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    Effectively managing compliance challenges

    Compliance has long been an area of concern for corporate treasurers. However, the recent wave of new regulation has made this area more pressing – and challenging – than ever before.

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    Asia’s 2017 treasury agenda

    Trade, technology, regulation and relationships all look set to be high on the corporate treasurers’ agenda in 2017.

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    Are you prepared for 2017?

    It’s fair to say that 2016 was something of a rollercoaster ride for treasurers around the world. As such, when asked to predict what shape 2017 will take, the word that first springs to mind is ‘uncertainty’.

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    A riskier world

    The risk of major economic shock to the global economy is increasing, so says the Cambridge Centre for Risk Studies’ latest Global Risk Index report.

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    Ten steps to TMS success

    Treasury management systems, despite the clear benefits they bring, are not found in all treasury departments. But for those looking to move away from spreadsheets, here are ten steps to success.

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    India’s currency reform: digested

    What’s been happening in India recently? The demonetisation move which most people will have heard about is an effort to limit black market activities. The move was initially greeted with enthusiasm by many at the end of their tether regarding the country’s corruption and counterfeiting. The government, led by Modi, has passed legislation which has seen two high-value bank notes removed from circulation. As the third largest economy in Asia, India has subsequently been thrown into a certain degree of chaos both within the country and across the region.

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    Asking the right questions

    As corporate treasurers move up the career ladder they will likely become increasingly involved in the hiring process and be called upon to conduct job interviews with prospective candidates. However, conducting a thorough and extensive job interview requires a specialist skillset. Here, we talk to a recruitment expert who shares his advice on how corporate treasurers can ensure they get the most out of this process and make the right hire.

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    The bank branch reimagined

    Innovative solution reduces the need for treasurers in emerging markets to visit their local bank branch.

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    Mitigating interest rate risk

    With the US Federal Reserve potentially raising rates again before the end of the year we take a look at the risk this may pose to some companies and how treasury can look to mitigate this risk.

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    TTP Trumped: Digested and destroyed?

    Over the latter course of 2015 and during 2016, talk of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) as the largest and most important free trade deal of the year has been everywhere. The proposed trade arrangement would encompass 40% of the world’s economy and remove approximately 98% of tariffs in a bloc that makes up a third of the world’s trade. Hailed as a pioneering development in trade arrangements it had grown to include the US, Australia, Brunei, Chile, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Canada, Peru, Singapore, Vietnam and Japan, with the potential for others to join.