For Suzanne Perry, Assistant Group Treasurer at RELX Group, continuous learning and tackling new tasks is the order of the day. This appetite for progress has seen her play an increasingly important role in the global structure of RELX Group.
Be the first to comment | January 2019
When it comes to liquidity matters, 2018 has been a year of significant events for treasurers the world over. Treasury Today takes a look at the likely key themes for the coming 12 months in the company of industry experts.
Be the first to comment | December 2018
Whether or not you accept all the issues that it seeks to tackle, finance that is geared to sustainability is beginning to look like a better deal for everyone. It is time you demanded something better.
Latin America may be many things; predictable is not one of them. We ask a regional corporate banking expert to uncover the mysteries of this vast market and shine a light on its future.
The release of PwC’s annual global Working Capital Study reveals the dangers of not optimising working capital, and warns against squeezing suppliers to try to improve it.
Be the first to comment | November 2018
US tax reforms and trade wars have led to a hefty fall in global foreign direct investment flows, posing fresh challenges for corporates as they look to make the most of investment funds.
Fibre cement maker James Hardie is a growth-focused international company which has evolved its funding strategy in recent years. Its Assistant Treasurer, Kevin Daly explains to Treasury Today how the team managed the change and why it was needed.
It’s been a good year for most US corporates, as the economy continues to power ahead and they enjoy the largesse of the president’s corporate tax cuts. But there are red flags on the horizon.
Be the first to comment | October 2018
A credit rating can offer treasurers a means of accessing diversified sources of funding. Given the economic and geopolitical uncertainty that prevails in many parts of the world, perhaps it is time to consider the value of an independent assessment of your organisation’s creditworthiness. Treasury Today takes a back to basics look at what a credit rating really means.
Be the first to comment | September 2018
The future shape of the market without Libor has sowed just as many seeds of uncertainty. A number of alternative benchmark rates are contenders to succeed, but both corporates and banks want greater clarity from the regulator.