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  • Terry Dennis, EMEA Cash Management Sales Head, Corporate and Public Sector, Treasury and Trade Solutions at Citi

    Automating treasury: taking a fresh look

    In every industry, technology is making possible things that once seemed impossible. Terry Dennis, EMEA Cash Management Sales Head, Corporate and Public Sector, Treasury and Trade Solutions at Citi, explores how new technology is accelerating change and creating new opportunities within corporate treasury.

  • Red dart hit the bullseye on dartboard

    SWIFT gpi hits the mark

    SWIFT gpi payments account for nearly 10% of SWIFT’s cross-border payments traffic a year after launch.

  • Compass on beach rocks in the sun

    A quick journey around SWIFT

    Few in treasury have not heard of SWIFT. It’s a complex beast that some say is run by banks for banks. We go back to basics, picking out the key elements and trying to unravel the mysteries of this global infrastructure.

  • Digital globe symbolising virtual data

    SWIFT gpi receives corporate seal of approval

    Corporate treasurers are beginning to endorse SWIFT’s gpi initiative. Treasury Today talks to François Masquelier, Head of Corporate Finance, Treasury and Enterprise Risk Management at the RTL Group to hear why he is supporting gpi.

  • Person launching paper plane into the sky

    SWIFT’s gpi goes live

    With SWIFT’s global payments innovation (gpi) initiative officially launched last week, Treasury Today finds out what it means for corporate treasurers.

  • Hacker hacking payment system on computer

    SWIFT responds to hacks with new customer security programme

    In an effort to restore confidence after a number of fraudulent payment cases, the international financial network SWIFT last week announced a belated package of new security measures. We take a look at the key points.

  • Road in Shanghai

    CIPS and SWIFT – the payments partnership

    In March, SWIFT announced that it had signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the China Cross-border Interbank Payment System (CIPS) Co. to develop the payments infrastructure by connecting it to the global financial community. Here are the recently firmed up details behind the agreement.

  • Trade ship leaving the docks at dusk

    Europe’s banks get behind the BPO

    The Bank Payment Obligation has been touted for years as a solution to transform the exchange of trade documents between corporates and banks. Will 2016 be the year it finally begins to live up to the hype?

  • Old wooden abacus

    Is your messaging up to MyStandard?

    SWIFT message standards may sometimes feel anything but standard. When setting up with a new bank, trying to work out what is required can be a real treasury pain-point. The MyStandards Readiness Portal is aimed at easing the on-boarding process.

  • Bank agnostic models

    This month’s question

    “The bank agnostic model is becoming ever more popular among large Western corporates – but how easily can this be achieved in Asia? Also, what technologies or developments in the region should corporate treasurers be looking out for as a means to foster a bank agnostic operating environment?”