments.

  • Jim Fuell, J.P. Morgan Asset Management

    With negative rates in Europe and a possible rate rise in sterling on the horizon, corporate investors may have some tough decisions to make in the coming months. In this interview, Jim Fuell, Head of Global Liquidity, EMEA at J.P. Morgan Asset Management tells us how corporate investors are adjusting their strategies to fit these new investment realities and why, in any type of investment environment, it always pays to work on cash segmentation.

  • Executive View: 
    Greg Kavanaugh, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

    Greg Kavanaugh talks about the impact of Basel III on banks and corporates, the challenges of investing in a low-yield environment, and the changing nature of the bank-client relationship.

  • Executive View: 
    Juan Pablo Cuevas, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

    Juan Pablo Cuevas, Head of Global Transaction Services, Latin America and the Caribbean, at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, explains why many Latin American countries have outperformed developed economies in recent years, the importance of trade to the region, and the challenges that remain before Latin America can realise its full potential.

  • Executive View: 
    Bruce Proctor, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

    International trade is increasingly conducted on an Open Account basis. But BofA Merrill’s Bruce Proctor believes there is still a lot that banks can do to facilitate trade transactions for their clients – even if they are not using a Letter of Credit (LC).