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Best Practice Handbooks 2016
Treasury Today May/June 2017 magazine cover

May/June 2017

Treasury: risky business

Risk management is a strong theme throughout this edition of Treasury Today, and with good reason. Risk management is a key concern for treasurers around the world, with many struggling to understand the direction the world is heading and what this means for their operations.

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Treasury Today Asia May/June 2017 magazine cover

May/June 2017

China Inc spreads its wings

The ‘One belt, one road’ initiative has been widely spoken of since it was first unveiled by President Xi Jinping in 2013. As part of the government’s drive to transform its economy from one based on manufacturing to one based on services, the ambitious initiative aims to restore the country’s old land and sea trade routes and to boost economic connectivity between Asia, Europe and Africa.

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Adam Smith Awards Yearbook 2015

Adam Smith Awards Yearbook 2016

2016 is the ninth anniversary of Treasury Today’s Adam Smith Awards and I am delighted to introduce this Yearbook containing this year’s impressive winning case studies. The programme goes from strength to strength and the judges this year faced yet another challenging task in selecting the winners. We received 219 nominations, slightly more than last year, spanning 19 different countries.

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The Treasurer’s Guide to Digitisation 2016

The Treasurer’s Guide to Digitisation 2016

Back in 1965, Intel-founder Gordon Moore wrote about his vision for the likely progress of the humble silicon chip. He believed that it would double in power every two years and cost less each time. He further predicted that chips would be put to work in a multitude of devices – with applications in homes, cars and even “personal portable communications equipment” – and that this growth would be self-propelling. He was right. For some time now technologists have referred to this exponential phenomenon as ‘Moore’s Law’.

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Short-Term Investments and Money Market Funds 2016

Short-Term Investments and Money Market Funds 2016

This Best Practice Handbook is designed to bring corporate investors fully up-to-date with all of these developments and more. A number of areas will be covered across the handbook’s five sections, including all the latest market trends, introductions to the main short-term investment instruments, considerations for selecting a money market fund (MMF), and an explanation of how MMFs are managed. It should be essential reading for every corporate treasurer.

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Voice of Corporate Treasury Global Study 2016

Voice of Corporate Treasury Global Study 2016

The primary aim was to build a clear picture of what corporates are doing and planning to do. How corporates view the outlook for 2017 in the key areas of the corporate treasury domain. This enables the corporates to see how they compare with their peers and deliver clear instructions to their banks/service providers as to the solutions they require to manage their treasuries more effectively and efficiently.

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Barclays Supplement – 21st century treasury: risk and reward in the digital age

21st century treasury:
risk and reward in the digital age

Technology and digitisation is having a profound impact on all of our lives. We now live in a world interconnected by bits and bytes, and one in which personal handheld devices – often boasting more computing power than NASA had for the Apollo missions – now outnumber people.

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Women in Treasury Global Study 2015

Women in Treasury Global Study 2016

At the heart of our Women in Treasury initiative is our annual global study. Now in its fourth year, the study has again attracted over 300 responses from women around the world. Please accept my sincere thanks to those of you who have participated. There are again some interesting themes emerging from your responses which these findings illustrate only too well.

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Adam Smith Awards Asia Yearbook 2015

Adam Smith Awards Asia Yearbook 2015

This is the second year of our Adam Smith Awards Asia and we are delighted to have ANZ as our sponsor. These awards were introduced into the Asia Pacific (APAC) region specifically to honour corporates operating in the region for their strategies and achievements and we have not been disappointed.

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Your gateway to SIBOS 2015

Your gateway to SIBOS 2015

The first SIBOS event was hosted by SWIFT in 1978 in Brussels, five years after the society was founded. There were just 300 participants. In 2012, the last time the conference was held in Asia, over 6,000 delegates travelled to Osaka in Japan. Back in Asia this year, Singapore is a perfect venue for the conference as the country celebrates 50 years of independence.

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European Cash Management: Trends and Innovation

European Cash Management:
Trends and Innovation

Known for writing the industry ‘Bible’ on European Cash Management (ECM), this year, Treasury Today has updated its signature Handbook to focus less on the static fundamentals of ECM and more on the shifting dynamics of the landscape. It is designed to bring treasurers up-to-speed with the latest developments impacting treasury operations in and across Europe, so that they can be prepared for what lies ahead.

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Cash Management in the Nordic and Baltic Regions 2015 Best Practice Handbook

Cash Management in the Nordic and Baltic Regions 2015

This Handbook is an updated and expanded version of our 2011 publication of the same name. It is designed to provide corporate treasurers with detailed insight into cash management issues that companies might face when operating in the Nordic and Baltic regions, as well as ideas for overcoming these challenges.

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Asia Pacific Corporate Treasury Benchmarking Study 2014

Asia Pacific Benchmarking Study 2014

The Treasury Today 2014 Asia Pacific Corporate Treasury Benchmarking Study was our fifth to focus on this dynamic region. The study gives a first-hand account of the trends, issues and future hopes of corporates who are operating in this increasingly important market. Although a diverse region, the study has highlighted a number of pan Asia trends and issues which will prove invaluable to banks, service providers and corporates who are looking to expand into the region.

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European Corporate Treasury Benchmarking Study 2014

European Benchmarking Study 2014

The Treasury Today 2014 European Corporate Treasury Benchmarking Study was the fifth and largest study we conducted in the region. Building on the success of previous studies we have been able to pinpoint the salient questions and provide in-depth analysis of the patterns and trends in corporate treasury.

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Middle East Corporate Treasury Benchmarking Study 2014

Middle East Benchmarking Study 2014

2014 saw Treasury Today’s fourth study into the Middle East corporate treasury landscape. Building on the comments and issues raised in previous studies Treasury Today has sought to provide a vital overview into corporate treasury in the Middle East.

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