Publication date: Aug 2020
The Adam Smith Awards enter their teens
Unprecedented times for sure. The successful companies in this year’s thirteenth Adam Smith Awards were announced on 8th June via a live video broadcast. For obvious reasons, the usual celebratory lunches were unable to take place this year, and so instead the videostream also heralded the beginning of the first ever Adam Smith Awards season. The season will consist of the usual case studies, which follow in this 2020 yearbook, illustrating just how corporate treasury has responded to these challenging times, as it always does. Additionally, a brand-new Adam Smith Awards podcast series is already under way, giving listeners the chance to hear about the award-winning solutions from the creators themselves.
Publication date: Jul 2019
Creativity, collaboration and ‘can do’ attitude: hallmarks of this year’s Adam Smith Awards
When it comes to finding ‘the best of the best’, our 12th year of Treasury Today’s Adam Smith Awards has exceeded all expectations. In the spirit of sharing this wealth of experience and knowledge, once again we are delighted to present this Yearbook, which includes case studies on every Overall Winner and Highly Commended Winner solution in each of the 24 categories.
Publication date: Jan 2016
2016 is the ninth anniversary of Treasury Today’s Adam Smith Awards and I am delighted to introduce this Yearbook containing this year’s impressive winning case studies. The programme goes from strength to strength and the judges this year faced yet another challenging task in selecting the winners. We received 219 nominations, slightly more than last year, spanning 19 different countries.
Publication date: Jul 2015
This year marks the eighth anniversary of Treasury Today’s Adam Smith Awards which are now firmly recognised as the industry benchmark for corporate treasury achievement globally. The programme just goes from strength to strength and the judges this year faced their most challenging task yet, with a truly exceptional calibre and range of nominations received: 210 nominations from 23 different countries.