Articles tagged with:
RFP

  • Lighthouse at dusk with searchlight beaming

    In a decent proposal…

    When the time is right to introduce or replace a key part of your treasury technology or to establish a major new banking or service relationship, the selection process can be demanding. Treasury Today considers a key part of any major project: the Request for Proposal.

  • Baby wooden blocks on a window ledge

    How to ace an RFP

    Whether you’re looking for new services and banking partners or updating current systems, a Request for Proposal (RFP) is a core stage in any tendering process. In this article, we look at the building blocks behind drafting, issuing and analysing a best-in-class RFP.

  • Paper business men shaking hands

    How to issue the perfect RFP

    A request for proposal (RFP) is at the heart of any tendering process for the treasury department. And while many treasurers may be familiar with the RFP process, fundamental mistakes can still be made. In this article, experienced international treasurer, Trevor Horan, explains his process behind creating a best-in-class RFP.

  • Selecting a payroll service provider

    This month’s question

    “What are the main considerations when preparing a request for proposal (RFP) to select a payroll service provider?”

  • Commercial card programmes

    This month’s question

    “What are the challenges to rolling out a commercial card programme in Asia?”

  • Lionel Taylor, Head of Trade Product, Lloyds Bank

    Supply chain finance – modern, simple, effective

    Supply chain finance (SCF) may have been available for many years, but there is no shying away from the fact that it has never quite taken the starring role in the pantheon of banking products. It may lack glamour but, for those that know, it is a simple and effective working capital solution that functions in the background helping both corporate buyers and their supply chain. Lionel Taylor, Head of Trade Products at Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking, gives Treasury Today a guided tour of all that SCF means today – and what it may mean in the future.

  • Creating and issuing a bank RFP

    Replacing or establishing a major treasury relationship is not something to be taken lightly. In this second part of our look at the request for proposal (RFP) process we discuss the finer points of selecting a banking partner.

  • Creating and issuing an RFP

    When the time is right to introduce or replace a key part of your treasury technology, or to establish a major new banking relationship, the selection process can be daunting. Unless you know exactly what is required, issuing a request for proposal (RFP) may provide some valuable direction. What does it involve?

  • Bert Heirbaut, Treasury Manager, InterContinental Hotels Group plc

    Problem Solved: 
    Bert Heirbaut, InterContinental Hotels Group plc

    A cash management solution from Citi enabled InterContinental Hotels Group to implement a cross-border notional pooling structure helping its subsidiaries to maintain optimal levels of working capital.

  • Selecting and implementing a TMS

    In the previous article in this two-part series, we explained how a treasury management system (TMS) can help a treasurer do their job more effectively. Here, we take a look a look at the different types of system on the market and outline the key steps in the TMS selection and implementation process.