Articles tagged with:
cash management

  • Mix of paint brushes on top of pallette

    Cash management tools compared – Part two

    Last week we analysed a number of the cash management tools available to corporates. This week we look at another suite of tools and our treasury expert David Blair, Managing Director at Acarate outlines how these can be used to meet different cash management objectives.

  • Treasury in Latin America

    This month’s question

    “What’s new in the Latin American treasury space? Are there any cash management or payment innovations treasurers should be aware of, for instance?”

  • Hands together holding lots of coins

    Show me the money

    In recent years, survey after survey has shown ‘improvements to cash visibility’ to be near the top of the corporate treasurer’s wish list. Achieving that desired level of visibility, however, seems always just out of reach. Why are companies still finding it tricky to get proper visibility over their cash? Is technology always the answer or should treasurers be thinking about more fundamental changes? In this article, industry experts give us their take on this perennially thorny issue.

  • Bunch of nuts, bolts and tools

    Cash management tools compared: part one

    Over the years, a plethora of tools have been created which allow corporates to effectively and efficiently manage their cash. Yet, with so many now available, the real challenge for corporates is knowing which ones are right for the company and how they all fit together. We talk to David Blair, Managing Director at Acarate who guides us through the various tools.

  • Paperclip stretch into shape of cloud

    Reval reveals INSIDE information

    Reval continues its repackaging exercise with a brand new approach designed to enable banks to offer their clients an easier banking experience. The arrival of Reval INSIDE was announced this week at EuroFinance in Copenhagen.

  • Kingfisher birds diving for fish

    Cash in Asia: king for now

    The vision of a cashless society has existed for decades, yet physical cash remains an integral part of many, if not most, economies in Asia Pacific (APAC). In this article, we explore the benefits a cashless society can bring, the steps being taken towards this, and ask whether a cashless society in APAC will ever be feasible.

  • Child building blocks

    State of independence: bank-agnostic cash pooling

    One of the world’s largest steel and mining firms tells Treasury Today how it has managed to build an in-house cash pooling structure and what it means to be bank-agnostic.

  • Erik Zingmark, Deputy Head of Transaction Products, Nordea

    Bank Interview: 
    Erik Zingmark, Nordea

    He might not have a crystal ball, but Erik Zingmark, Deputy Head of Transaction Products, Nordea is extremely well placed to discuss both current and future trends impacting the treasury profession. In this interview, Zingmark outlines the new strategic imperatives for treasurers, reveals key insights from Nordea’s Treasury 2017 report and addresses the opportunities treasuries have in becoming strategic drivers in digitisation.

  • Beautiful landscape in Japan

    The Japanese payments enigma

    Japan has one of the world’s most advanced payments infrastructures, with digital solutions readily available. Yet cash remains the dominant method of payment in the country. Why is this the case and what is the consequence of this payments paradox for both corporates and the economy as a whole?

  • Straight road heading towards sunset

    Working capital: have you been taking the easy road?

    As the European economy starts to return to growth, the 17th edition of REL’s Working Capital Survey analyses practices of the 1,000 largest publicly trading companies by revenue in Europe. The results show that corporates continue to be divided between making the most of cheap debt and optimising their internal cash generation. Treasury Today talks to Derrick Steiner, Senior Manager, REL Consultancy, on what should be learnt from the study.