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    Women in Treasury: the debate moves on

    Women and men must work together to conquer unconscious bias and to drive diversity. This was the clear message from our latest Women in Treasury Forum in London.

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    ECR report: are financial markets entering a new phase?

    After the first week of September stock prices have declined, the yield on 10-year US Treasuries broke out to the upside from a chart-technical perspective and the 10-year Bund yield has turned positive while the dollar appreciated. This could well herald a new financial market phase. Particularly as it is increasingly likely that central banks are coming to the following conclusions:

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    Panda bonds: beyond black and white – part two

    Last week, Treasury Insights looked at the development of the Panda bond. Now we look at what is holding the international community back from issuing Panda bonds and what can be done to change this.

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    Treasurers offered the online shopping experience

    As e-commerce continues to grow in popularity, we take a look at a new solution that promises to bring the same ease and convenience to the purchase of treasury technology.

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    Panda bonds: beyond black and white – part one

    China is home to the world’s third largest bond market, but for international corporations it has traditionally been under utilised as a source of financing, despite its great potential. But this is beginning to change. Here we take a look at the history of the market and its growing appeal to corporate borrowers.

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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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    The problem with POBO

    Few would deny that payment on behalf of structures have delivered many benefits to corporate treasury departments looking to streamline their payments process. However, there are some issues with the solution that are often overlooked. Francisco de Barros, EMEA Regional Treasurer at AbbVie, sits down with Treasury Today to discuss these.

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    Will treasurers abandon prime MMFs after SEC reforms?

    New rules for US MMFs mean there will be some tough decisions ahead for corporate cash investors. But Kyriba’s Bob Stark is convinced that the value proposition of prime MMFs will endure the coming regulatory reform.

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    A new take on corporate lending

    Cbus, the Australian building industry super fund, has announced plans to begin offering finance to corporates. Here, we sit down with Rob Leck, Manager Debt and Quantitative Solutions at Cbus to find out why.

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    Brexit: the Asian impact

    The impact of Brexit has been worldwide. Here we assess the impact on corporates in Asia and what it might mean for their operations as the dust settles.