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  • Industrial robot arm working in store room

    Productivity up, job losses down

    No, not the latest hyped economic outlook but a new report that says more companies are using robotic process automation for mundane tasks, freeing up staff to take on more value-adding and productive roles.

  • Full bodied apple looking into the mirror, seeing an eaten apple

    The reimagining of treasury in Africa

    The perception has been that treasury in Africa is uniformly simplistic, inefficient and decentralised. Today, this is far from the case.

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    Payroll in the ‘gig economy’

    The growth of the gig economy in recent years has not only changed employment practices, it has made payroll processes a lot more complex.

  • Group of business people on their technology

    A public convenience

    If you want to continue doing business with a European public body, you’d better get ready for e-invoicing now.

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    Treasury then and now

    The below article is derived from our inaugural Treasury Talks podcast. In the first episode of the Treasury Talks podcast, created in partnership with the Singapore Association of Corporate Treasurers, we hear from some of the country’s leading treasury professionals. They talk about the treasurer’s changing role and highlight the skills you need to be a successful treasurer today.

  • Woman using self-service technology screen

    Why should treasury be interested in self-service banking?

    Banks are increasingly turning their attention to the opportunities and benefits of a self-service model, from a reduction in paper to greater transparency and enhanced decision making.

  • Human hand shaking a robotic hand

    Self-service banking

    Banks are increasingly offering consumers ways to carry out banking activities without the need for human interaction. In the world of corporate banking, development may be less advanced – but banks across the region are increasingly turning their attention to the opportunities and benefits of a self-service model, from a reduction in paper to greater transparency and enhanced decision making.

  • Eddie Mak, Group Treasurer, Kerry Logistics

    Corporate View: 
    Eddie Mak, Kerry Logistics

    Since entering the corporate treasury profession five years ago, Eddie Mak, Group Treasurer at Kerry Logistics, has been on a mission to ensure treasury provides value within his organisation. The key to this mission has been making sure that treasury is not seen as the ‘bad guy’ by the business units.

  • Business leader concept with person rising up to the job

    Treasurers take note, this is what it takes to become a finance leader

    A new report by Oxford Economics and SAP highlights six traits that separate finance leaders from the rest.

  • Ants building a bridge

    Building a bridge to the blockchain

    Citi and NASDAQ work together to build a solution that sees the existing world meet the new. We speak to Morgan McKenney, Head of Core Cash Management, Asia Pacific, Treasury and Trade Solutions at Citi to find out more.