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Oxfam GB is a member of Oxfam International, a confederation of 20 organisations working across more than 90 countries. Focused on a number of goals such as saving lives, safeguarding global food supplies and championing equal rights for women, Oxfam raises funds through a mixture of institutional fundraising, public fundraising, interest and investment, trading and other sources. The organisation’s activities range from short-term emergency relief to long-term programme work.
This issue’s question
“How do I manage treasury when it looks like rates might rise?”
With the concept of ‘digitisation’ now firmly embedded in the consciousness of the treasury community, the time for action is now. But there is so much more to building a successful digital future than simply implementing new technologies.
“If we cannot end now our differences, at least we can make the world safe for diversity.” – John F. Kennedy (10th June 1963)
In a world of interconnected global commerce, paying for goods and services across borders has become standard practice. But for the legions of corporate treasurers at the forefront of global trade, the experience of sending and receiving payments internationally has been anything but standardised.
Data has the power to transform the role of the modern treasury by providing actionable insights that not only allow treasurers to better manage their own functions, policies and teams; but also facilitate a more strategic engagement within their organisations, bringing teams together and helping companies succeed. Experts from Citi explain how you can get started.
Driving diversity: treasury and finance professionals join together in London to celebrate and champion women in treasury and equality for all.
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.
With companies raising US$94.3bn in the first half of 2018, Treasury Insights revisits the treasurer’s role in an IPO.
Age is no barrier to taking up a new interest. Ask Betty Goedhart who at 85 is the world’s oldest performing female flying trapeze artist.