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  • British flag frozen with a question mark drawn into the ice

    Brexit: the known and the unknown

    Even if the more encouraging reports from the past week are borne out, treasurers must still contend with a list of post-Brexit uncertainties.

  • 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.

  • Big wave built up in the sea about to crash down

    PSD2, waves or ripples?

    European banks are pressing ahead with digitisation in the wake of the new payment services directive, but there are various ideas on what shape the bank of the future will take.

  • Ernesto Pittaluga, Citi

    Are you future ready?

    With digitisation and ecommerce having a major impact on companies’ supply chains and relationships – especially in Asia Pacific – businesses are increasingly stepping out of their comfort zones and embracing new business models. Which challenges lie ahead, and what should treasurers be doing to build a roadmap through this changing landscape?

  • Stack of coins in soil with small plant growing out of the top

    Five investment options for your short-term cash

    With the short-term investment landscape in a period of flux, many treasurers are reviewing how they invest their company’s cash. Treasury Today investigates some of the trending options available to corporates.

  • 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.

  • Why should you adhere to the FX Code of Conduct?

    Prior to the financial crisis, conduct was not generally considered to be critically important. Regulators largely supported a ‘light touch’ approach resulting in widespread lapses in judgement and ethics and a series of scandals. The FX Code of Conduct, based on principles, not detailed rules, sets out to permanently raise FX conduct standards, so why should you sign up?

  • Business person looking at charts and rates on smart table

    Bigger than Brexit? The fallout from Libor’s demise

    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.

  • Woman using spreadsheets on laptop

    Don’t let spreadsheets kill your business

    Spreadsheets are the lifeblood of most financial professionals. But if you don’t know how well they are being controlled, they could be killing your business.

  • Traffic light trails on windy mountain roads leading towards the sea and sunset

    Belt and Road: opportunity or threat?

    As ambitious projects go, China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) takes some beating. With all the grand plans to establish the infrastructure capable of connecting great swathes of Asia and Europe, it needs businesses to get involved. What does it take for a treasurer to ensure their organisation’s engagement with BRI is successful?