Every profession faces a certain amount of pressure but what really bothers treasurers right now?
US tax reforms and trade wars have led to a hefty fall in global foreign direct investment flows, posing fresh challenges for corporates as they look to make the most of investment funds.
According to a new survey of CFOs, treasurers need to offer more accurate information and be more in touch with the rest of the business if they are to become more strategic. Harsh criticism, or recognition of the need for more resources?
Even if the more encouraging reports from the past week are borne out, treasurers must still contend with a list of post-Brexit uncertainties.
With the payments revolution continuing to gather momentum it’s not surprising it was one of the big themes at Sibos 2018, with SWIFT’s Global Payment Innovation service dominating discussions across the space.
Blockchain and cyber-security were hot topics at Sibos and a common thread ran between the potential of former and challenge of latter: the exercising of individual responsibility.
The Association for Financial Professionals (AFP) sets out its stall next week in the Windy City, as sessions on emerging technologies at its annual conference aim to bridge the gap between talk and action.
The consequences of a no deal exit from the EU by the UK could throw air travel into chaos. Businesses in particular should plan for the worst and hope for the best.
It’s been a good year for most US corporates, as the economy continues to power ahead and they enjoy the largesse of the president’s corporate tax cuts. But there are red flags on the horizon.
In this occasional series, Treasury Insider, Amit Baraskar, Vice President & Head – Treasury at Thomas Cook (India) offers his view on why mentoring is important in corporate treasury.