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Adam Smith Awards

  • Treasury Today Adam Smith Awards 2017 winners group shot

    A decade defined by exceptional achievement

    Celebrating ten years of the Adam Smith Awards

    On Thursday 22nd June 2017, the very best and brightest from the treasury universe descended on the City of London to celebrate each other’s success at the tenth anniversary of the Treasury Today Adam Smith Awards. Hosted at the magnificent Plaisterers’ Hall situated by the ancient City Wall of London, the event’s location echoed the importance of the day.

  • Corporate treasurers – showcase your success

    Nominations are now open

    The highly acclaimed Adam Smith Awards Asia programme is now in its fourth year. This platform showcases the very best and brightest corporate treasury teams.

  • Adam Smith Awards 2017 top treasury team – Herc Rentals

    Celebrating ten years of treasury excellence

    Treasury teams from around the world celebrated their success at last week’s Treasury Today Adam Smith Awards Gala Presentation Lunch.

  • Johnson Controls collecting award

    Corporate treasurers – mark your success

    Nominations open June 12th 2017

    Our highly acclaimed Adam Smith Awards Asia programme is now in its fourth year.

  • Adam Ben Boukadida and Ricky Thirion, Etihad Airways

    Enter now and join the celebrations

    10 years of outstanding achievement

    Treasury Today’s Adam Smith Awards are now in their tenth year and have achieved global recognition as the ultimate benchmark of corporate achievement. Nominations for the Adam Smith Awards 2017 are now open and we have already received many submissions from the industry’s best and brightest.

  • Kashaf Jaffer, Alexion

    Kashaf Jaffer, Winner, A Rising Star

    Kashaf Jaffer is a finance professional with almost eight years’ experience in treasury who started his career at Mondelez India Foods Limited as a Finance Trainee. He is well-qualified and his achievements include a Lean Six Sigma Yellow Belt certification. He is currently responsible for managing critical areas like FX hedging, cash management, bank administration and international remittances besides transformation of processes. Kashaf lists his skills as people management, communication, accountability, negotiation, collaboration and is always keen to learn. A well deserved winner of the 2016 award.

  • Aman Singh Chadha, Citi, Mee-Yin Soong, Ee-Ching Chang and Voon-Sang Eg, Wilhelmsen Ship Management

    Wilhelmsen Ship Management Group, Highly Commended, Best SWIFT Solution

    Wilhelmsen Ship Management Group (WSM) embarked on an ambitious re-engineering project to streamline and enhance its structure and processes. Today, WSM’s SSC in Kuala Lumpur processes more than 10,000 payments each month, in 61 currencies through four major global banks to serve their global clients. Combining their banking partner’s solutions with SAP and SWIFT capabilities, WSM is able to harness the power of information transfer and technology to reinvent its treasury operations.

  • Yew Kin Wah, Singapore Power and So Lay Hua, United Overseas Bank

    Singapore Power, Highly Commended, Best SWIFT Solution

    Singapore Power (SP) wanted to digitise its financial and treasury transactions. According to SWIFT, SP is amongst the first government-linked corporations in Singapore to fully digitise their end-to-end treasury and payment functions via the SWIFT platform.

  • Simon Cole, Reval, Jacqueline Cheng, Richard Shaw, and Bonny Ho, Prudential

    Prudential Corporation Asia, Highly Commended, Best SWIFT Solution

    This insurance giant decided to partner with a major treasury risk management provider and thirdparty SWIFT service bureau to deliver its solution. The team now process over 1,000 bank statements and monitor exposure against 500+ limits each day.

  • Tay Jingmin, Serene Tan Yung Wee and Robert Kelly, Zoetis and Mark Foo, J.P. Morgan

    Zoetis, Winner, Best SWIFT Solution

    Following its separation from Pfizer and IPO in February 2013, Zoetis undertook an initiative to improve its treasury and cash management systems significantly, including consolidation of its banking partners globally. It worked on this solution with a single partner bank, and, as a participating member of SCORE, leveraged SWIFTNet and ISO 20022 XML version 3 standards now using pain.001/002 and camt.053/054 formats.