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    Do you have time for tri-party repos?

    In an environment where banks continue to feel the impact of regulation, collateralised products open up a new world of opportunities for corporate investors. The only trouble is that many corporate treasurers have found that, until now, the road to reach this new world has not been without obstacles along the way.

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    How banks are funded

    In order for treasurers to borrow from banks, banks first have to fund themselves. Balancing the right sources of cash in a tight regulatory environment is no mean feat. Treasury Today learns how it’s done.

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    Supply chain finance heads East

    Supply chain finance has really taken off across the US and Western Europe in recent years. Now it’s beginning to gain traction in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) too. Here, Treasury Today asks what unique SCF challenges this region poses.

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    Dynamic discounting: winning over corporates

    Dynamic discounting is a concept that has the ability to revolutionise how companies finance their supply chain. But what is dynamic discounting and what is driving the solution forward?

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    Transforming the POS experience

    Imagine a time-saving payment technology with 3G/Wifi capabilities that merchants can customise – and even build their own apps for. From making life easier for consumers to helping treasury gain better visibility over cash flow, Commonwealth Bank of Australia’s ‘Albert’ EFTPOS is delivering new levels of service and efficiency.

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    M&A and the law

    As the number and value of M&A deals in and out of Asia rises, so the number of failed deals rises too. A strong legal team is essential to help ensure the success of a sale or purchase. We talk to Norton Rose Fulbright, an international law firm with a strong regional presence.

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    RBS rumours way off the mark

    Press reports elsewhere that ‘RBS executives in Asia plan to encourage non-core transaction banking clients to transition to HSBC as part of its broader exit from the market’ are misleading and make no sense. Treasury Today sets the record straight.

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    Adam Smith Awards 2015: record number of nominations

    The judges for the 2015 Adam Smith Awards, sponsored by Bank of America Merrill Lynch, have been facing their most challenging task yet, with many truly exceptional submissions to choose between. A record 210 nominations from 23 different countries were received.

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    Russia, sanctions and the loan market

    What are the consequences if your Russian lender is targeted by sanctions? Are existing trade finance contracts still valid? A panel at the Loan Market Association’s recent Developing Markets Conference attempted to answer these questions – and a host of others – on the topic of the Russian loan market and the impact of economic sanctions.

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    Moving way beyond the call centre

    There are many reasons why the business process outsourcing industry has grown at a rapid pace over the past decade, in size as well as geographic reach and scope. A new survey looks at the trends.