• US and China themed cargo crates bashing into each other

    Asia Pacific trade: choosing your friends

    Assumptions that China’s corporates will be the main losers in any escalating trade war with the US may be confounded if the country presents a friendlier face to Japan.

  • View of Geneva city from the height of the Cathedral in Switzerland

    It’s EuroFinance time once more: here’s what’s hot

    It’s time once more for the annual EuroFinance International conference to roll into another major European city. The 27th incarnation of this key industry event finds itself at the Palexpo in Geneva next week, from 26th to 28th September.

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    Credit where it’s due

    While corporate insolvencies are leaving many suppliers with unpaid bills, the cost and availability of trade credit insurance cover has improved significantly in recent years.

  • Four people holding up cardboard gears to the sun, creating silhouette

    Revisiting the treasurer’s role in an IPO

    With companies raising US$94.3bn in the first half of 2018, Treasury Insights revisits the treasurer’s role in an IPO.

  • Business person looking at charts and rates on smart table

    Bigger than Brexit? The fallout from Libor’s demise

    The future shape of the market without Libor has sowed just as many seeds of uncertainty. A number of alternative benchmark rates are contenders to succeed, but both corporates and banks want greater clarity from the regulator.

  • Adam Richford, Group Treasurer, Renewi plc

    60 Second Interview: Adam Richford, Group Treasurer, Renewi plc

    Adam Richford is Group Treasurer of Renewi plc, a FTSE 250-listed market leader in European waste management. A stock in trade for him is transformation. Here he describes his post-merger treasury activities and how they reach far into the business.

  • Gold bitcoin floating in a bubble

    Cryptocurrencies: acceptance and acceptability

    Uncertainty and volatility have been characteristics of bitcoin and its offspring, making many financial professionals wary of cryptocurrencies. Is it time to rethink this attitude?

  • Robotic hand fitting shapes into shaped holes

    What does treasury AI really look like?

    It’s talked about a lot but many treasurers are yet to get to grips with what artificial intelligence (AI) really means for them in a professional capacity. We asked SAP’s expert for his view on an AI future.

  • Chess pieces on map of Europe with the UK and EU flags

    No-deal Brexit: thinking the unthinkable

    This week will see the issue of a series of government papers outlining its thinking of how ‘business as usual’ can be maintained after 29th March 2019.

  • Participants from the Bank of America Merrill Lynch roundtable – Matthew Davies, BofAML, Richard Parkinson, Treasury Today Group, Stephanie Wolf and Hubert J.P. Jolly, BofAML

    Presenting the Executive Series: audio teaser

    Treasury Today and Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s new Executive Series project will launch this September. Ahead of the launch, we are delighted to share an audio teaser for the upcoming video, print and digital coverage of the project so you can hear what it’s all about.