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  • Stock market trading graph

    Understanding the short-term investment landscape

    Regulatory changes such as Basel III have affected the way that banks view operational and non-operational deposits, while low interest rates and the rise of money market funds are also impacting treasurers’ short-term investment decisions. What are treasurers looking for in the current market – and how important is it to review existing policies?

  • Navigating Asia’s regulatory landscape for efficiency and growth

    Shape the debate

    This is the first in a series of three articles produced by Treasury Today Asia and Citi, giving you the chance to have your say on some of the key issues in corporate treasury today. In this article, Sandip Patil outlines his views on the Asia regulatory landscape. We invite you to answer three polling questions based on your view of the content. We will analyse and publish the results in an upcoming edition of our Treasury Insights newsletter, kickstarting industry debate.

  • Kerrie Mitchener-Nissen, Head of Global Liquidity Product Development, International at J.P. Morgan Asset Management

    It’s time to plan for European money market fund regulations

    With just months to go until the new rules governing the money market fund industry in Europe come into effect, treasurers need to start preparing for the future. Kerrie Mitchener-Nissen, Head of Global Liquidity Product Development, International at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, provides a roadmap for the months ahead.

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    MMF reform: a to-do list

    With Europe’s money market fund reform now under way, fund managers have plenty to do this year as they adjust their offerings in line with the new rules. Meanwhile, treasurers should take the opportunity to review the new fund structures, update their investment policies and check that their cash and treasury management systems are able to cater for the changes.

  • Guiyang, China skyline at Jiaxiu Pavilion on the Nanming River

    China: a delicate balance

    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.

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    Corporate treasury voice to influence development of Libor replacement

    The transition to the UK’s sterling Libor replacement, the Sterling Overnight Index Average, will take corporate treasury views into account. Treasury Today talks to Frances Hinden, Vice President Treasury Operations, Shell International, about her role as co-vice chair of the Bank of England’s working group on sterling risk-free reference rates.

  • Balanced rocks in front of a waterfall

    Euro LVNAV MMFs hang in the balance

    The European Commission’s outlawing of money market funds using ‘share cancellation mechanisms’ puts euro LVNAV funds in doubt.

  • Aidan Shevlin, Managing Director, Head of Asia Pacific Liquidity Fund Management, J.P. Morgan Asset Management

    Raising the standards of Chinese money market funds

    The Chinese Securities Regulatory Commission recently published a set of new rules designed to strengthen the Chinese money fund industry. Its aim is to create a stable foundation for future growth. Aidan Shevlin, Managing Director, Head of Asia Pacific Liquidity Fund Management at J.P. Morgan Asset Management, outlines what this all means for investors.

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    Open banking will change everything…eventually

    New regulation in Europe and the UK has the potential to transform the face of financial services. Treasury Today finds out what the future might look like under PSD2 and open banking and what it all means for treasurers.

  • Person on iPad whilst being virtually protected by data security systems

    Power to the people: the essence of GDPR

    The EU GDPR will come into force immediately on 25th May 2018. Here’s what you need to know.