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    From treasurer to CFO

    Treasurers often aspire to move to a CFO role – but what obstacles should they be aware of and what steps can they take to improve their chances of success?

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    Your key relationships bank’s strategy no longer includes you?

    The global financial crisis brought an unprecedented shift in the global transaction banking landscape and an end to the era of the ‘global bank’. For some corporates, this has resulted in the need to find a new banking partner. Here, two treasurers who have recently had to change transaction banks share their experiences.

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    Your system is dead?

    When a core treasury system such as a TMS or ERP fails, either partially or catastrophically, you had better be prepared to take control. But how likely is this to happen? And even if it does, what can be done? Treasury Today Asia looks at what happens and what to do if your TMS or ERP goes down.

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    Treasury in the next oil shock

    The recent slump in the price of oil is already having far-reaching consequences for corporates and their treasury departments. In this article, we consider what treasurers might be faced with were we to see yet another big collapse in the commodity’s market price. Considering the impact of the most recent price shock will be key to understanding how such a scenario might play out.

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    Life after Brexit

    With the UK referendum on EU membership fast approaching, we take a look at some of the challenges corporate treasurers might be grappling with should there be a vote to leave. Has your treasury team considered what life might be like after Brexit?

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    Your system is dead?

    When a core treasury system such as a TMS or ERP fails, either partially or catastrophically, you had better be prepared to take control. But how likely is this to happen? And even if it does, what can be done? Treasury Today looks at what happens and what to do if your TMS or ERP goes down.

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    Coping with a scandal

    In the first of our new series asking corporates to consider various situations, Treasury Today takes a closer look at how companies can prepare for the worst. When news of a scandal hits, much of the focus gathers around the main offenders, but what about those left holding the reins? Managing the short-term reputation is just the start, as the treasurer is relied upon to keep on top of the reverberations in a rapidly changing environment.