• Jonathon Traer-Clark, Head of Strategy & Advisory for Global Transaction Services, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

    The industry has spoken

    The results are in from this year’s Voice of Corporate Treasury Global Study, conducted in partnership with Bank of America Merrill Lynch. They show the profession at a crossroads with treasury teams searching for answers in an uncertain environment. Here, Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s Head of Strategy & Advisory for Global Transaction Services, Jonathon Traer-Clark, and a select group of corporate treasurers discuss the study’s findings.

  • Jason Straker, Managing Director, Head of Client Portfolio Management for Global Liquidity EMEA, J.P. Morgan Asset Management

    Right of reply: keeping your investment policy current and relevant

    A flexible and up-to-date investment policy is essential if companies are to react promptly to market developments and take advantage of new investment products. How can treasury shape such a policy? Jason Straker, Managing Director, Head of Client Portfolio Management for Global Liquidity EMEA at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, explains.

  • Money market fund reform: the bigger picture

    With the new European money market fund (MMF) regulations due to come into effect over the next 18 months, J.P. Morgan Asset Management is taking a proactive approach to communicating the changes to corporate investors. Jim Fuell, Head of Global Liquidity Sales, International and Kerrie Mitchener-Nissen, Head of Product Development, International for Global Liquidity, outline what is happening and what this means for investors.

  • Carole Djen-Ullmo, Global Head of Marketing and Communications, BNP Paribas Cash Management

    Cash Management University

    Launched in 2007, BNP Paribas’ Cash Management University is due to celebrate its tenth anniversary towards the end of 2017. We spoke with Carole Djen-Ullmo, Global Head of Marketing and Communications at BNP Paribas Cash Management about this highly successful and important event in the treasury calendar.

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    Live on-screen cash positions and ultimate real-time control for treasurers

    Today, treasury teams want real time information about their cash positions at their fingertips. BNP Paribas’ new liquidity management module does exactly this, providing live on-screen consolidated cash positions from international subsidiaries and other entities in the kind of detail never before possible.

  • Built to fit: a bespoke cash investment policy for Asia Pacific

    Asia Pacific is far from homogenous, which brings all manner of complexity for the corporate cash investor. It is therefore crucial for corporates to have a cash investment policy that is both robust and flexible and that encompasses local nuances whilst still aligning with global objectives.

  • Voice of Corporate Treasury in association with Bank of America Merrill Lynch

    Be part of the global conversation

    Our Voice of Corporate Treasury Global Study 2017, in association with Bank of America Merrill Lynch, opened on 1st February. Many corporates around the world have already participated and we encourage you to join them.

  • Many journeys to treasury

    Journeys To Treasury is a brand new thought initiative that builds on an open dialogue between four industry players to provide corporates with experts insights on key topics and potential game changers.

  • Manish Chopra, Executive Director and product lead, Standard Chartered

    Optimising receivables efficiency through virtual accounts

    Virtual accounts have been receiving substantial attention lately – and it isn’t hard to see why. This solution offers flexibility for corporates to ease reconciliation, improve cash flows and strengthen credit control – particularly desirable outcomes for treasurers seeking working capital optimisation. Standard Chartered details how this solution works and the benefits corporates can expect.

  • Ricky Kaura, Standard Chartered Bank

    Unlocking the strategic potential of SSCs

    Since the 1980’s, businesses have looked to adopt a Shared Service Centre (SSC) model, in order to outsource their low value, high volume financial activities with the promise of reduced operating costs and improved efficiency and control. Whilst for many this has proved a success, progressive companies are realising that a SSC can be of strategic value to the business. Here Ricky Kaura, Managing Director – Head, Corporate Sales Asia Pacific at Standard Chartered Bank, outlines how greater value can be unlocked from a SSC.