• Open sign hanging on shelves of products to buy

    Jury out on merits of supply chain financing for small firms

    Supply chain finance is useful in many ways but is it the solution to the problem of slow payments to smaller suppliers that causes thousands of UK businesses to fold every year?

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    New treasury technology spurs global finance leaders to rethink future skillset

    As treasury technology or “TreasuryTech” continues to evolve rapidly, finance leaders globally are looking to address a skills shortage that could hamper their efforts to leverage it to the maximum.

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    Where the real value lies

    What does ‘value’ in business really mean? Treasurer, Ben Walters, examines this notion and offers a new real-world approach for financial practitioners.

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    What’s happening with LIBOR?

    Since it was announced in 2017 that there would be a revision or replacement of LIBOR, a lot of water has flowed under the bridge. Treasury Today talks to Loan Market Association Chief Executive, Clare Dawson, about what happens next and what treasurers can do to ease the transition.

  • Suzanne Perry, Assistant Group Treasurer, RELX Group

    60 Second Interview: Suzanne Perry, Assistant Group Treasurer, RELX Group

    For Suzanne Perry, Assistant Group Treasurer at RELX Group, continuous learning and tackling new tasks is the order of the day. This appetite for progress has seen her play an increasingly important role in the global structure of RELX Group.

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    Making working capital work

    Treasurers are increasingly playing a more central role within the organisation when it comes to optimising working capital. Where are the opportunities for treasurers to drive improvements in this area – and which challenges are likely to arise along the way?

  • All good things must come to an end...and be replaced by something better!

    As the global leader of treasury information for corporates, Treasury Today Group is delighted to announce that our updated website will launch very soon.

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    Customers happy to sign over access to their financial data to big tech firms

    If banks think they have the monopoly on customer trust when it comes to handling financial data, this survey suggests they could soon face a serious challenge.

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    Outlook bright for virtual cards as demand soars

    Demand for commercial cards globally is growing but one segment, virtual cards, is experiencing especially strong growth, with the corporate market attracted by the visibility they offer and ease with which they enable reconciliation.

  • Programmer analysing algorithm data

    The Algorithm Economist: bringing ‘the dismal science’ up to date

    If money makes the world go round, then algorithms are its driving force. Black box style coding has propelled investment decisions, most notably in the Big Bucks world of high frequency trading, for decades. In the 1980s, ‘programme trading’ was common between the S&P 500 equity and futures markets.