Articles tagged with:
risk management

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    What is your Brexit risk?

    A new tool from Aon Global Risk Consulting lets you find out.

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    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?

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    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?

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    Asia’s 2017 treasury agenda

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

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    Are you prepared for 2017?

    It’s fair to say that 2016 was something of a rollercoaster ride for treasurers around the world. As such, when asked to predict what shape 2017 will take, the word that first springs to mind is ‘uncertainty’.

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    A riskier world

    The risk of major economic shock to the global economy is increasing, so says the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies’ latest Global Risk Index report.

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    Mitigating interest rate risk

    With the US Federal Reserve potentially raising rates again before the end of the year we take a look at the risk this may pose to some companies and how treasury can look to mitigate this risk.

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    Structuring commodities

    History is littered with examples of the transformational power of commodities. The Californian Gold Rush of the 19th century, for example, converted a handful of small frontier settlements on the US West Coast into big cities as hundreds of thousands of people travelled from around the world to make their fortune.

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    Supplier finance meets CSR

    Supply chain finance is already well established as a tool corporate treasurers can use to shore up their supply chains. Now we are seeing some companies using it to drive better social and environmenta; standards amongst their suppliers too.

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    Corporates turn to options strategies for sterling post-Brexit vote

    With sterling volatility intensifying considerably in the aftermath of the UK/EU referendum in June, banks are advising corporates to consider changes to their risk management strategies. FX options might make a lot of sense for firms with sterling exposures.