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    China: be on top of your game in 2016

    The recent pace of growth in China has been slower than in previous years. For those corporates who were expecting higher growth, and there are many, 2016 will be the year to align business strategies to the new norm. Treasury Today talks to Gourang Shah, Treasury Services APAC, at J.P. Morgan about his ‘top tips’ for keeping on track in volatile times.

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    African payments project hangs on ‘golden thread’

    A major treasury infrastructure change has seen complex African electronics group, Altron, shift from manual to fully automated payment processes with XML messaging at the heart of the changes.

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    The art of communication

    At many organisations access to Facebook may be restricted, but what if Facebook could be used to effectively and efficiently ensure that the entire business is communicating and working together towards a common goal?

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    Best in class: Adam Smith Awards Asia 2015

    Last week the best and the brightest from the treasury community in Asia descended on Singapore to celebrate each other’s success at the annual Treasury Today Asia Adam Smith Awards Gala Presentation Lunch. Here are some of the highlights from a remarkable day.

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    Friend or foe: repos unravelled

    Whether repos are seen as the answer to cash deposit prayers in a low-yield era or as an administrative headache depends on your level of understanding. Treasury Today seeks an explanation from an industry exponent.

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    Why size matters for MMF sponsors

    Treasurers who park cash in money market funds may have noticed that their investment options have become somewhat narrower over recent years. But the trend towards greater industry consolidation may not be entirely set in stone.

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    E-invoicing gains momentum in UK

    The UK government has been talking up the economic benefits of e-invoicing for some time. But are any organisations listening? A recent survey by Basware suggests that, at long last, many now are.

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    Ignore at your peril

    Being crisis aware doesn’t necessarily translate into any significant level of preparedness, as quite a few companies have found out of late. Getting the recognition that crisis management is different to incident response is difficult however, especially when executives already have their hands full. But given recent research suggesting that crises happen more often than you think, the case for being proactive – rather than reactive – is becoming ever more persuasive.

  • Birds sitting on electric lines together apart from one

    Are your cash investments ringing the changes?

    With regulatory pressure bearing down on financial institutions, treasurers with surplus cash are facing increasingly difficult decisions when it comes to choosing the most appropriate investments. A new global corporate survey reveals a changing corporate cash investment landscape.

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    Movers and shakers? A Treasury Today exclusive

    Treasury Today brings you the news of an exciting new addition to ANZ's Global Transaction Banking team.