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Treasury Today April 2014 magazine cover

April 2014

Date published: Apr 2014

Time to shine

Recognising the best in corporate treasury is a difficult business. But quality and integrity are vital to the success of the treasury profession. That’s why celebrating exemplary practice and showcasing innovative industry solutions is integral to Treasury Today’s annual Adam Smith Awards programme.

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Treasury Today March 2014 magazine cover

March 2014

Date published: Mar 2014

Knowledge is power

Genuine market intelligence on the performance of corporate treasury functions is hard to come by. It is also extremely hard to ignore. That’s why your peers are using the findings of Treasury Today’s Corporate Benchmarking Programme to report to the C-suite and to set their treasury agenda.

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Treasury Today February 2014 magazine cover

February 2014

Date published: Feb 2014

Regulators change their tune

While the spectre of financial regulation still looms large, some noteworthy concessions have been announced in recent weeks by various rule makers. This is good news for both banks and corporate treasurers, and suggests that the regulators are perhaps more ‘in touch’ than many had previously thought.

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Treasury Today January 2014 magazine cover

January 2014

Date published: Jan 2014

SEPA: ready or not?

For those operating in the treasury space in Europe SEPA (or the Single Euro Payments Area to give it is unabbreviated name) seems to have been around for years. As we start 2014, one of the finishing lines for this project is now firmly in sight. The SEPA Regulation (EU) No 260/2012 set the final end-date for ‘legacy’ national euro credit transfer and direct debit schemes as 1st February 2014 in all Eurozone states. This can be deferred until 31st October 2016 for non-Eurozone states like the UK. From these dates the existing national euro credit transfer and direct debit schemes will have to be replaced by the SEPA Credit Transfer (SCT) and SEPA Direct Debit (SDD) Schemes and the politicians’ goal of having ‘no frontier effect for cross-border payments’ will have been largely achieved.

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Treasury Today November/December 2013 magazine

November/December 2013

Date published: Nov 2013

An inspirational afternoon

The first Treasury Today Women in Treasury Lunch was held in London on Thursday 31st October. Our pioneering Women in Treasury initiative was launched in January of this year and continues to grow in ambition. In the project’s first year we have profiled leading women in the industry, launched a study into the professional experiences of these women and now hosted our first Women in Treasury event.

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Treasury Today October 2013 magazine cover

October 2013

Date published: Oct 2013

Will MMFs make it over the regulatory hurdle?

The battle over new money market fund (MMF) regulations is coming to a head on both sides of the Atlantic. Early last month the European Commission (EC) put forward its proposals as to how to ensure the stability of the MMF industry and the money markets as a whole whilst, in the US, the three-month consultation regarding the US Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) proposals saw a flurry of comments before it closed for consultation on 17th September.

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Treasury Today September 2013 magazine cover

September 2013

Date published: Sep 2013

The Sibos jamboree heads for Dubai

Sibos is the annual banking conference organised by SWIFT, the bank owned provider of secure financial messaging services. Sibos has become the ‘must-attend’ conference for bankers, technology suppliers and consultants who are involved in all aspects of the transactional banking business. The conference is held in different parts of the world each year and there are 6,000+ attendees most years. What do they all do? Well, there are some serious debates at Sibos and informative conference sessions but it is also a big party as banking friends get together and the booze flows from the stands.

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Treasury Today July/August 2013 magazine

July/August 2013

Date published: Jul 2013

A Canadian walks into the Bank…

This may sound like a good start to a joke, but Mark Carney’s first week has shown that he is serious about shaking things up as Governor of the Bank of England (BoE). In an attempt to shed his ‘rock star’ celebrity status for a more ‘man of the people’ image, Carney joined other City commuters in taking the tube to work and agreed to meet a group of protestors to review female representation on bank notes.

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Treasury Today June 2013 magazine

June 2013

Date published: Jun 2013

A tale of two cities

Miami and Singapore: two very different cities in two very different regions. Yet there were a number of common themes running through the EuroFinance conferences held in these cities in May.

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Treasury Today May 2013 magazine cover

May 2013

Date published: May 2013

The definitive industry benchmark

With nominations now closed, Treasury Today can announce that the 2013 Adam Smith Awards has once again attracted impressive entries from some of the world’s most innovative treasuries.

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