• Malcolm Andrews, Group Treasury Manager and Jeff Dart, Group Assistant Treasurer, SEEK

    Problem Solved: 
    Malcolm Andrews and Jeff Dart, SEEK

    Rapid international growth and the build up of surplus cash in complex markets has created short-term investment challenges for SEEK’s treasury team. How did J.P. Morgan Asset Management’s liquidity solutions help solve these problems?

  • Peter Kellner, Group Processes and Information Technology, thyssenkrupp

    Problem Solved: 
    Peter Kellner, thyssenkrupp

    A disparate and complex IT infrastructure posed many problems for Peter Kellner, Group Processes and Information Technology at thyssenkrupp and his team. How did Hanse Orga Group’s FinanceSuite solve many of these problems?

  • Griffin Peng, Director of B2B Payment & Financing, Alibaba Group

    Problem Solved: 
    Griffin Peng, Alibaba Group

    A substantial increase in collection volume created a host of reconciliation issues for Alibaba’s treasury department. A multi-currency virtual account offered by Citi provided a solution to this challenge.

  • Alex Fiott, Head of Front Office, Treasury, AstraZeneca

    Problem Solved: 
    Alex Fiott, AstraZeneca

    After reviewing how it segmented its cash, the AstraZeneca treasury decided that it wanted to manage its cash more proactively and invest it across a longer time horizon. Tri-party repos and separately managed accounts stood out as short-term investment products that would enable them to do this.

  • Alex Haigh, Regional Currency Manager EMEA, Mars Incorporated

    Problem Solved: 
    Alex Haigh, Mars Incorporated

    For global confectionery giant Mars, legacy technology meant that the company’s FX dealing processes were at times inefficient and error-prone. Mars needed a solution that would enable the treasury team to deal FX more effectively, freeing up resources to focus on more value-adding activities.

  • Cornelia Hesse, BASF

    Problem Solved: 
    Cornelia Hesse, BASF

    When you run shared services for the European arm of the world’s leading chemical company, manual bank account management is undesirable. BASF Services Europe reveals how it put its house in order.

  • Denis Savastano, Li & Fung Limited

    Problem Solved: 
    Denis Savastano, Li & Fung Limited

    Global supply chain manager, Li & Fung, traditionally fulfilled its trade financing needs through unsecured credit loans, which were both expensive and cumbersome. The company therefore required a solution that would enable them to more efficiently access credit, and at a lower cost.

  • Suresh Chettiar, Lupin

    Problem Solved: 
    Suresh Chettiar, Lupin

    Indian pharmaceutical company Lupin conducts various conferences and market events in India and overseas every year. With the sums spent on such events growing in tandem with the business, Lupin wanted a solution to help them make payments to vendors in a more efficient manner.

  • Randy Ou, Alibaba

    Problem Solved: 
    Randy Ou, The Alibaba Group

    Treasury Today Asia explores how J.P. Morgan Global Liquidity’s money market fund offerings solved Alibaba Group’s requirement for a short-term liquidity investment instrument at a time when the availability of suitable options was limited.

  • Problem Solved: 
    Piyada Sookaimoath, CPN

    Central Pattana Public Company Limited (CPN) is Thailand’s largest retail developer with over 30 years of experience. CPN currently manage 28 shopping centres, seven office buildings, two hotels and two residential projects. The company is the leader in the retail development and management sector with the biggest share of Bangkok’s retail market at 20%.