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Government plans for UK businesses to pay VAT upfront on post-Brexit EU imports will damage cash flow warns the country’s largest retail body.
Be the first to comment | February 2018
Rakesh Kochhar has been working in treasury in Japan for a decade. He tells Treasury Insights what this experience has been like and why more treasurers should consider a spell working in the land of the rising sun.
The effective use of treasury KPIs can be a great way to track the progress of the department and highlight its value-add to the C-suite. Is your treasury effectively using KPIs?
The European Commission’s outlawing of money market funds using ‘share cancellation mechanisms’ puts euro LVNAV funds in doubt.
A new report shines a light on where it is hardest for corporates to collect debt.
Japanese corporates are beginning to consider Japan as a global treasury centre location. Treasury Insights finds out why and what this means for the treasury profession in Japan.
Small businesses are being left struggling for cash as more than a quarter of all invoices are being paid late by large firms, says a new report by the Chartered Institute of Credit Management.
New research shows that employees within the financial services sector are amongst those relying most heavily on paper, despite the environmental, process, cost and compliance benefits of going paperless.
Global usage of the RMB remained low in 2017. Will 2018 be a make or break year for the Chinese currency?
Adam Smith Award winner World Vision International outlines how it streamlined its banking operations and the benefits this created for the company.
Be the first to comment | January 2018
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