Articles tagged with:
banking

  • Row of light bulbs with only one lit up

    This is how you should rationalise your bank accounts

    Adam Smith Award winner World Vision International outlines how it streamlined its banking operations and the benefits this created for the company.

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    APIs: the real game changer

    Over the past few years, APIs have received greater attention in financial services. Treasury Today Asia explores the benefits of APIs and discusses how this technology is set to impact treasury.

  • Small jar full of coins, saving money concept

    Good cash management = less banking

    The most effective route to efficient cash management is to minimise banking – balances at banks and flows through banks – because such third-party interactions inevitably increase both risks and costs.

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    Open banking will change everything…eventually

    New regulation in Europe and the UK has the potential to transform the face of financial services. Treasury Today finds out what the future might look like under PSD2 and open banking and what it all means for treasurers.

  • Working together and thinking differently: charting a course for treasury management in Asia Pacific

    Over the past decade, treasury management in Asia Pacific has undergone an evolution as the role has become more strategic and more closely aligned with the business. With a variety of forces creating a host of new opportunities and challenges for treasury teams we wanted to discover what the future will look like. To do this, Treasury Today Group brought together six of the region’s most senior corporate treasurers and transaction bankers to discuss the big trends in corporate treasury at the 2017 Talking Treasury Forum in Singapore.

  • Bank account rationalisation

    This issue’s question

    “How should treasurers go about rationalising their bank accounts?”

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    Why PSD2 will be good for banks (and corporates)

    With the go-live date for PSD2 nearly upon us, we hear from one bank why the regulation will be hugely positive for the industry.

  • Raof Latiff, Head of Digital, Institutional Banking Group at DBS

    Solving business problems with customer journeys

    Singapore-based financial services group, DBS, continues on its journey as one of the world’s leading digital banks. Treasury Today Asia speaks to Raof Latiff, Head of Digital, Institutional Banking Group at DBS to find out what the bank has been doing to achieve its digital aspirations and the benefits this work is bringing to customers.

  • Mark Troutman, DBS’ new Group Head of Sales for Global Transaction Services

    Treasury in 2018: the catalyst for change

    In his many years working in transaction services, Mark Troutman, DBS’ new Group Head of Sales for Global Transaction Services, has yet to encounter such a great opportunity for treasury departments to drive efficiency and support the business, as exists today. This is largely due to the wave of digitisation sweeping over financial services. In this exclusive interview, Troutman discusses what treasury teams should be looking for and explains how DBS is delivering cutting-edge innovation.

  • Sven Lindemann, Hanse Orga

    Technology is transforming the corporate payments space, creating numerous opportunities for treasury teams to drive efficiency in this area. In this article, Sven Lindemann, CEO, Hanse Orga highlights the current trends in payments and how Hanse Orga is helping its clients become best in class.