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January 2004

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Editorial

New Year, new look

Welcome to the new look Treasury Today. We hope you like our design which we have timed to coincide with some new developments within the content of the newsletter.

The changes to the style of the newsletter have been designed to make it easier to navigate and to read. However, we also want to reassure you that our editorial approach will not change. We will still provide you with clear, unbiased, practical information on the issues that matter to you.

We are expanding our topical news section to take a look at global treasury issues affecting our readers.

Each newsletter will include a section specifically containing e-treasury news. The web is having an enormous impact on all aspects of our lives and we are beginning to see many practical applications of technology in the treasury area. We will, in the future, be reporting these developments in this section.

We are also planning to bring you interviews with senior bankers and other key suppliers. Our corporate interviews have always been very popular with you and we are now turning our attention to the banks and other suppliers to get their views. This will let you read, first hand, what they see as important and how they plan to continue developing their products. These interviews will be in addition to the corporate interviews.

We hope these changes enhance your enjoyment of Treasury Today and that you continue to find the content useful. As ever, we welcome any comments you may have on the newsletter and, in particular, suggestions for topics you would like us to cover.

In the meantime, we wish you a Happy New Year.