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Bank of America Merrill Lynch

  • Voice of Corporate Treasury in association with Bank of America Merrill Lynch

    Be part of the global conversation

    Our Voice of Corporate Treasury Global Study 2017, in association with Bank of America Merrill Lynch, opened on 1st February. Many corporates around the world have already participated and we encourage you to join them.

  • Etihad Airways, Winner Treasury Today’s Top Treasury Team, Best Financing Solution and Best Cash Management Solution

    Rising to the challenge

    Some of corporate treasury’s biggest innovators were honoured at the 9th annual Treasury Today Adam Smith Awards in London last week. We spoke to a selection of the winning treasurers who, in the face of an ever more complex set of challenges, have showcased remarkable creativity and hard work in developing new groundbreaking solutions.

  • Ather Williams, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

    There’s nothing Mickey Mouse about BofAML’s new GTS Head

    Forgive the headline but we were amused to learn that the new Head of Global Transaction Services at Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofAML) was at one time a Strategic Planner for Walt Disney. We caught up with Ather Williams when he was in London the other week.

  • Professional woman running

    The journey back to work

    Following an extended period away from professional life, the return to work may feel quite daunting. How can people best prepare to get back on the career ladder and what can companies do to help?

  • Executive View: 
    Greg Kavanaugh, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

    Greg Kavanaugh talks about the impact of Basel III on banks and corporates, the challenges of investing in a low-yield environment, and the changing nature of the bank-client relationship.

  • Executive View: 
    Juan Pablo Cuevas, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

    Juan Pablo Cuevas, Head of Global Transaction Services, Latin America and the Caribbean, at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, explains why many Latin American countries have outperformed developed economies in recent years, the importance of trade to the region, and the challenges that remain before Latin America can realise its full potential.

  • Jennifer Boussuge, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

    Women in Treasury: 
    Jennifer Boussuge, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

    ‘Be competent but be caring’, is the mantra of Jennifer Boussuge, Head of Global Transaction Services for EMEA, Bank of America Merrill Lynch. In this interview, she explains what women bring to treasury and how regulation is driving collaboration.

  • In-house banks

    This month’s question

    “What benefits – both financial and non-financial – can establishing an in-house bank offer to the treasury function? Also, what advice can readers share on best practice for setting up an in-house bank?”

  • Woman using mobile phone to make a payment

    Payments on the move

    As mobile payment solutions become a more accepted payment medium for consumers, they could also ultimately have a significant impact on the work of corporate treasuries. But what are the risks with mobile payment applications? And are corporate treasurers ready to approve large payments using their mobile devices?

  • Industrialising payment processing

    Increasing numbers of corporates are setting up payments factories as a way of replacing labour-intensive, repetitive payments processes with more capital-intensive, centralised ones. And with greater connectivity to SWIFT and the implementation of SEPA, this trend towards the ‘industrialisation’ of payments processes looks set to continue.