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  • Judges' gavel in front of the American flag

    Kentuckian Kavanagh pays the price for his name

    US Supreme Court judges have not historically been household names until the recent arrival on the scene of Brett Kavanaugh, the nominee confirmed recently, despite certain unsavoury allegations.

  • Person dialling whilst holding the handset

    Voice brokerage finally facing up to digital challenge

    Trade in the c.€114bn a day European unsecured institutional money market – one of the last bastions of voice trading – is finally waking up to the potential of digitisation.

  • Two people pin pointing journey on a map

    How treasurers can unlock opportunities in the API economy

    How can corporates prosper on the journey from PSD2 to Open Banking? A prominent banker offers his take on this eagerly awaited development.

  • Big wave built up in the sea about to crash down

    PSD2, waves or ripples?

    European banks are pressing ahead with digitisation in the wake of the new payment services directive, but there are various ideas on what shape the bank of the future will take.

  • Women in Treasury New York Forum 2018 panel

    Diversity under the spotlight: Treasury Today’s Women in Treasury New York Forum 2018

    2018’s vibrant panel discussion shone a spotlight on many of the challenges faced by women in treasury in the US today. Our panellists shared their individual stories of the challenges they’ve faced in their careers and gave inspirational accounts of how they have overcome many hurdles and gone on to build successful careers. Work-life balance was a recurring topic, as was choosing the right time to take a brave risk or make a bold career move. The benefits of a diverse team and how to create an inclusive working environment were also assessed. The importance of being authentic and true to oneself both at work and at home was another key theme. Finally the panellists each shared moving accounts of the people who had been most influential in their lives.

  • Press release: BNP Paribas selects Earthport for cross-border payments

    11th October – Earthport (AIM: EPO), the global payments specialist, has been appointed by BNP Paribas to provide Automated Clearing House (ACH) cross-border payment services. BNP Paribas Fortis, a subsidiary of BNP Paribas, and Belgium’s largest bank with annual revenues of €43bn will be the first to deploy these services.

  • EMEA MMF Reform

    Change is coming in the money fund industry. Long awaited legislation is now upon us in Europe. Money market fund reforms here have taken a slightly different course than in the United States, and fund managers have been working with regulators, vendors and clients over the past two years to adjust their product offerings to meet the new regulatory criteria.

  • Two people sitting opposite each other, discussing the future between the UK and the EU

    Are you really sure you want a Brexit deal?

    The currency markets have already priced in much of the risk of a ‘no deal’ with GBP trading at its lowest levels for over a year. However, if a deal was to go through, it could actually present a much greater risk to some than a no deal. Contentious? We ask an expert to explain.

  • Michael Aragona, Head of Sales – Americas, Global Transaction Banking at Mizuho

    Bring Your True Self to Work: Michael Aragona – part two

    In our new series, Bring Your True Self to Work, Treasury Today highlights exceptional individuals within the corporate treasury and finance professions.

  • Person stacking coins

    Cash flow forecasting, a work in progress

    Fintech has brought efficiencies and cost savings across many treasury operations but many believe that cash flow forecasting has lagged in sharing the benefits. Is that situation about to change?