Articles tagged with:
regulation

  • Business chart summary and equipment

    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.

  • Various financial charts

    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.

  • Cale Bennett, Group Treasurer, Tatts Group

    60 Second Interview: Cale Bennett, Group Treasurer, Tatts Group

    For Cale Bennett, Group Treasurer at Australian gaming giant Tatts Group, treasury is a role that demands creativity and flair if it is to add genuine value to the organisation.

  • Beautiful curvy roads in the mountains

    The year ahead for Asia

    Last year was characterised by dramatic world events and considerable uncertainty – and these themes could continue to dominate the treasurer’s agenda in 2017. From political events to plugging the trade finance gap, what will treasurers be focusing on in the coming 12 months?

  • Person helping friend up on rock

    Effectively managing compliance challenges

    Compliance has long been an area of concern for corporate treasurers. However, the recent wave of new regulation has made this area more pressing – and challenging – than ever before.

  • Person walking through park in Autumn with the orange leafs and fog

    2017: expecting the unexpected

    Last year was characterised by dramatic world events and considerable uncertainty – and these themes could continue to dominate the treasurer’s agenda in 2017. From political events to cutting edge technology, what will treasurers be focusing on in the coming 12 months?

  • Two business people working together to build up blocks

    Building a best in class liquidity management structure

    Liquidity management is a fundamental concern for treasurers around the world – and putting in place a suitable structure is essential in order to achieve the required level of visibility and control over cash. The effectiveness of such structures can be affected by everything from M&A activity to regulatory change. Treasurers should regularly review the structures they have in place to ensure the company’s needs are met – but what does a best in class liquidity structure look like, and how can treasurers achieve this?

  • Woman rock climber looking at her next challenge

    Overcoming compliance challenges

    Compliance has become a greater challenge for corporate treasurers in recent years. Treasurers are currently facing a wide range of new and evolving requirements, although the specific challenges will be different for every company. How can treasurers best overcome these issues – and what role is technology playing in supporting compliance activities?

  • Future written on road

    Asia’s 2017 treasury agenda

    Trade, technology, regulation and relationships all look set to be high on the corporate treasurers’ agenda in 2017.