As a fast-growing company, Malaysia’s Tan Chong Group needed to move away from manual processes and drive more efficiency across its treasury operation.
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The THAI Airways treasury has worked to create a more efficient and streamlined function that is better placed to support the business’ expansion plans.
Is your company thinking about a bond issuance? Here are some steps that can lead to a successful issuance.
From next month, UK businesses will be legally required to report on their payment practices. Treasury Today takes a closer look at what the Duty to Report on Payment Practices and Performance Regulation means for businesses.
Having initially turned down the opportunity to join a corporate treasury department, Marc Vandiepenbeeck, Vice President & Assistant Treasurer at Johnson Controls has gone on to forge an exciting career in the profession. Here he shares some of his thoughts on the evolution of the profession and what more can be done to push it forward.
In light of Basel III, treasurers need to understand how the new regulation may affect their bank deposits and whether alternative investment vehicles might be worthy of investigation.
Across the full gambit of corporate operations, the focus on digital has become ubiquitous. Almost every company, in some shape or form, has a digital strategy and is preparing their business for the future.
In what areas are treasury teams taking centre stage to drive value across organisations, and is treasury getting the support it needs in its evolving role?
South Africa’s political and economic turmoil is creating a host of challenges for corporate treasurers operating in the country. Here Hennie De Klerk, CEO at TreasuryOne explains what is happening.
With high-profile cyber-attacks continuing to make headlines, treasurers cannot afford to ignore the importance of cyber-security. But should this area be viewed as a straightforward necessity, or can it be approached as a business enabler?
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