• Francis De Roeck, Head of SEPA offering at BNP Paribas

    Life in the fast lane: instant payments for treasurers

    Are instant payments an industry game changer? Treasury Today and BNP Paribas uncovered the benefits in a recent webinar, analysing the features of instant payment systems and exploring some of the more interesting corporate use cases.

  • Building a treasury technology use case

    The growing complexity of the corporate treasury operation in many organisations is driving demand for sophisticated treasury technology. In a recent webinar, representatives from ION Treasury, Openlink and the Strategic Treasurer came together to explain how treasury can build a strong technology use case.

  • Better collections management

    Collections are the foundation of treasury management. So why are many corporates still struggling in this area? In a recent webinar hosted by Treasury Today, senior product executives from BNP Paribas discussed why this is the case and what changes corporates can make to solve the issue.

  • The impact of changes to US monetary policy on corporate cash investments

    In a recent webinar, BlackRock Global Cash Management’s Tom Kolimago, Head of Credit and Investment Research, and Crystina Hickey, Institutional Cash Sales Asia joined Treasury Today Asia to give corporate investors the inside track on the major trends impacting the short-term investment landscape.

  • Rana Datta, Head of KYC and Onboarding Sales, Asia Pacific, Thomson Reuters

    Control your own KYC

    The challenges associated with know your customer (KYC) compliance have escalated for corporate treasury teams around the world in recent years. This has made basic tasks such as opening a bank account turn into time consuming and complex activities, eating into the resources of treasury teams and negatively impacting the business.

  • Turning poor data into rich information

    Treasury often has all the data it needs just out of reach within its ERP system. Whilst this can prove frustrating, forward-thinking treasury teams are tackling this issue by using a host of new digital tools that are enabling them to access this data and improve the effectiveness of the treasury function.

  • Why you should rethink your investment strategy

    With the low, zero or even negative interest rates on offer today, opportunities to optimise cash surpluses are few and far between. Many corporates now accept that ROI has been replaced with RMI – Return My Investment. In a recent webinar hosted by Treasury Today, Thant Han, Chris Brown and Simon Derrick offered some words of wisdom.

  • Mark O’Toole, Vice President of Treasury & Commodities Solutions, Openlink

    The arrival of the Grey Swan… risk visualisation in an uncertain world

    Nowadays, the strength of a corporate treasurer is no longer judged on centralised processing prowess. In a world riddled with geo-political uncertainty, treasurers need to be futurists who don’t operate in black or white options. Those who sit at the top of commodity-intensive industries know there’s a grey area between the white swan world of well-planned and executed corporate strategies and the unpredictable devastation of a black swan event.

  • Managing the almighty greenback – optimising your US dollar cash flows globally

    The US dollar continues to be the most dominant currency for global trade flows. Most multinationals are forced to deal with significant USD flows throughout their financial supply chain around the world. Managing these flows across different regions, time-zones and regulatory environments can be very challenging, whether organisations are collecting USD from customers, paying USD to their suppliers or investing excess USD. For those excess funds, what options are available to optimise returns on USD located around the globe? In a recent webinar hosted by Treasury Today, senior executives from BNP Paribas discussed why the USD is the most dominant currency globally.

  • Neill Penney, Managing Director, Trading, Thomson Reuters

    Are you ready for the new FX landscape?

    Following a number of recent scandals, the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) has outlined its new global code of conduct for foreign exchange with an aim to bring confidence and transparency back to the foreign exchange markets. The move will of course mean changes to the FX industry that will have an acute impact on how banks and corporate treasury departments interact.