With operations in 48 countries across sub-Saharan Africa, the treasury team at MultiChoice are well placed to provide a true assessment of what it is like to do treasury in Africa. Here MultiChoice’s Andrew Mills and Andre Olivier provide an overview of the current trends.
Be the first to comment | March 2018
Overcoming the challenges and reaping the rewards when entering a new territory requires knowledge and planning. EuroFinance’s ‘Effective Finance & Treasury in Africa’ event last week gave some valuable insights. Treasury Today offers a taster.
The Trump government believe its economic policy will result in a growth rate of 3%; economists believe this is more likely to be 2% at best. What then will be the real impact of US fiscal policy and what will this mean for markets?
As China enters a brave new era and looks to gain even greater political and economic prominence around the world, new opportunities and challenges will emerge for organisations doing business in the country. Treasury Today Asia analyses the forces driving the country’s transformation and looks at what this all means for treasury.
With nation states ‘applying 19th century statecraft in a world of 21st century weapons’ it comes as no surprise that geopolitical risk remains the biggest concern for businesses around the world. What are the potential flash points and what might they mean for businesses?
Be the first to comment | January 2018
Deloitte’s quarterly CFO Survey finds that despite the spectre of Brexit looming large, CFOs at some of the largest UK businesses are optimistic about the future.
The turmoiled political and economic landscape came under scrutiny at this year’s IACT event, held once again in Dublin’s Croke Park Stadium. Treasury Today was in attendance.
Be the first to comment | November 2017
Last year, corporate treasurers faced unexpected challenges in the form of Brexit and the outcome of the US elections. But to what extent have geopolitical challenges affected the world of corporate treasury this year – and what are treasurers doing differently as a result?
There are several factors that have led to a sweet spot for financial markets (low inflation, loose monetary policy and the economic recovery) in recent years. However, these factors are now declining in force and will disappear or turn to negative.
I have had the pleasure of chairing and moderating a few conferences recently. This gives me the opportunity to hear lots of insights. Here are some of my favourite ones.