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  • Lightning illuminating the sky

    KYC is negatively impacting banking relationships

    As KYC requirements become increasingly onerous, what role can technology play in enabling treasurers to overcome the challenges?

  • Chinese coins trapped in ice

    Is your cash still trapped?

    Capital controls are a function of both political and economic policy over which corporates have little or no say. The growth agendas of certain countries within Asia have loosened these controls to an extent, but recent slowdowns have seen the rules revisited. So, is your cash still trapped?

  • 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.

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    LEI: more than a number

    Incoming MiFID II derivative rules will force widespread adoption of Legal Entity Identifier Numbers. Here is what you need to know.

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    Corporate treasurers respond to the changing investment landscape

    J.P. Morgan Asset Management’s latest PeerView survey finds that treasury professionals around the world are taking proactive steps to overcome short-term investment challenges.

  • Paper EU flag next to sand timer

    Europe decides on money market reform

    The Council of the European Union confirms the rules governing Europe’s US$1trn money market.

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    EMIR relief for corporates

    The European Commission proposes new measures that may alleviate the EMIR reporting burden on businesses.

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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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    Reviewing short-term investments

    Currently in the process of being implemented, Basel III has considerable implications for banks – and, by extension, for their corporate customers. In light of the changes, treasurers need to have a clear understanding of how the new regulation may affect their bank deposits, and whether alternative investment vehicles might be worthy of investigation. As such, treasurers should assess whether any changes are needed to their short-term investment instruments and policies.

  • Neill Penney, Managing Director, Trading, Thomson Reuters

    Are you ready for the new FX landscape?

    Following a number of recent scandals, the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) has outlined its new global code of conduct for foreign exchange with an aim to bring confidence and transparency back to the foreign exchange markets. The move will of course mean changes to the FX industry that will have an acute impact on how banks and corporate treasury departments interact.