Articles tagged with:
banking

  • Business man overlayed with a digital image

    How banks are adapting in an era of disruption

    Might there be a future without banks? Perhaps. But what we do know is that the banks of the future will look and act very differently from how they do today. This article looks at the forces that are transforming banking, what banks are doing in response and what this all means for the corporate treasurer.

  • Long straight road leading towards snowy mountains

    EuroFinance 2017: plotting the course ahead

    Intelligent treasury and dealing with disruption were on the agenda at last week’s EuroFinance International Cash and Treasury Management conference in Barcelona. Here is a snippet of what Treasury Today found out.

  • Munir Nanji, Citi

    In the right place at the right time

    When Citi appointed Munir Nanji as its Global Subsidiaries Group (GSG) Head for Asia Pacific, it was handing responsibility over to one of its most important client segments, in one of the most important and high growth markets in the world. How has this Treasury Today regular commentator adapted to the pressure? We caught up with him in Singapore.

  • UK bank ring-fencing a fraudster’s charter

    Corporates face a heightened risk of fraud as banks in the UK work to comply with ring-fencing rules.

  • Sebastian Niemeyer, Head of BELLIN GTB Services, BELLIN

    Building a virtual network

    As companies work to grow their businesses, many turn their attention to opportunities overseas. However, international expansion is not without its challenges – particularly where corporate treasury is concerned. While companies need to put appropriate banking structures in place in order to operate in new markets, the company’s existing banks will not necessarily operate in the required countries. Even if current banks do provide coverage, it may be necessary for the company to set up relationships with local banks in order to access key services.

  • Rajesh Mehta, Asia Head of Treasury and Trade Solutions, Citi

    Relentless relevance in a rapidly changing world

    Just under a year into his role as head of Citi’s Asia Pacific Treasury and Trade Solutions franchise, Rajesh Mehta offers his regional insights. He explains how Asia is entering a new growth phase, one that offers a wealth of opportunity for corporates to grow their businesses and revenues.

  • Full bodied apple looking into the mirror, seeing an eaten apple

    The reimagining of treasury in Africa

    The perception has been that treasury in Africa is uniformly simplistic, inefficient and decentralised. Today, this is far from the case.

  • Woman using self-service technology screen

    Why should treasury be interested in self-service banking?

    Banks are increasingly turning their attention to the opportunities and benefits of a self-service model, from a reduction in paper to greater transparency and enhanced decision making.

  • Lightning illuminating the sky

    KYC is negatively impacting banking relationships

    As KYC requirements become increasingly onerous, what role can technology play in enabling treasurers to overcome the challenges?

  • Human hand shaking a robotic hand

    Self-service banking

    Banks are increasingly offering consumers ways to carry out banking activities without the need for human interaction. In the world of corporate banking, development may be less advanced – but banks across the region are increasingly turning their attention to the opportunities and benefits of a self-service model, from a reduction in paper to greater transparency and enhanced decision making.