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October 2011

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Editorial

What more can we do?

A year ago we launched our new website which has proved very popular. Now it is time to ask you what else you want.

A reliable source of information

Our aim was, and is, to provide a reliable source of good quality research and unbiased reference material for the corporate treasury function. So treasurytoday.com gives you access to lots of useful material including all our articles (past and present) plus corporate case studies, interviews, insightful analysis and more.

If you subscribe on the site, you’ll also get a printed copy of the magazine or an e-copy if you prefer. A small additional charge enables you to receive your own copies of our Best Practice Handbooks and access other premium content.

Insights – not just cut and paste

You wanted us to push important information to you, so our weekly Treasury Insights email was launched earlier this year. Each week we provide research and reporting on the two or three news stories that have real relevance to treasury. We do not cut and paste from other sources. We go much further. We analyse and explain. But we keep it short and snappy. You are busy and we know that.

We also give you links to other news stories that might have passed you by. So, if you miss the news for a few days or you have taken a holiday, Treasury Insights is a great way to catch up and to ensure you have not missed anything that matters. You get analysis of important stories and a summary of everything else. If you want to receive the Treasury Insights weekly email please contact insights@treasurytoday.com

Benchmarking

Treasury Today’s Benchmarking Studies are now available from the site. These are undertaken on a regional basis and responses are kept confidential. This valuable research, sponsored by J.P. Morgan, is provided without charge to qualifying corporates.

These studies provide measures of best practice as well as reporting on major treasury trends and developments. Based on input from readers, we are now seeking even more detailed responses in the latest surveys in order to enable us to produce more tangible measures of best practice. Get copies of the studies for the regions you operate in from treasurytoday.com/benchmarking

Five reasons to take out a subscription at treasurytoday.com:

  1. You save time by using our research. Subscribers have access to an invaluable database of information and research. Use our articles to get a fundamental understanding or to remind yourself of the key aspects.

  2. Get fully briefed on the big issues – use our range of Handbooks to get a detailed and unbiased understanding of the subject matter – from ‘zero to hero’ in one volume. These are also very useful as a training aid for staff new to treasury.

  3. Obtain full detail on the insight articles each week – this is simply the easiest way to stay informed and get the real story behind the headlines each week. No need to read the FT every day or scour the news sites. We do it for you.

  4. Do you want the ability to benchmark your treasury against best practice elsewhere? Get your personal copies of our world-wide benchmarking surveys.

  5. Seek peer group input on the issues that matter. Have your say or seek the advice from treasury and finance professionals – get invaluable peer input on the trickier aspects of treasury in our forum.

Not good enough…?

We believe in quality not quantity and what we provide is in response to your suggestions and comments. So here are two action points: