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  • The Executive Series Deep Dives: Stephanie Wolf, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

    Stephanie Wolf, Global Head of Financial Institutions & Public Sector Banking for Global Transaction Services, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, takes a close look at how KYC and AML affect corporate treasuries.

  • The Executive Series Deep Dives: Matthew Davies, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

    Matthew Davies, Head of Global Transaction Services EMEA, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, explores the implications of doing business internationally.

  • Business person on phone overlaid with compliance information

    No let up for corporates on the KYC and sanctions front

    Regulators globally have shown financial institutions that violate tough post-crisis compliance rules no mercy and are now, increasingly, showing a determination to also punish corporates that don’t toe the line when it comes to know your customer, anti-money laundering and sanctions.

  • The Executive Series

    Drawing upon its position as a leading global bank, Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BofAML) has a comprehensive and global view of the issues affecting today’s treasurers. In the first part of Treasury Today and Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s Executive Series experts from the bank joined a roundtable discussion hosted by Treasury Today Chair, Richard Parkinson, to provide their insights into a diverse range of topics, from the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) in treasury management systems to the importance of measuring environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors for companies.

  • Timothy Mukopi, Oxfam GB

    Timothy Mukopi, Oxfam GB

    Oxfam GB is a member of Oxfam International, a confederation of 20 organisations working across more than 90 countries. Focused on a number of goals such as saving lives, safeguarding global food supplies and championing equal rights for women, Oxfam raises funds through a mixture of institutional fundraising, public fundraising, interest and investment, trading and other sources. The organisation’s activities range from short-term emergency relief to long-term programme work.

  • Customer survey not good, okay and good faces. Good being selected

    Banks loathe KYC too

    Study finds that senior banking salespeople spend nearly a quarter of their working week onboarding new client organisations.

  • Watchmaker repairing mechanical watch

    Fixing the corporate onboarding process

    Onboarding with a bank is a lengthy and complex process for treasury teams. It is time to fix this.

  • Rana Datta, Head of KYC and Onboarding Sales, Asia Pacific, Thomson Reuters

    Control your own KYC

    The challenges associated with know your customer (KYC) compliance have escalated for corporate treasury teams around the world in recent years. This has made basic tasks such as opening a bank account turn into time consuming and complex activities, eating into the resources of treasury teams and negatively impacting the business.

  • Working together and thinking differently: charting a course for treasury management in Asia Pacific

    Over the past decade, treasury management in Asia Pacific has undergone an evolution as the role has become more strategic and more closely aligned with the business. With a variety of forces creating a host of new opportunities and challenges for treasury teams we wanted to discover what the future will look like. To do this, Treasury Today Group brought together six of the region’s most senior corporate treasurers and transaction bankers to discuss the big trends in corporate treasury at the 2017 Talking Treasury Forum in Singapore.

  • Teamwork between two travelers, helping each other on top of a mountain

    Corporate KYC woes reach new heights

    Know your customer (KYC) compliance challenges have intensified for corporates around the world, the latest Thomson Reuters KYC compliance survey finds.