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  • Coin operated binoculars looking over view of a city

    What does 2018 have in store?

    Compared to the major political and economic upheaval of 2016, 2017 was relatively calm. But what will the next 12 months bring? And how can treasurers begin to take advantage of new and emerging technologies in the year ahead?

  • Peter Kellner, Group Processes and Information Technology, thyssenkrupp

    Problem Solved: 
    Peter Kellner, thyssenkrupp

    A disparate and complex IT infrastructure posed many problems for Peter Kellner, Group Processes and Information Technology at thyssenkrupp and his team. How did Hanse Orga Group’s FinanceSuite solve many of these problems?

  • Group photo of the Women in Treasury New York Forum 2017 panel

    Driving the diversity dialogue

    On Thursday 14th October 2017, Treasury Today hosted the second New York installation of our Women in Treasury Forum. A fresh new format with fantastic, energetic panellists was the order of the day at The Pierre hotel in Midtown Manhattan.

  • Person using future technology, mouse projecting information

    Open banking will change everything…eventually

    New regulation in Europe and the UK has the potential to transform the face of financial services. Treasury Today finds out what the future might look like under PSD2 and open banking and what it all means for treasurers.

  • 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.

  • Dheeraj ‘Raj’ Chadha, CFO, TeleAdapt

    Corporate View: 
    Dheeraj ‘Raj’ Chadha, TeleAdapt

    For almost 20 years, Dheeraj ‘Raj’ Chadha has overseen the financial activities of UK-based global connectivity solutions group, TeleAdapt. With the business having secured approved supplier status with some of the world’s best-known hotel brands, his approach is clearly paying off. Treasury Today learns the secret of his success.

  • Working together and thinking differently: charting a course for treasury management in Asia Pacific

    Over the past decade, treasury management in Asia Pacific has undergone an evolution as the role has become more strategic and more closely aligned with the business. With a variety of forces creating a host of new opportunities and challenges for treasury teams we wanted to discover what the future will look like. To do this, Treasury Today Group brought together six of the region’s most senior corporate treasurers and transaction bankers to discuss the big trends in corporate treasury at the 2017 Talking Treasury Forum in Singapore.

  • Person on iPad whilst being virtually protected by data security systems

    Power to the people: the essence of GDPR

    The EU GDPR will come into force immediately on 25th May 2018. Here’s what you need to know.

  • Hourglass halfway done, in the dark with a glimpse of light

    Measuring success

    Treasurers use a wide range of metrics and key performance indicators (KPIs) to measure key areas of treasury, from capital structure to risk management. But a company’s needs can evolve over time – so it’s important to review those metrics on a regular basis and make sure they continue to support the overall business strategy.

  • 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.