Articles tagged with:
cash management

  • 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?

  • David Blair, Managing Director, Acarate

    India: payments post crisis

    I recently had the pleasure of working on Indian domestic treasury issues again, after a few years during which I had been more focused on other countries.

  • Mauritus

    Mauritius: aiming high

    Since gaining independence in the 1960s, Mauritius has evolved from a basic agricultural economy into a sophisticated financial centre. Up to now, the country’s growth has been steady but not stellar. So how can the country maximise its potential going forward?

  • Tamer Karabulut, Türk Telekom

    Corporate View: 
    Tamer Karabulut, Türk Telekom

    Tamer Karabulut, Head of Treasury Operations, Türk Telekom, has moved from heavy industry to the high tech world of telecoms via military service and an academic study of law. He is now part-way through a major programme to update, integrate and automate treasury and finance operations.

  • Sunil Veetil, HSBC

    Bank Interview: 
    Sunil Veetil, HSBC

    From the uptake of mobile payments to the challenges of cross-border treasury, Sunil Veetil, Regional Head of Payments and Cash Management, Middle East and North Africa (MENA) at HSBC, shares his insights on key developments in the region.

  • Hugo Parry-Wingfield and Kee Joo Wong, HSBC Global Asset Management

    RMB investments in China

    In this, the first of a five part series, we examine RMB investments in China. What are the available options and how can treasurers benefit from the ongoing liberalisation of the RMB?

  • Chinese tea set

    The future is RMB

    The past 12 months has seen astonishing growth in the volume of renminbi (RMB) payments as corporates look to leverage recent changes in China’s fast-evolving regulatory environment. At a conference in London, representatives from leading financial institutions and banks met to discuss the progress that has been made as well as some of the remaining challenges.

  • City of Kuala Lumper

    Major corporates spearhead MACT relaunch

    MACT is back on the scene in Malaysia, spearheaded by a number of large corporates. Its mission? To help solve pain points for treasury professionals operating in the country and across the region.

  • Pepijn Asselberghs, Brand Loyalty

    Corporate View: 
    Pepijn Asselberghs, Brand Loyalty

    Pepijn Asselberghs’ arrival at Brand Loyalty in 2010 heralded some rapid growth within the company, seeing it expand into new territories and inevitably taking on greater FX risk and cash management complexity.

  • Close up of a dragonfly on a branch

    Life in the balance

    Many of the cash management processes and issues faced by companies operating in the SME/MME sector are the same as for their larger counterparts, but there are differences too. Treasury Today explores the life and times of treasury within a smaller company.