Since the credit crisis, prudent financial management has led many corporates to accumulate substantial cash reserves. These reserves have usually been placed with banks or in money market funds – but recent developments are leading treasurers to reconsider how to manage their cash.
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With SWIFT’s global payments innovation (gpi) initiative officially launched last week, Treasury Today finds out what it means for corporate treasurers.
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Implementing a supply chain finance programme has enabled Russia’s X5 Retail Group to better support its suppliers and streamline its own internal processes. Here, Tanya Kuznetsova, Head of Banking Products at X5 tells their story.
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Shadow banking, led by corporates, is making an unwelcome resurgence in China.
How can corporate treasury use big data to help the business maintain its competitive edge?
For Cale Bennett, Group Treasurer at Australian gaming giant Tatts Group, treasury is a role that demands creativity and flair if it is to add genuine value to the organisation.
Anyone working in a finance function today irrespective of company size, industry sector, location or structure will be addressing some, if not all, of the above.
The reintroduction of capital controls in China is creating myriad challenges for treasurers who have grown used to freely moving the RMB into and out of the country.
Given that the vast majority of corporate to bank interaction is now conducted through digital channels, it is vital that these provide a good user experience. But do they?
For Janko Hahn, Head of Treasury Operations at Autoneum the last few years have been about driving efficiency and standardisation across the company’s treasury operation. Here he outlines what he has been working on and what is on the agenda for 2017.
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