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  • The treasury of tomorrow, today

    In a time of great change, corporate treasury professionals in Asia Pacific need not only a bank, but a banking partner. In this article, Citi outlines how it is supporting its clients in new and imaginative ways across cash, liquidity and trade.

  • David Blair, Acarate

    Ripple vs SWIFT: payment (r)evolution

    Cross-border payments are currently slow, expensive and opaque. Ripple offers sub second efficiently priced payments using a variant of blockchain technology. In response, SWIFT has launched GPII, same day credit of funds, up front pricing and payment tracking. This article explores the two solutions, and what they mean for treasurers.

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    Overcoming AR headaches

    In the US, the shift from cheques to electronic payments is complicating life for accounts receivables departments.

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    Businesses call for more security and innovation in payments

    Bottomline Technologies’ latest UK Business Payments Barometer study shows that the need for greater security and innovation will be the key drivers of change over the next 12 months.

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    Corporates focus on the future of payments

    Innovation in the payment landscape was the main focus of a recent report by Nordea. Here are some of the findings.

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    Are you ready to report?

    From next month, UK businesses will be legally required to report on their payment practices. Treasury Today takes a closer look at what the Duty to Report on Payment Practices and Performance Regulation means for businesses.

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    ‘One stop shop’ e-commerce collection solution

    Standard Chartered’s new solution, launched in partnership with Tencent Financial Technology Group, leverages WeChat’s online payment gateway to enable corporates to reach over 800m consumers in China.

  • David Blair, Acarate

    Payments without banks

    The current arrangements for storing and transferring value evolved over centuries under organisational, legal and technical constraints that are now mostly irrelevant. Rather than delegating account holding and payments to banks, central banks should bank us all directly.

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    The payment revolution(s)

    From SEPA to FAST and from gpi to Ripple, innovation in the payments landscape is occurring faster than ever before. Whilst this disruption makes the future of payments somewhat uncertain, ultimately the real winners will be corporates who can look forward to a faster, cheaper and more seamless payments experience. Treasury Today explores some of the latest developments.

  • Mark Evans and Michael Lim, ANZ

    Crossing borders: navigating the new reality of international business

    The seemingly inexorable march of globalisation has redefined how businesses operate, enabling them to reach more customers, improve efficiency and ultimately become more profitable. However, in an increasingly complex world, the benefits that have been delivered by globalisation can no longer be taken for granted.