The Council of the European Union confirms the rules governing Europe’s US$1trn money market.
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Last week’s ACT Annual Conference pitched a new look for treasurers. Treasury Today headed up to Manchester to examine the main proposals.
In this interview, Eddie Mak, Group Treasurer at Kerry Logistics talks about why he has decided to follow a career in corporate treasury and the challenges that he has faced in recent years.
In light of the challenges they face in today’s liquidity environment, some treasurers are looking at the benefits of using exchange traded funds (ETFs) as a means of managing their strategic cash, as well as for liquidity and hedging purposes.
Multinational corporations are increasingly looking for senior finance professionals to have international experience on their CV. Is it therefore time to consider a move overseas?
In an effort to simplify, streamline and create a more effective treasury operation in China, global steel wire company Bekaert looked to leverage its shared service centre (SSC) more resourcefully.
A new study by Deloitte highlights that multiple forces are creating a myriad of challenges for multinationals operating across the region.
Banks are increasingly focused on developing new technology, but should they be maximising the technology that they already have to better serve their corporate clients today?
The European Commission proposes new measures that may alleviate the EMIR reporting burden on businesses.
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A year after the UK voted to leave the European Union, what are the implications of Brexit for corporate treasurers, and what steps should they be taking to overcome the various challenges?